Overall winner in KS2 was Joshua with his exceptional audio-visual spy thriller / car chase and electric guitar playing.
Overall winners in KS1 / Y3 were Lilli and Rebecca with their Kung Fu dance routine.
All contestants provided amazing entertainment. Come to the Village Show this Saturday at 1.30 to see their acts!
View the online gallery for more photos.
As requested by some parents at the recent multiplication and division workshop, a comprehensive list of mathematical vocabulary is now available (below PDF). These words can be used to support children's learning at home and to help them understand mathematical words which mean the same thing.
The entries were absolutely extraordinary – so imaginative, funny, clever.
All entries have been photographed and you can see them in the Picture Gallery on this website.
You will not believe your eyes!
The winners were announced in Brilliant Book Assembly on Friday 14th June.
Thank you to all the children who entered for providing real quality entertainment!
The NFER Parents’ Survey was completed by 87 parents.
The analysis has been circulated to staff, governors and parents.
The governors and Senior Management Team have studied all responses and identified any trends or areas for improvement.
The results are being used to review and revise our School Development Plan.
Reception had a brilliant Superhero Day just before half term. They all came in fantastic costumes and had so much fun throughout the day. The children did lots of activities, where they created their own superhero belts or bracelets, made their own superhero cupcake, did some beautiful art work and designed their own superhero. The highlight of the day must have been where a 'mysterious man' came into the classroom and tried to steal something very precious. With the help of the chidlren's superpowers we managed to go after him, hunt him down very quickly and returned what was ours. Well done all of you fantastic Reception superheroes. View more super pictures in our online gallery.
Lords -the home of cricket and, recently, the host of Chance to Shine, a cricketing charity which aims to keep cricket alive in schools as well as bring children together through cricket... which is exactly what it did.
Great Missenden was one of 8 schools that were chosen to bring 10 randomly selected Year 6 children to Lords, along with 2 very obliging teachers: Mr. Carter and Mr. Sperring. They had the opportunity to do the following:
Play an informal tournament, go on a tour around the grounds (even inside the media centre), meet the whole England women’s team and, finally, meet the batting legend Graham Swann and 6.7ft tall pace bowler Steven Finn!