The Time Capsule Activity
In this whole school project, children created a time capsule for 2122. Each class created their own, deciding what to put in to reflect their daily lives and interests.
We planted a time capsule, in the school grounds, at the end of the day on Friday 11th February, with the whole school in attendance at the end of the day.
History Week commencing 7th February
A week of History celebration and activities concluding with a fabulous theatre production for the whole school on the Friday.
During this week, we promoted history through the week, with as many activities as possible. This then finished with a history day on Friday 11th February.
On this day, we had a history theatre group, The Hobgoblins.
Each year group set aside at least 3 sessions to explore history in an immersive fashion – in addition to their curriculum work.
The children were asked to come in historical costume related to the history period they are studying.
On Thursday 12th of October, thirty-six children travelled to Market Harborough to take part in the cross- country running event. As always, it was a great event with schools from around the area taking part. All of the children demonstrated great enthusiasm and determination run so far as quickly as they could. The pace of the races seemed to have increased, particularly for the older children but it was great to see Fleckney children striving to be the best that they can be. Staff also commented upon how polite the children were and the good manners they used. It was particularly good to see a real team spirit amount our runners They encouraged each other before the races, cheered each other on and ran alongside their team mates as they finished. We are often asked how many children compete in each race. We now have the numbers for this event. Y3 girls: 58, boys: 87, Y4 girls 59, boys 88, Y5 girls 60, boys 76, Y6 girls 50, boys 48. Thank you to Mr O’Connoll, Mrs Pullen and Mrs Hughes for helping at this event. Well done to all who took part. We look forward to seeing you all the next race on February 8th.
Aspiration Active Event
On Monday 27th November, ten Fleckney students from years 5 and 6 travelled to Market Harborough leisure centre to take part in the Aspiration Active programme. The three activities the children participated in were archery, goalball and wheelchair basketball, which was a firm favourite for all. The students showed fantastic teamwork skills throughout the morning, and it was lovely to see them supporting and encouraging each other. The organisers gave Fleckney a special mention for their listening skills and manners, which made us all very proud. Well done!
Christmas Pantomime visit 2023
Girls Football Tournament