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UKS2 Angel Share

UKS2 children made Christmas decorations for the Stowmarket Christmas Tree Festival this afternoon. Our inspiration was taken from one of the paintings which hopefully we will see on our visit to the National Gallery next week.

Remembrance Day 2019

The Bosmere choir attended the Remembrance service on Monday 18th November at the town memorial. Peter Downs of the Royal British Legion invited us to attend, where our remembrance soldiers are on display.

Games with Uvedale Residents

We were invited to join the residents for games and then some drinks and biscuits. The children had a lovely time making some new friends including the resident pet!. Some residents commented on how nice it was to be around children, particularly those whose grandchildren and great grandchildren lived a long way away.

Bosmere Remembers

This November, West Suffolk College joined forces with Bosmere Primary School in a unique collaboration to commemorate Armistice Day. The 20 pupils from Bosmere Primary visited the WSC Milburn Campus in October where they worked with the Carpentry students to construct wooden crosses and kneeling soldiers which they then helped to cut out and paint.

KS1 Banham Zoo Trip

KS1 had their first trip to Banham Zoo! Our topic for the term has been ‘On Safari’. This trip provided children with the opportunity to see all types of animals, we focused on animals that live in Africa. Some of the animals we saw were zebras, giraffes, cheetahs, meerkats, monkeys and penguins.

UKS2 Fieldwork around Needham

UKS2 recently took part in some fieldwork studying our local area and exploring what attracts people to our town. They completed soundscapes, building sketches, area observations of the quality of a specific place and surveys with members of the community.

A bitesize introduction to Bosmere

Bosmere is a vibrant school, run by an enthusiastic and hard working team!

Positive relationships, based on mutual trust, are fostered, always aiming to educate the whole child. A lively, topic-based curriculum provides enriching learning experiences for children across the school. We value our relationship with our community and believe children achieve their best when parents and school work in partnership together.

Our website has been designed to celebrate our school and keep visitors informed about important information related to school life.

Each Phase of the school has its own section and so there you will find out more about specific age groups within the school. There is a fair amount to see here-enjoy the viewing.

We are very proud of our school and are pleased to share with you, among many posts, some magic moments in learning from all phases of the school. For a real flavour of Bosmere, I would direct you to our newsletters page and suggest you browse through Best of Bosmere, our monthly celebratory newsletter.

As I have indicated, we welcome all visitors and so encourage you to make contact with the school, either by telephone or email (see above), to make an appointment. Mrs Hill or Mrs Broadhurst would be happy to help you with any queries in the first instance.We look forward to developing our relationship with you and your child/ren.

Mrs Elizabeth Green – Headteacher.