Journey to Bethlehem
As a school we worked together to create an Advent Calendar display telling the Christmas story.
A Little Bird Told Me
The children at Ravensmere put on a brilliant production of 'A Little Bird Told Me'. They did a brilliant job of learning their lines and singing the songs beautifully. Well done everyone!
Firework Share - November 2018
The children had a fantastic morning making a range of firework crafts. They enjoyed Catherine Wheel making, cookie decorating, making sparklers, building rockets and writing firework poems. Thank you so much to everyone who came along to join in with the fun!
Trip to Clinks Farm - 10th October 2018
The whole school enjoyed a brilliant day out at the farm. The children experienced feeding the animals, picking apples and even got to sit in the tractor. This trip enabled the children to experience first hand how their food is grown and the process that it goes through before it appears on their plate.
Sports Day - June 2018
The children at Ravensmere took part in their Sports Day on Thursday 28th June. They competed in team and individual races.
A big thank you to all the parents who were able to come and support their children.
Also a big thank you to the Friends of Ravensmere Infant School for supplying ice -cream at the end of the day.
More Chicks - May 2018
At the end of May we were lucky enough to have more chicks in school! The children really enjoyed watching the chicks hatch and grow while they were here!
Medieval Banquet - March 2018
On Friday 16th March we celebrated the end of Maths week with a Medieval Banquet.
The shields were symmetrical and the place mats were based on regular patterns.
All the children also contributed to making the cakes and learnt how to weigh and add up the ingredients.
We had a fantastic afternoon and everyone had a great time!
Year 1 and 2 Reading Drama Group - March 2018
The group had to read the story of Goldilocks and The Three Bears and then act it out, each taking a different part.
I think you will agree that they all took their roles seriously.
The end result was performed to their classmates.
Living Eggs - March 2018
The Friends of Ravensmere have very kindly covered the cost of having chicks at school.
This invaluable experience enables the children to see first-hand part of the lifecycle of an animal and how a chick grows and develops during its first two weeks.
The children have all been writing Chick Diaries to keep a record of what's been happening.
Alien Reveal - February 2018
The children at Ravensmere received a letter from “Nasa” informing them that it was safe to open the spaceship that had recently crash landed in the playground.
They were so excited to open the spaceship and discover what was inside.
Children’s Mental Health Week February 2018
The Albert Pye School and Ravensmere Infant School
During Children’s Mental Health Week which ran from Monday 5th February till Friday 9t February, we had one of the most memorable weeks within our schools.
Our nurture leads, Mrs Chambers and Mrs Remblance ran wellbeing workshops through out the week at both schools. These included fun soft play, friendship bingo, speed friendship, emoji corners and timed obstacle challenges. The children's enthusiasm, co-operation and all round enjoyment was there to be seen by all. Their wellbeing's were truly being looked after during these different exciting sessions.
Every break time a wellbeing café was run for each year group. At the Albert Pye thje Health Club provided healthy snacks for the children and the staff, and at Ravensmere the children were able to enjoy delicious smoothies. All the monies raised has been donated to the Children’s Mental Health Charity.
On the Friday as our big finale we held a special event at the Albert Pye. Our fit and enthusiastic Mr Stevens volunteered to row at least 40,000 metres in the school day. Bungay Gym kindly donated a high tech rowing machine for the task.
We invited parents along in the morning and after school to help increase the amount of metres achieved. The Beccles Fireman even showed up in their fire engine to put in a few metres! The school teachers also took turns during the day and brought their classes along to give them encouragement and support. The children and staff’s wellbeing was truly at an all time high as we reached 71,000 metres at the end of play on Friday. We were even lucky enough to have a huge happy Barney Bee with us throughout the day, keeping the atmosphere alive and buzzing, he even joined in the last wellbeing session with Nursery on the soft play!
It was a very busy week and the children and parents managed to raise over £300 for charity and we thank them for their kind generosity and thank you to everyone involved.
We are looking forward to next year already!