A woodland classroom offering school children the chance to learn about wildlife first-hand has opened at a nature park created by volunteers. Find out more about this by looking at the article on the Diss Mecury website below: https://www.dissmercury.co.uk/news/new-woodland-classroom-at-scole-pocket-park-1-6140040?fbclid=IwAR2igXQSF8k-mfe9X7JFTFRq6V2RjlLtqABWM0c0dADLZ925B9pgMa_Mwto
Celebrating our PE successes this term and looking forward to the term ahead. After another very successful year of PE at Scole we are very much looking forward to another academic year of challenges and exciting learning. This will continue to be helped by the Sports Premium funding we have received again this year to […]
Summer Term 2018 In Class 1 we will begin the summer term learning about bat and balls skills before we move onto Run, Jump, Throw as we work on our basic physical literacy skills linked to athletics. We will use a variety of equipment, hurdles, spots, quoits, hoops and ropes throughout the summer term and look forward to […]
In early January we welcomed Sam and Jaz from Capoeira Communities for a whole school Capoeira Day. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music. It was developed in Brazil mainly by Angolans, at the beginning of the 16th century. It is known for its quick and complex maneuvers, […]
On Tuesday 26th June the whole school took part in Leap for the Library day to raise funds towards our new library project. Children were sponsored for how many bounces they could do on the bouncy castles in a minute and we have raised around £1500! Thank you to the Friends for arranging this event […]
We are very pleased to tell you that we were successful with our Tesco Bags of Help Grants Programe and have secured £4000 towards our Library Project. A huge thank you to everyone who kept voting for us and the Friends who instigated the application on our behalf. We are currently speaking with the Norfolk […]
On Wednesday 28th March we are supporting Brain Tumour Research by holding a Wear a Hat day. Children are invited to wear non-uniform and a hat of their choosing for a £1 donation to this worthy cause. Please see the posters up around the school for further information.