Congratulations to two of our pupils who very kindly decided to raise money for charity. Between themselves they decided to sale drinks and snacks at the end of their road, they then endeavored to find/make as much as they could and set there stall up. They successfully raised £50 for Cancer. A massive congratulations and […]
Pete the Poet Pete used puppets and drama to raise children’s knowledge and thinking on cultural global issues. As always the children learnt so much while having great fun!
The April family Service was where the children said goodbye to Mr Stone. It was a lovely service and the children did the school proud. they were full of confidence as they told their bible stories. They made excellent use of the micro phone. The recorders led and played the children in song confidently.
Our Year 4 were so excited to leave this morning. Armed with kit bags, wet weather gear and sun cream they happily waved goodbye. The whole school were there to wave them off to a fabulous few days at Mill On the Brue.
Our digital leaders have been extremely busy, and taken their leadership skills to another school this week! They had the opportunity to teach the year 1 children at Vallis School. They taught the children how to use Bee-bots (robot bees) as well as how to code using Scratch Jnr. The children led the lessons from […]
Badgers have currently been working on a project with a group of year 8 girls from Selwood, that involves exploring literacy through drama. The children were acting out scenes from ‘The Green Children of Woolpit’. They were exploring the green children’s thoughts and feelings throughout. The 8 girls were with us for the day and […]
E-Safety Workshop Wednesday 31.01.2018 E-Safety Day February 2018 Thank you for attending, this was a successful training session and the e-safety committee were so confident and excellent at promoting e-safety. Feedback from the workshop was that it was packed full of really useful information. Thank you to our Governors for being available to help […]
The children are really enjoying their Thursday morning Library session. They are eager to talk to you about their borrowed book!
The children enjoyed making some of the buildings that got destroyed during the Great Fire of London. We now have a fantastic display of them all in Rabbits Class. Their knowledge was really impressive. Well done Rabbits and Squirrels! We hope you enjoy our pictures.
Miss Pickford and Mrs Hardwick with the Berkley Children attending the switching of the Christmas Lights and the Lantern Possession.
Miss Pickford has been busy working with all the children on the new school magazine. School Magazine Autumn 2017 What fantastic reporters the children made! Our magazine is packed full of interesting facts and information from the children. Take a look!
Mrs Hardwick is running an Art Club with KS1. See what the children have been up to.
Apple Trips Our Year 4, Year 3 and Year 2 children have all been lucky enough to work with the Apple Store on learning new skills on the IPad. Here our some of the Photos from Owls class.
What a lovely Harvest Festival. Thank you for coming! And a big thank you to all the children. They did a fantastic job making work to decorate the church. The singing was wonderful and they decorated the church beautifully. The food bank have also passed on their thanks for all your lovely donations. We also […]
Key stage 1 visited the Guild Hall in Bath as part of the Bath Children’s Festival. Mr Bloom read and acted out his stories with the children. The audience participation was fabulous! What are children liked: “I liked getting on the stage because I was scared but I carried on.” Alex “I liked it when […]
What a super start! We are really enjoying seeing your happy faces around school.
The children led the service on new beginnings and told the congregation about how God created the world
All the Berkley Staff attending First Aid Training
The Year 4 children held their Leavers service on the last day. They shared their memories of school and sang their favourite songs. They were all fabulous! The service held a mixture of emotions, sadness at leaving happiness in their memories and excitement for their next chapter. We wish them well in their future education.
The whole school visited Chew Valley lake to carry out a nature walk. The Lake is well known for its nature and its birds, including internationally important numbers of wildfowl. The children enjoyed walking around the lake investigating and were excited to complete all the tasks that were set. KS 1 and KS 2 were set separate […]