During yesterday’s Easter Technology day, we trialed the paper planes, which we had made for our STEM Learning Log. We are pleased to announce the following winners of each house team along with the distances their planes travelled: Wordsworth: Maysa (flight distance = 8.75m) Rossetti: Emily (flight distance = 9.17m) Keats: Jacob (flight distance = 6.79m) Tennyson: Nathan Read More
Please find attached our whole school STEM learning log launched in today’s science assembly. Please bring in your planes on 28.3.18 for flight trials during Easter Technology Day. whole school learning log_Paper Planes 22.3.18 PDF
Due to the weather, school will be closed today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and will keep you updated.
The children were fantastic and all ran very well. The Year3/4 A team came first out of the 13 schools and the B team a close 4th. Overall with our points added together from the Year3/4 and 5/6 races,John Clare School came a fantastic SECOND place out of 13 schools!
Torpel and Broadwheel’s hard work has definitely paid off! After working hard to organise a variety of stalls and make products to sell, we are pleased to announce that we have made over £300 profit, which we will be donating to the charities: WWF and The Friends of John Clare School. The children had lots Read More
Set: Friday 3rd November 2017 Due: Thursday 16th November 2017 CHRISTMAS ADVENT CALENDAR! It is that time of the year again! Very soon we will begin the countdown to Christmas with our whole school advent calendar in the hall and we need your pictures! Please decorate the A4 piece of paper given with your own Read More
It was great seeing so many parents and carers last week at our Parent/Teacher consultation meetings. If you have not already returned your child’s Pupil Progress form, with your comments, we would be grateful if these could be returned ASAP. Your child’s class teacher will then update and return a copy to you.
Years 4, 5, and 6 had a wonderful time at the author event, held at Peterborough Library, to promote Harry Hill’s new book, Matt Milz!