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Below are just some of the events enjoyed by the children at Rayne Primary and Nursery school

World Book Day

Here at Rayne Primary & Nursery School, we had a wonderful two days celebrating World Book Day.  The whole school spent the Thursday dressed as their favourite characters. 

The children had a wonderful time on the Library Book Bus and enjoyed being able to choose books to read for pleasure. 

Our Second hand book sale was also enjoyed by many children. 

Each class has completed a writing task and artwork based on a book linked to PSHE.  Children have watched videos, listened to story retellings and wrtten letters and postcards to characters. 

£528.19 was raised through dress up donations, book sale and sponsored read.  

Fire, Fire!

In December, Y2 performed the play Fire, Fire!

The children manged to learn their lines and add expression to their voices. All children enjoyed learning the songs and the actions to go with the songs. Their performance was a lovely way to bring our unit of work on The Great Fire of London to an end.

Sport's Day

Sports Day was very well attended. It was lovely to be able to welcome parents back to enjoy a picnic lunch with their families. The children showed great sportsmanship and resilience.

New Football Kit

Football kit

On behalf of Rayne School Football teams (boys and girls), we would like to say a massive thank you to the Rayne PSA and Pickton Sign Services for the sponsorship and funding for our new football kit

Sporting events



In December the children enjoyed a very interactive (and loud!) performance of 'It's a Boy'.  The Pantomime was about the first Christmas and as Mary, Joseph and the donkey went on their journey the children joined in with songs, illusions and comical moments.  The children were very excited and would like to say a huge thank you to the PSA for paying for the event.

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Reading Cafe

We had a staggering number of parents attend the reading cafés in Autumn term and the children enjoyed sharing books with them. Thank you for your positive feedback. 


Wellbeing week 

KS1 -  created emotion faces, wrote about wellbeing and created dream catchers

KS2 - Wrote diary entries about best day ever, wrote a story about an adventure with an imaginative friend, created pictures what makes them happen, zones of regulations, favourite memories and designed their own islands based on the film Inside Out.  

Nursery - discussed what Wellbeing means. They talked about coming into nursery positive instead of negative as it makes you and your friends happy.

We talked about things we can do to make us feel good and discussed the importance of sharing.

We listened to the story Rainbow Fish where the fish shared with his friends.  We joined in with Cosmic Yoga to make us feel good.

We decorated our fish with the colour that we are feeling that day and explained why.  Lastly, we decorated some yummy biscuits that made us feel happy.



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