Our Head Boy and Head Girl attended Stevenage Schools’ Parliament so they could share their ideas about how to make our town a more environmentally friendly place to live. Thank you Samantha and Aston.
The year 6 boys played their first ever futsal tournament today. They played outstandingly well and won every group game. They won the final convincingly too!
Many thanks to those new supporters who have signed up to send a little our way. It adds nothing to your bill but the companies you shop with give us some fabulous donations…
London’s burning! London’s burning! Year 2 had an immersive, smoke-filled day exploring a London Street during the Great Fire of London. Between forming a bucket chain and making poultices they looked at a range of historic sources
School council asked and you requested PJs. Here are some photos from the comfiest school day of the year in aid of Children In Need
If you go down to the woods today… you’ll find our Eco Council having some fun
Lest we forget
Check out our new library books. Many thanks to The Abilities In Me Foundation.
Another week of excellent team work and fair play from our sports teams
We were exceedingly lucky to have a visit from Gemma, the author of the amazing Abilities in Me book series, today. Alongside her husband Max, she explained the good work that her charity does and how we can help all people feel included.
Today, we raised money for The Abilities In Me Foundation buy wearing bright colours or an outfit to showcase our special ability…
These girls are reaching new heights at cheerleading club
Are you ready for these rockstars?
We are taking part in #easyfundraising’s Big September Sign-up giveaway, where we have the chance to win a £500 donation prize! Sign up to support us on easyfundraising and not only will you raise FREE donations for us with your everyday shopping, but it will count as an entry into the giveaway. This prize would make a big impact on our fundraising, so please sign up today
Today we took part in National Fitness Day
Our new banner has arrived…
Congratulations to Aston and Samantha. Everyone from Year 1 to Year 6 got a vote and the staff think they chose very wisely indeed.
TES Awards Primary School of the Year
Today some of our wonderful Year 2 children attended the Inspire and Engage festival at Barnwell. They received the Determination Award for their hard work
The Year 4 Boys Team Won 9-1 Today
Career Day – When I grow up I want to be…
Ready for our Stars to Shine
Christmas Dinner is Ready and Waiting…
Our Christmas Jumper Design Winners
Year 2 Travelled Back in Time to Just Before the Great Fire of London…
Elf Day Design Competition KS2 Winners
The Year 5 Boys Team Won 2-1 Today
What an Elf-tastic Way to Raise Money for the Alzheimers Society
The Rights of a Child Explained
Year 6 Visit Duxford
Wanted! Cheeky Elves! One of this Week’s Golden Time Activities.
Christmas Jumper Intro Assembly
6-0! The Year 4 Boys Football Team Enjoyed their First Match
Our Rights Respecting Reps In One of their Meetings
Year 3 Learning Braille…
Year 4, 5 and 6 Just Talk Week displays
Action Shots from Williams’ Wednesday Workout
Year 3 and 4 Golden Time Spotty Biscuit Decorating
Year 5 and 6 Golden Time Pudsey Painting
Year 3 and 4 Golden Time Pudsey Necklaces
Amazon’s Spotty Hop-a-Thon
We are Spotacular!
Caspian Anti-Bullying Week Poetry
Nile Anti-Bullying Week Compliment Fortune Tellers
For all of their service and sacrifice…
Pupil voice teams tree planting
Our dodgeball team enjoyed taking part in their competition
Art and craft club’s poppy pictures
Girl’s football training in the MUGA
Year 3’s trip to Paradise Wildlife Park
Year 5 hockey in the MUGA
Our new MUGA
Year 3 eyeball and spoon race
Year 4’s spider-y baking! Yum!
Rocking out on our multiplication day
Another bountiful harvest heading for the FoodShed
Our book of condolence is open
Our first dreamcatcher assembly
The pupil votes were counted and verified: presenting our new head boy and head girl
2021-22 academic year
Silver for Our Year 4 Rounders Team
A Very Royal Photo Opportunity
Getting Ready for the Jubilee
Going Green for Children’s Mental Health Week
Golden Time in Year 4
A Fab Ending to Maths Week…
Just a Little Bit of Drama
Another Victory for Our Year 5 Footballers
Growing Sunflowers with Gardening Club
Year 2 At the Teach Active Literacy Festival
Stem Club Take on Tower Building
Sunshine Yellow was Out in Force Today to Show Our Support for Refugees Around the World
Red Nose Day in PJs at Peartree
Multi Skills Club
Year 5’s Pop-tastic Art
Another Week Brings a New Task
Speed Stacking Club
Return of the clubs…
Year 6 Sports Hall Athletics Competition
The staff couldn’t let the children have all the fun
Look at these magnificent World Book Day costumes
Pyjamas have been chosen…
Year 4 Football Victory
Our brand new year 4 team were victorious in their first match. They took on the Leys and won 4-1. Lenny and Finlay scored two goals each. Harrison was voted Player of the Match.
