Year 2 Sports Festival at Nottingham Trent University

Year 2 Sports Festival at Nottingham Trent University

20 Year 2 children took part in Sports Festival at Nottingham Trent University this week. They had a fantastic time taking part in a range of sporting activities such as relay races and a range of team challenges. They worked excellently as a team as well as showing some great sporting talent! Well done, Year 2!
20 Year 2 children took part in Sports Festival at Nottingham Trent University this week. They had a fantastic time taking part in a range of sporting activities such as relay races and a range of team challenges. They worked excellently as a team as well as showing some great sporting talent! Well done, Year 2!
20 Year 2 children took part in Sports Festival at Nottingham Trent University this week. They had a fantastic time taking part in a range of sporting activities such as relay races and a range of team challenges. They worked excellently as a team as well as showing some great sporting talent! Well done, Year 2!

German Guests

German Guests

In October 2018 Middleton hosted two French students for a week. Last month, Middleton hosted two German ones from Bilborough College. Our guests taught Y3, Y4 and Y5 classes and explained the German way of life and our pupils enjoyed asking questions and learning about German food, music, towns and school life. Next Month we will have two Spanish students doing the same activities in Spanish. Middleton is truly an international school.

Charity Week and Red Nose Day

Charity Week and Red Nose Day

Thanks to your generosity and the entrepreneurial skills of many of our children, we raised an amazing total of £1,316 for charity last week. On Friday, your donations for non-uniform day and cookies (thanks to Mrs Garton and her team in the kitchen for baking these) made £630 for Comic Relief. Earlier in the week, the stalls and games that children had organised for the entertainment of other year groups raised an incredible £686. The children had a great time both planning their own activities and getting involved with others. We really appreciate you sending money in to allow us to raise funds and help further embed the children’s understanding of charitable acts. Following suggestions from children and staff, we shared the money as follows:
• £250 to Water Aid
• £286 to Stonebridge City Farm
• £150 to the Nottingham Music Hub (match-funded by the Arts Council so effectively a £300 donation)