Brington Church of England

Primary School

As we learn in the bible... Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
(Thessalonians 5:11)

Last week of term

What a busy last week of term we had!

Indian Day - Badgers enjoyed a very interesting Tuesday at Buckden School learning about Verona in India.  The day included Indian dance, an Indian lunch, water carrying and lots of other interesting activities.  It also gave our Year 6 pupils, both those moving on to Hinchingbrooke and those moving on to Kimbolton, an opportunity to meet pupils from Buckden who would also be transferring to these schools in September.

Hinchingbrooke Maths Challenge - On Wednesday morning, Mrs Johnson and four of our pupils travelled to Hinchingbrooke to take part in a Maths Challenge.  They thoroughly enjoyed themselves and Mrs Johnson says they were a credit to our school.  Well done girls!

Tag Rugby - Wednesday also saw our Tag Rugby team taking part in the Tag Rugby Festival.  They competed against four other teams - and came first!  Their sportsmanship was superb and Toby proved an excellent captain.  Well done to you all.

'Easter' day - On Thursday, all of our pupils were organised into their house groups to participate in 'Easter' day.  The day started with collective worship led by Rev. Brenda and then the children participated in four different activities; one for each of the special days in Holy Week, before finishing with an assembly at the end of the day.

The Big Thank you - On Friday afternoon, we held a Big Thank You tea party, as part of the Diocese of Ely initiative and our Lent Challenge.  The tea party was organised by some of our Year 6 pupils, to say thank to those people in our school community who go the extra mile.  This was followed by a Celebration Assembly where they were all presented with a certificate.