Friday, 6 November 2015
This year we are again taking part in the Tesco/Flora Tubs 4 tablets promotion. We would like to encourage as many of you as possible to purchase the special tubs which show that the foil cover inside is a promotional one. Just 50 labels will get us a Samsung Galaxy tablet. Pass on the this message and let's see together how many tablets we can reach!
A few reminders of upcoming events:
Tonight (Friday 6th November) the Choral Society will be singing in a Remembrance Concert held at St. Mary's Church Martham alongside the Norfolk Wherry Brass Band. Please come along and show your support for this event, 7.30 - 9.30pm
Children in Need day (Friday 13th November)
As a school the School Council have chosen to have a "Wear your onesie/pj's" day. To take part we ask that children donate £1.00 each. We will also be having a few stalls at lunchtime if the children wish to bring in a small amount of change to take part if they wish to.
We are also hoping to take part in the "World's Largest Language Lesson" an official Guinness World Record attempt! Wish us luck!
Parents Evenings are coming up soon on Monday 23rd and Thursday 26th November. Appointments are 10 minutes each. Please sign up or contact the school to make alternative arrangements. Many thanks.
Tuesday, 21 July 2015
The year 5 & 6 Flegg Cluster outdoor athletics
competition was the final sporting event of the school year and it took place
on Thursday 16th July at North Denes Junior School. With Hemsby, Ormesby and
North Denes also in attendance the children competed 20 individual races: 80m,
100m, 200m and 400m,with the majority of race requiring two boys and two girls.
Alongside the running events were two field events: Long Jump and Vortex Throw,
requiring 1 boy and girl from each year. The culmination of the competition was
a mixture of relay events. With 33 events completed the team achieved seventeen
1st places, ten 2nd places and five 3rd places. The competition was tough,
going down to the final race to determine the overall winners. When the results
were announced, Martham finished in 1st place.
A huge congratulations goes to all the children involved in what has been a fantastic sporting year across all year groups. Many thanks to all the parents and supporters at the event.
1st MARTHAM 128 pts
2nd Ormesby 125 pts
3rd Hemsby 70 pts
4th North Denes 57 pts
On Thursday 9th July a team of 20 children from years 3 & 4 headed to Ormesby Junior School to take part in the Outdoor Athletics Competition. Each child could only compete in one individual race. The events were 70m, 200m and 400m. As usual in an athletic competition a selection of relay races brought the competition to a close. With 26 races completed the team achieved eight 1st places, ten 2nd places and five 3rd places. These fantastic performances resulted in the team finishing in second place to Ormesby Junior School.
Big congratulations to all who took part.
1st Ormesby 104 pts
2nd MARTHAM 97 pts
3rd Hemsby 58 pts
4th North Denes 56 pts
Friday 10th July a squad of 5 boys and 5 girls from Key Stage 1 headed off to
the FDC Bowthorpe, Norwich to take part in the Community Sports Foundation Year
1/2 Canary 4’s football competition. This non - competitive 4 aside competition
consisted of two halves of 6 minutes with the girls playing the first and the
boys playing the second against five schools from all over the county. The boys
were victorious in 3 of their matches, drawing the other 2. All the children
played extremely well, with a specific mention for the girls who played
football matches for the very first. At the end of the day all received a medal
for participating in the competition. Many thanks goes to the parents for their
On Friday 3rd July we held our annual sports day.
Key Stage 2 took place in the morning.There were lots of team races that included creepy crawly, water bomb, slow bike, sack, egg and spoon and hurdles race as well as plenty of individual races: 80m, 100m, 200m, 300m and 400m. Each child competed in a minimum of two events to a high standard, having great fun and showing fantastic sportsmanship. It was a pleasure for us to see the children thoroughly enjoying the morning. The competition was fiercely contested with Oxburgh winning the Sports Day for the second successive year.
The lower school sports day took place in the afternoon. All the children took part in a running race, sack race and an egg and spoon race, once again showing great sportsmanship and skills, with Blickling taking the title.
Many thanks to all the parents/careers and families that supported this day, the turnout was fantastic!