Mrs Mary King's
Church of England Primary
Our Value of the Month is: Humility
'Opening doors to a world of opportunities'
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Job Opportunity: The Carrdyke Federation wish to appoint a new KS2 teacher from September 2014.
Some of our recent events
January 2014-Staff from Mrs Mary King's met with staff from Walcott and the other schools in the Learning Partnership to evaluate assessment of maths. The staff had chance to work with teachers of the the same year groups to compare books, marking and ways of assessing pupils attainment.
Key Stage 1 Christmas Production of 'Oopsy Daisy Angel'
Class Four Knex challenge. The class were asked to design bridges to carry a 1kg weight and span a 50 cm gap.
Winners of the first Federation Cross Country
September 2014- The launch of our new play equipment. The new trim trail was part funded by the 'Friends of the School'.
Harvest Festival produce.
Summer Music Concert
Each music group performed for the parents
There was woodwind....
There was drumming and percussion....
Metheringham Airfield Evacuees day
Class Three Visited Metheringham Airfield Visitors Centre as part of their topic on World War 2. They dressed up as evacuees and walked the mile from school to the centre.
The evacuees looked very authentic as they walked down the long country track to the centre.
The Class Three Land Girls!
The class sat in an real air raid shelter and listened to a recording of an air raid.
We visited the museum and learnt about how big the air field was and about the 6000 crew who never returned.
Some very scared evacuees waiting for the billeting officer....
Aylmerton Residential Visit
Off to see the seals at Blakeney Point Norfolk
There were plenty of seals sunning themselves.
Landing on Blakeney Point
Walking back to Morston across the mud flats.
We did lots of team building activities. Passing children through the 'spider's web'.
We had an evening of story telling around a camp fire.
On March the 8th Class 4 visited Leicester. They had a guided tour of a Mandir went shopping on the Belgrave Road and had a delicious Indian meal.
The Mandir was amazing. All the carved stone had been brought from India. Deepak the Mandir manager made us welcome and gave us a very interesting guided tour.
Sunita Patel from the 'Indian Experience' was our guide when we went shopping. We learnt about lots of unusual vegetables that Indian people use in their cooking.
Some of the vegetables were really unusual shapes. Ryan is holding a piece of root ginger.
This shop had lots of garlands and statues that Hindu's use in their home shrines.
We had our dinner at Sharmilee Restaurant. We tried lots of different foods, some were quite spicy!