Savannah Class + Violins = Amazing Music
Engineering in Year 3…
Science Week Pupil Voice Survey
Science Week was Out of this World…
Our Home Grown Sporting Heroes…
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas….
The cheeky angels in Year 2 nearly missed a very special occasion!
Year 1 were superstars in their nativity performance
Christmas Jumper Design Winners
As part of our work to inspire our children to develop their burgeoning talents, we once again ran our annual design competition. The entries were first class and the winning designs were turned into the ‘real’ thing.
Festive Golden Time in Year 4
Year 3 put on a magical performance of Peter Pan
As part of our arts curriculum, the children in year 3 discovered all the hard work that goes into putting together a recorded performance. They acted in front of a green screen and in a variety of environments around the school. They also learned all the words and actions to the songs that were included in their play.
Christmas has arrived at Peartree Spring!
The Peartree Elves – Mischief Warning
Future Violinists in Thames
As part of our wide-ranging music curriculum, Thames class have been having violin lessons with the wonderful Miss Reed. She has been inspiring our future musicians.
Friends of Peartree – Christmas Fayre
Thank you to everyone who came to out fayre this evening and well done to the Friends of Peartree, staff and children for making the event so lovely. Our choir made sure that we all got into the Christmas Spirit!
Elf Day for Alzheimer’s Society
As part of our work to encourage our children to become good citizens, we dusted off our Christmas clothing to raise money for theAlzheimer’s Society.
Creative Card Designs in Thames
Inspirational Visitor: Freya Levy
Today we had a visit from Freya Levy. She is a young lady who has overcome many hurdles and represented Team GB in a range of sports. Her stories of resilience and determination were phenomenal.
It’s toffee apple time again! Using locally sourced apples, year 3 had the best time making them under the closest of adult supervision.
Children In Need
Our Year 5 team showed wonderful team spirit, commitment and sportsmanship in their 3-3 draw last night.
Understanding how history has shaped our current way of life is important to us so we place a special emphasis on key dates in British history.
The Stage is Set…
Our Pupil Leaders will lead our Remembrance Service tomorrow which is being streamed to the adults at home. Our future public speakers will continue to develop their skills by taking on this key responsibility.
New Age Kurling
Have you heard of New Age Kurling? Year 2 have as they got to try it out today. New Age Kurling is similar to bowls, but is traditionally played inside and uses a static target rather than a moving ball. It is an inclusive sport that has been adapted from traditional curling (which is a winter Olympic sport).
Year 4 cooked up a storm in the kitchen and made some delicious pumpkin soup. They used seasonal vegetables and carried out their own research to discover potential ingredients.
Congratulations to our fantastic football team on their 8-1 victory! Well done!
Black History Month
There’s something spooky going on in Year 3!
They have been exploring the skeleton as part of their science work and have ‘made’ some new friends.
Here is the team who entered the Balance Festival on behalf of our school. They took part in a range of activities including the standing long jump, stork stand, chest push, javelin, relay and the obstacle race.
Books! Books! Books!
As Dr Seuss says, ‘The more you that you read, the more that you learn.’ We were extremely fortunate to be awarded a grant which allowed us to buy new books for our school library. We chose a wide selection of books from classic literature to modern, influential authors.
Year 1 Wow Day!
What a wonderful dat Year 1 had all aboard ‘Emma Jane’s Aeroplane’.
Reception made diva lamps as part of their exploration of the festival of Diwali.
Another wonderful harvest display at Peartree Spring. Thanks to our families for their generosity and for Mrs Lansbury for displaying it so beautifully and to Mrs Sinclair for making her special harvest bread. Your donations will be delivered to the Foodshed to help those in our local community.
Year 2 Explorers
World Mental Health Day
Well done to everybody for your great efforts today. It was so lovely to see so many different shades of yellow to show young people that they are not alone with their mental health worries.
Marvellous Maths by the Jellyfish
Walk to School Week
This week we have focussed on thinking about how the way we live now will have an impact on our environment in the future. We were very proud of all the children who shared their active travel with us.
MacMillan Coffee Morning
What a lovely Macmillan coffee morning at Peartree Spring. Thanks to all who attended or donated cakes and special thanks to our Pupil Leader Team for their excellent serving skills.
National Fitness Day
Well done to everybody that took part in National Fitness day. The children had lots of dun exploring a range of different fitness activities. Lets continue to be active!
Autumn is here…
Well done to our new Pupil Leader Team. We are so proud of them all. They have been brave, kind and gracious and a real credit to their families.
Head Boy and Head Girl Candidates
The Head Boy and Head Girl candidates. What great speeches – you should all be so proud. Now let’s get counting the vote!