The Trussell Trust’s network of foodbanks provides a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK. Thanks to your kind donations we collected 294 food items weighing in at 85KG! Visit the Trussell Trust website for more information about the charity and to find out about the ways you… Continue reading Trussell Trust Donations
This term, to learn about e-safety, each class created a powerpoint presentation and classroom display for a younger year group showing how to stay safe online. We learnt: To always keep personal information private because you never know who might be viewing your details. This means you should never share your full name, address, date of… Continue reading E-safety
On Tuesday 1st May, Andy came into Red Barn to talk to us during assembly about his inspirational marathon story. Andy, who is a Police Officer, had never run a marathon before and trained for a tough eight months. He said it was very hard because he isn’t a runner but signed up to raise… Continue reading Andy’s Inspirational Marathon Story
The UK’s Young Pea Chef of the Year competition is on the hunt for the most inspiring young chefs to create a delicious dish using Britain’s favourite family vegetable – the pea! The winner of each category will receive a personalised cooking hamper and a £500 donation from The Ocado Foundation to fund ‘Grow-Your-Own’ projects for… Continue reading Young Pea Chef of the Year 2018
We hope you all enjoyed the Easter activities and delicious cakes from the cake sale. Altogether we raised £460.33. Many thanks for your continued support and we hope you have have an ‘Eggs’cellent Easter! If you are interested in becoming a FORB member or just helping out at one of our events please contact the school office or speak with… Continue reading FORB Easter Events
Thank you for all your contributions for Red Barn’s Danceathon for the NSPCC. The children danced to a chosen song every hour in their own classes and with your help raised £1,489.50 for the charity. Jennie from NSPCC led an assembly on Tuesday to thank everyone for their efforts and generosity.
As I slowly stepped into the room the damage filled my brain with horror. I wish I never went in. Shocked, I peered through the ransacked room. On the table was a skull. Thick, dark liquid flowed from its base. I saw a large sinister diagram with a figure that looked exactly like me. The… Continue reading Spooky Scientist by Charlie