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Women's Cycling Tour 2017
Sports Hall Athletics Year 5 and 6
Year 5 and 6 children proudly represented Ringstead at a Sporthall Athletics competition at Manor Sports College. The children looked fabulous in the new sports kits provided by the RSA and they all gave 100% in the different events. Lots of fun was had by all. Take a look at the pictures (sorry they are blurry but the children were running soooooo fast!) Especially well done to Shania and Charlie who were chose as 'Star of the day'.
There has been lots of learning about the British Value of Democracy today in honour of the General Election, we will shortly host our very own Ringstead Elections for positions on our School Council from September
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The children are really getting involved and taking ownership of this project. Michelle Shaw leads this in school on a Thursday lunchtime.
There will shortly by new applications available for the Autumn Term
Harriet was crowned Rose Queen for 2016 and the 7th of July will see the 2017 celebrations with Harriet handing over her crown to the new queen. We will be celebrating with Morris and Maypole dancing. Let's hope that the weather is kind to us!
The children in Key Stage 2 have taken part in our Ambitions Day today. They met people from a range of career paths who talked to them about their professions. We were lucky to have a pilot, mechanic, nurse, lawyer, journalist and a university student give up their free time to talk to the children.
Children in KS2 were lucky enough to take part in a Ringstead Heritage day. Three children, Izzie, Jayden and Sophie, were invited to share their experiences from the day with local people at a wonderful event held at Woodford Mill. The evening was enjoyed by all and there was lots to learn about the past. Well done to the three children who represented Ringstead school, you were great ambassadors.
Wear it Wild
Thank you for the amazing effort with our Wear it Wild day. Thanks to your generosity we raised a massive £228 for the WWF.
Attendance Tea Party
Those children who achieved 100% attendance were treated to an afternoon of rescued reptiles. The children were able to enjoy the sunshine and refreshments with Mrs Cave and the reptile experience with Miss Bowron and Mr Adams.
If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please contact Mrs Cave, the School Administrator in the first instance, she can be found in the school office from Monday to Friday between 8:45am and 3:30pm or contacted on 01933 622734 or at email@example.com