All Saints CEVA
Primary School & Nursery


Yr 5/6 CB Coffee Morning

As part of our flourish lessons thinking about our community year 5/6 CB decided to have a coffee morning for their families and friends they have worked with this term. It was lovely to welcome parents, grandparents, cousins, the Open the Book team and Mr Green, Fakenham Academy Headteacher to our morning. Everyone chatted and got to know each other even better.

Thank you for the kind donation of cakes, they were really well received and thank you to everyone who came. The children really enjoyed meeting you all.

Year 4 History and Geography

Year 4 worked really hard this afternoon to produce a double page spread about Egypt. We have learnt about Egypt in our History and Geography lessons over this last term.  They have included lots of facts and thought about their presentation. Great work Year 4!

Easter Service

This morning we held our whole school and nursery Easter service at All Saints Church in Stibbard. It was a very special service led by Rev Sally and the year 5 and 6 children. We sang together, heard the stories connected with Holy Week and were led in prayer by the older children. 

Thank you so much for making sure your children brought in posies to be placed on the Easter cross outside the church, they look stunning. We had so many we ended up placing them in the entrance to the church too. 

A special Thank you to the church wardens, Marian and Susan for making us welcome in the church. 

I am sure there will be more photos of the flowers added for you to see. You are also able to see them at the church, I’m sure your children would love to show you.

Year 4 R.E Day

Year 4 worked with Year 3 for our R.E day this term. Our main question, was ‘Why do Christians call the day Jesus died good?’ We started the day with writing a diary from Mary’s point of view about Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey, then being crucified and then after three days being alive again. We also learnt about how Jewish people celebrate Passover and we tried some of the foods from the Sedar Meal. We learnt that Christians do not celebrate Passover as Jesus has died so Christians have a special meal of bread and wine. In the afternoon, we made three different craft items to remember Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. 

It was a great day and we learnt a lot!

Y2 Maasai Tribal Necklaces, Plants and Cricket

The last two weeks have been busy in Year 2 and the children have been taking parts in lots of hands on learning. They practised their batting and catching skills in cricket with a coach from the Norfolk Cricket Association. The kids absolutely loved being outside and all worked really hard. In Science, we are nearing the end of our Plants unit and the children planted sunflower seeds and Gladioli (or Gladiators-their nickname for them) in clear plastic cups so they will be able to see the roots and shoot forming from the bulb.  In Geography, we learned about life in the Maasai Tribe based in Kenya and made our own tribal necklaces and watched a traditional tribal jumping dance.

Cricket Day

Our class took part in a cricket engagement day. We got to take part in a game of cricket playing with an oversized ball to help practise our batting skills. One half of the class got to practise their fielding skills. It was a lot of fun!

Playground Games

Year 4 had a great time learning some playground games with Mr Massey today. With the help of our playground leaders, we are going to play these games at break times and lunchtimes.

Year 4 World Book Day

We had a great time yesterday for World Book Day and dressed up as an adjective. We also decorated a potato as a book character. We love to read books in Year Four. 

World Book Day

Year 2 had an amazing day celebrating books. We read books, talked about books, guessed which adjectives everyone in our class was dressed up as, decorated potatoes with Year 5/6 CB and then designed book covers. 

It was such a fun day.

World Book Day’s Dress Up A Potato

Today, Stibbard was overrun with some amazing adjective costumes to celebrate World Book Day. One of the activities on offer was to decorate a potato.  Year 2 and Year 5/6 CB worked together to create fun designs and did a fantastic job. We all had lots of book fun and learned lots of new adjectives.