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Highlights

Below are just some of the events enjoyed by the children at Rayne Primary and Nursery school

Stars, Stars and More Stars

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Superstar Readers!!

Congratulations to our school word multi-millionaires!

Benedict T is a word millionaire three times over and Michelle S is two times word millionaire - what stars they are!

Despite achieving their first millionaires stars these two children have continued to reach for the stars and read, read, read! We are all so proud of these amazing achievements, they are a credit to our school and Pine Class. 

Benedict says "Reading is like going into another world where you can do anything, reverse time, visit imaginary places and be anyone in the story." 

Michelle S - "Reading is very fun because different worlds are amazing to be in and the stories whisk you away."

Forest School - Fire-Lighting Session

Maple Class enjoyed a fire-lighting session recently as part of their English instruction writing topic at Forest School.

Science Day

Science Day last week, saw our pupils attend school in all sorts of wonderful costumes including lab coats, protective glasses, lanyards and astronaut costumes.

The children had an action packed day learning about various areas of science, famous scientists and participating in all sorts of experiments including those with eggs and teeth to name but a few.

Here's some pictures of Oak Class from the day:

World Book Day - Adventurous Vocabulary

On Friday 26th March pupils at Rayne Primary and Nursery School enjoyed a day of celebrating books, by dressing up and taking part in various activities surrounding the "Adventurous Vocabulary" theme. Children and staff alike were encouraged to express themselves by representing an interesting word (not a noun) with home-made costumes and props.

We were so impressed with the imaginative ideas conveyed including unconventional, inconspicuous, fluorescent, exhausted, sterile, catastrophe and mythical to name but a few.

All of our children were also tasked with creating a scene/diorama from one of their favourite books. The standard of work and effort that went into the scenes was outstanding and each class bubble was able to visit the diorama exhibition, in the hall, in the afternoon that day.

Here are just a few pictures from the fantastic day!

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