The Foundation/Year One teams started prepping for the brand new Home Reading Book Launch!
Sports Relief took over our Tuesday – Hayley came in to run cricket sessions and fire us up!
Year Two took themselves to Woburn Safari Park and had a brilliant day out!
Year Four performed ‘The Peace Child’ to their families – a superb production!
Mr and Mrs Cooper planted up all our new sleeper beds – brightening up our school entrances!
FOSMS built the excitement for Sunday’s Garage Sale – still some ‘pitches’ left!
Twenty five Mums completed our ‘Mothers’ Meals’ sessions – a final thanks to the office/kitchen for this!
We talked about the ‘little things’ in life – and the reasons that rules/expectations exist!
Our third ‘Stukeley Runs Riot’ for Years 4/5/6 was a huge success – results to come!
Our Football B team finished third in the Crosshall tournament – well done all!
Excitement built for FOSMS Bingo… and the impending massive Squishie sale!
Year Four dress-rehearsed their ‘Peace Child’ production to the school – it opens to families next week!
One hundred and sixty Mums came to eat lunch with their children!
The Stukeley Parliament met to discuss playtimes and to start planning an ‘activities’ video!
An #SM25 planning meet saw more future dates and activites added to the planner!
Our Football A team finished second in the Crosshall tournament – well done all!
Genr8 visited us to share thoughts around the Easter story!
FOSMS held a non-uniform day for chocolatey Easter treats to be brought in for the impending raffle!
Year Six went to the Olympic Gym to get some expert coaching and experience the facilities!
The snow made getting to/from school tricky but gave us some stunning views!
Miss Barry and Mr Singleterry visited a school that took their breaths away with the corridor creativity!
We celebrated World Book Day with a big ‘ole Stukeley Dress Up and Assembly ‘Circuit’!
Teachers swapped classrooms to share stories!
We started the enormous preparation for record numbers of impending Mothers’ Meals!
Foundation Stage and Year One met animals galore to kick off their learning!
We launched this half term’s weird and wonderful Stukeley Record Breaker Challenges!
We welcomed families galore in for Parent Meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday!
The Oak Leaf Book Shop opened its doors and saw a record taking of Stukeley shillings!
The Stukeley Parliament went to plant snowdrops with the Town Council in Town Park!
We launched the Stukeley Six Record Breaker Challenges for this half term!
We covered many important messages throughout our Stukeley Safety Week!
The chickens escaped more than once and provided much lunchtime playground enjoyment!
The Year Ones performed their fabulous ‘Super Humans: People Who Help Us’ production!
We tossed pancakes in our annual Pancake Pandemonium also in Hunts Town Centre!
Staff were treated to doughnuts galore thanks to the Polish ‘Fat Thursday’!
Mid-year reports went out for all children in Years One to Six!
The 1000 Shilling note (worth £10 in the Oak Leaf Book Shop) launched!
All children were given a complimentary #SM25 Shilling Note following the launch of @OakLeafBookShop
Red aluminium frames went into the Outdoor Library – the glass arrives next week!
Artist Mrs McAuley-Eccles came in to work with Foundation Stage!
We raised money for the NSPCC by celebrating ‘Number Day’ with lots of Friday challenges!
Year One dress-rehearsed their ‘People Who Help Us’ production to the whole school!
More Foundation families visited to look at their children’s wonderful Learning Journeys!
The Oak Leaf Book Shop opened its doors for the first time in 2018!
Year Six had their annual ‘Kick Ash’ (No Smoking) sessions with secondary school students!
Selected Year Sixes began Third Space Learning (Online Mentoring) sessions for Maths!
Year Two celebrated ‘Australia Day’ together, as a part of their termly theme!
We welcomed an artist to Stukeley who we hope will work with us on our #SM25 celebration plans!
Miss Naylor gave birth, six weeks early, to River Christopher Savage – both are doing well!
The Stukeley Parliament met to discuss learning behaviour in classes.
Foundation Stage children showed off their fabulous Learning Journeys to families!
Mrs Page led a SATs information session with Year Two families – there is another on Monday evening!
We celebrated ‘Stukeley School Dinner Day’ with a bumper number of kitchen visitors!
Years Three and Four had Bikeability sessions out on the Junior Playground!
The Stukeley Choir sang alongside thousands of others at the Young Voices concert in Birmingham.
Two hundred and eighty (ish) of our children went to see the ‘Wizard of Oz’ panto at Hinchingbrooke!
The remaining children saw a not-so-traditional ‘Punch and Judy’ show back at Stukeley!
Mrs Stephens led a Year One Phonics Check information session for families!
Clubs all started back – with the usual heady mix of activities and challenges!
The Sharing Assembly schedule started back up again – with the infants showing us their ‘theme’ starters!