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National Panathlon Swimming championships



At the farm the children harvested squashes and pumpkins. We all had a competition to find the biggest! 

Clinks Care Farm has a huge selection of Pumpkins and squashes ready for the Halloween season. 

Please go and support the farm over  half term. 




School Dance Festival


Well done to all the children who took part in the School Dance festival show at the Marina Theatre Lowestoft on the 22nd June.


The children's performances were amazing and they worked really hard during practice sessions to perform at the show.






This week at the farm we had to pick all the seeded crops and feed them to the animals.

It was a wet and muddy day but we all had a great time. We even got to meet the chickens.







Irrigation is the agricultural process of applying controlled amounts of water to assist in the production of crops & to grow landscape plants & lawns.


We learnt about the process & the machine. When it came on the children had a lovely time getting wet. We also met some piglets.



Baby Lambs 


Last week at Clinks Farm we met baby lambs. The lambs we got to hold & cuddle were just one week old.

The children got to see the vets get ready to deliver a baby lamb but we missed it by 5 minutes.

We met all the animals & learnt how to care for them and how to feed them.







Congratulations to the Y6 Orienteering teams who took part in the North Suffolk competition. Albert Pye finished 4th, 10th, 13th out of 26 teams. Everyone enjoyed both the physical and mental challenges that orienteering brought. 





Year 5 and 6 Swim Team 


Congratulations to the Y5/6 Swimming team who won the North Suffolk championship.  Thank you to Panathlon who sponsored the event and supplied our wining team with sports towels and the trophy.


Y3 Skittleball 


Well done to the Y3 skittleball teams who took apart in a competition at Worlingham primary. Both teams shown fantastic teamwork and communication.



Highway Code


Today the JRSOs put up their fantastic display in the Beccles Community Hub window, to raise public awareness of some new Highway Code rules. 






Last week at the farm we got to feed the baby piglets. They were very lively. We also had another Farm Olympic Games, Pick the vegetable celeriac and a throwing race to fill up the trailer on the tractor.





Thank you 


The children look fantastic today whilst supporting an extremely worthwhile cause. A huge thank you to all those who donated and helped us raise over £500!






Congratulations to the Y4 children who took part in the Uni-hoc event.


All games where friendly and points were awarded for passing and team play.


Cross Country 


On Friday, the children travelled to St Felix School for a cross country competition. They all ran exceptionally well and showed a fantastic spirit around the courses to ensure they finished in the highest position possible. They definitely earned their hot dog at the end!





Panathlon Bowling 


Congratulations to the Panathlon team who finished 2nd in the ALT ten pin bowling competition.





Clinks Farm 


What a beautiful day to go to the farm!


Today at the farm the children had to help Farmer Doeke feed the animals.


The children also had to work as a team to move some heavy equipment around the farm and move the Christmas trees that the goats had finished eating. 





Clinks Farm


Farm Olympics Game today was a race between the blue team and orange team who can pick the most swede out of the ground into the coloured baskets. I am glad to say both teams worked very hard and it was a draw.

Congratulations to Leighton who picked the biggest swede.







Space Competition 


Very proud at Albert Pye today of all our fantastic entries in the space competition to celebrate the upcoming launch of the James Webb Telescope. An amazing variety of projects produced across the school! 








Reading Challenge 


This summer we are asking as many children as possible to complete the summer reading challenge. We will send home a copy of the challenge as well as putting a copy on the school website which can be downloaded if needed.


Beccles Library are also running a Wild World heroes challenge as part of 'The Big Catch Up'. Pop into the library to sign-up and receive your starter pack.


Best wishes and happy reading.



Euro 2020 MFL Challenges for KS2 


Well done to all pupils in 4G and Y6 who completed the work on countries, cities, flags & languages in school.


Congratulations to Emily who was first to complete the booklet at home. Bravo!


Look out for a World Cup languages challenge next year!


Full Bloom


Our Nurture Garden is in full bloom now. The children have been busy picking our beans, mangetout, peas, strawberries and spring onions. Some of the children sampled the fruit and veg and were pleased that their hard work was so tasty!







Home Cooking 


Josh from our wellbeing group took the spring onions he picked from the Nurture Garden home and made a delicious meal for his family. Great job Josh!



Nurture Garden


Our nurture garden is looking amazing with the flowers in bloom and the vegetables growing. We have harvested our first crop of spring onions and we are hoping that some delicious strawberries will be ready to be picked soon.





Help to Grow 


Our Help to Grow groups have been busy the last 3 weeks. Planting Onions, Beans, sunflowers, potatoes, tomatoes & cucumber.They built a greenhouse and also planted trees from Trinity Farm. #wellschools #wellbeing




ALT North Suffolk Hub Photography Competition 


We have announced the winners of the ALT North Suffolk Hub Photography Competition in partnership with The Ogden trust today. The winners were Sam from Year 2 at Ravensmere and Toby from Year 3 at Albert Pye. Well done!




Health Assembly

Balance relay

Skipping challenge

What's for lunch

Snow Day Fun

Albert Pye Hobbies

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Noughts and Crosses

Children's mental health week

Assault course

High jump

KS1 alphabet shaped children

KS1 enjoyed making the alphabet using their bodies.

Lockdown Superstars