Educate and Celebrate Launch Day

A big thank you to everybody who helped to make our Educate and Celebrate Launch day a success. From the enthusiasm of the children and their bright rainbow colours to the commitment of the staff and the support of four trainee teachers from the University of Chichester.

Have a look at the photos from a memorable day:

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Wear a Rainbow Day

Don’t forget to wear a Rainbow on Wednesday this week.

It is a non-school uniform day tomorrow to raise the children’s awareness of the launch of our ‘Educate and Celebrate’ initiative. We look forward to seeing all of the children dressed in multi-colours wearing their rainbows.


Maths Morning Poster Competition Winner


Congratulations to Fayruz (1S) on this amazing poster to advertise our upcoming Parents and Carers Maths Morning on Tuesday 1st December.  The children were asked to design a poster to advertise the event and encourage their parents and carers to come into the school, to work with them in class in a maths lesson.  Fayruz’s poster is not only bright and colourful, but also clearly provides all the information you need to remind you of this exciting event.

Look out for this poster around the school, and come and join us in discovering maths in the classroom, at 9am on Tuesday 1st December.

Attendance continues to rise

Attendance at The Flying Bull Academy last week was excellent for the second week running. Last week we achieved an impressive 96.3% and 97.3% the week before that! The class with the winning attendance last week was 1S with 100%, well done.

Lets keep it up.


Respect Week – Anti Bullying Week

This week is National Anti-Bullying Week – at The Flying Bull Academy we are choosing to call our week; Respect Week. Children will be spending some of their curriculum time this week considering the themes of showing respect for each other and focusing on respect for each other preventing bullying. We will be sharing examples of the work that the children produce throughout the week. Please ask your children what they have learned this week.

The week was begun by a thought provoking assembly from Mrs Darbyshire. In the photo you can see how four of our children took some of the tragic, gruesome world events reported in our newspapers into something positive.


Children in Need

A MASSIVE thank you to all the parents, carers, friends, family, staff and pupils who attended the Flying Bull Children in Need Carnival on Friday afternoon.  Thanks to your efforts we were able to send £965.18 to Children in Need this year.

We hope you enjoyed yourself and will be able to join us again next year.  Have a look at some of the events that took place:

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