British Science Week 2023
We celebrated Science Week during week commencing 13th March 2023 with a range of “connections” focused activities. Children in Key Stage 1 and 2 streamed Science lessons with ‘Science Farm Live’. KS1 learnt all about fantastic minibeasts and where to find them. KS2 enjoyed learning all about the relationship between farming and climate change including the carbon cycle and how climate change works.
In addition to this, each class became investigators as they took part in a forensic workshop. Children worked together to solve a crime and had to piece together the clues and evidence including fingerprints, impressions, hairs and fibres and DNA.
Bozeat Choir – Big Sing!
The Bozeat School choir had an amazing opportunity to sing at the Derngate Theatre as part of the NMPAT Big Sing ‘School of Rock’ performance on Wednesday 8th March 2023.
The children enjoyed being able to watch the performance whilst also being a part of it themselves. Their hard work and dedication paid off as they got to sing alongside the main characters and witness a live performance from behind the stage!
A BIG thank you to Mrs Griffin for supporting the children and to all the parents who helped with transport. What a great night we had!
World Book Day
During week commencing 27th February 2023 we celebrated World Book Day with various activities. We had ‘West End in Schools’ deliver dance workshops to each class to bring a book to life through dance!
Children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 celebrated by dancing to the story of 'How to Catch a Star'. They really enjoyed zooming through the galaxy! On Thursday the children in Owls and Little Owls made their own stars to display.
Children in Key Stage 2 were inspired to use their imaginations and explored the book Alice in Wonderland in a new and vibrant way. They also produced fantastic written work based on the story.
Bozeat Wins Gold!
We are pleased to announce that we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2021-22 Academic Year, please see our letter below: