April 2, 2020


I have been sent this to share with you by several excited teachers including Miss Worthington and Miss Newbold.

The site includes a wordsearch, a chance to listen to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone...

April 2, 2020

I love opening the school email each morning to see what you have all been up to.

This morning, it was Jack and Harry's proud, smiling faces that awaited.

Well done, boys.

I bet nobody at Fitzwilliam is surprised to see wrestling featuring in your fun!

April 1, 2020

Alfie has been busy writing an acrostic poem and creating cute pics.

Well done, Alfie.

March 31, 2020

Hello, Fitzwilliam.

Look who was in the school inbox today.

Remember that we are adding weekly reading exercises to the website but I do not expect you to be trying to be "at school" while at home.

A little reading, maths and writing each day will keep your skills honed.


March 30, 2020

Most of our KS2 children are aware of Mrs Fenton's rather embarrassing arachnophobia but the striking peacock spider might just be the one spider to change her mind.

Read the article via the link at the bottom of this post to see why.

The video within it shows their mati...

March 30, 2020

What lovely treats Mrs Fenton found on the school email this morning!

Have a look at what we have been up to.... baking, bug hunts, rainbows and giraffes live on This Morning to name but a few.

Stay safe, Fitzwilliam, and remember that you are not expected to run a schoo...

March 27, 2020

Theo is out with him Mum on their daily exercise.

They have collected stones to decorate once they are back home.

What a great idea! You could try this too.

You could decorate your stones with rainbows to spread some cheer or perhaps even an animal from the the zoo if yo...

March 26, 2020

Our day was brightened by the arrival of these photographs via our school email.

While Fitzwilliam is closed, one family has designed their own school shirt and logo.

How cute! Those  rainbows are lovely and are adorning homes where Mrs Fenton lives too.

Is your home...

March 26, 2020

Last week, Y3/4 classes put some "teeth"  in drinks to see what impact they have on our teeth. 

We don't actually have spare teeth in the Science cupboard so we used eggs instead of teeth in our experiments because they are similar in composition to teeth....

March 16, 2020

From FS2 to Year 6, the children worked together and managed 11,000 steps: the equivalent to 3750 vertical metres.

The height climbed is equivalent to Mount Teide in Tenerife and Mount Andromeda in Canada.

Here are a few of the children in action.

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