All Saints CEVA
Primary School & Nursery


Year 5 Bikeability

It is lovely to see so many year 5 children taking the opportunity to improve and refine their biking skills so that they can be safe and understand the dangers of cycling on the road.

On Friday the children undertook their first stage of training, they have to complete this before being allowed to progress further. Their next stage is over two weeks where they will be on the road learning about approaching junctions, coping with real traffic.

End of SATs

We’ve come to the end of the 2024 SATs for Year 6.  The children have tried their very best and we are so proud of how they have behaved and focused during the last four days. It hasn’t all been easy and many questions challenged the children. 

Some of our children have attended twice weekly booster sessions to give them the confidence to answer questions and develop their answering skills, we know it isn’t always great to stay behind at school until 4pm, but they did it. 

After the final test this morning we treated the children to a cookie baking session, hopefully they have returned home with their cookies for their families to try. This afternoon we made 3d shapes from a 2D shapes before enjoying lollies and lots of snacks from the week. 

Well done Year 6, you’ve tried your hardest and that is all we ask from you. 

Back to normal tomorrow, remember to go to your own classroom. 

Yr 5/6 CB Cricket

Today we enjoyed a cricket session with Jim from Great Witchingham Cricket Club. The children enjoyed playing in teams and working together to achieve great skills. 

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.

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.

Yr 5/6 and Yr 2 Potato Head Creations

This afternoon we joined Yr 5/6 CB and Yr 2 together to create potato heads. There was lots of imagination, paint, glue and sticks around the classroom. The children worked really well together. After we had finished we viewed the work created in Yr2.

Year 5/6 CB World Book Day

The children made a great effort at thinking about an adjective to describe who they were today. We had scary, special, black, snappy, lazy, sleepy, sporty, brave, camouflage, cosy and frightening.

Brave Colour

The children have really enjoyed this half terms art project called Brave Colour. They made mood boards using different fabrics and media before starting to create their shoe box art colour rooms.

The finished results of the art project. It was lovely to hear the encouraging comments from everyone to each other about their colour boxes.

KS2 Dodgeball at UEA SportsPark

Children from both 5/6 classes attended the KS2 dodgeball competition at the UEA SportsPark. The children played incredibly well and showed excellent sportsmanship throughout the event. The children won several games and managed to finish 6th overall.