Entries by Louise Coll

Bildeston Primary School News (Autumn 2021)

During our KS2 drama lesson this week we were recreating the emotions showed by the characters Oliver and the Artful Dodger from Oliver Twist. We worked in small groups and one of the group chose the emotion, such as: sad, shy, terrified, happy, humorous, or bored and then one of the group performed the emotion. Winners […]

Bildeston Primary May Update

Kestrel Wow Day Children in Kestrel and Owl class enjoyed a ‘WOW day’ based around British Monarchs. Dressed in costume for the day, they also enjoyed a round robin of activities including a quiz about the history of British monarchs, creating a menu for a royal banquet and painted portraits of British monarchs. They are […]

Bildeston Primary Update

We are looking forward to an exciting summer term ahead. We hope that with the Covid restrictions starting to ease, we can start to introduce more events and activities throughout the term. All of our children will take the opportunity to make good use of our outdoor environment, hopefully with some much warmer weather! The […]

School Updates

We are thrilled to announce that Bildeston Primary School have been awarded the Artsmark Gold. The Arts Council state that our commitment to the Arts is commendable and staff and pupils are very proud to receive this! Romans Kingfisher class has been working hard continuing with learning about the Romans.​ They were set the challenge […]

October School News

Our Grand Opening Our newly refurbished school was officially opened on 9 October by staff, pupils, governors and contractors who were joined by James Cartlidge MP. We also had press coverage of the opening and so we appeared in the East Anglian Daily Times last week as they were keen to see and hear about […]

Bildeston Primary School News

The last few months have been a very unusual time, and many of us have had to adapt and learn new skills, from zooming at school to teaching at home.  I would like to thank our dedicated staff at school for maintaining in-school provision as well as guiding the learning of pupils.  Many of our […]