Have you ever wondered how the human digestive system works?


Year 4 have been learning how the human digestive system works. The children and teachers enjoyed creating their own version of one using musical instruments, tights and left over stew! 

Celebrating Chinese New Year!


Year Four had lots of fun learning about Chinese culture and how Chinese people celebrate their New Year. Thank you to everyone who came along and watched the assembly at the end of the day!

Year 4 Enjoy Geography Day! On the last day before half term, the entire school were given the opportunity to take part in Bidbury's first ever Geography Day. The pupils had the opportunity to take part in everything, from building a river, to sampling Turkish Delight. Needless to say, everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves!

Roman Archaeology Year 4

As part of our History topic, Year 4 got the opportunity to be real life archaeologists for the day. They had to study and research the tools and techniques that were required and prove that they were ready before heading to the dig site. The children had a wonderful time and managed to uncover a wealth of historic artefacts that will help us to uncover what life in Roman times was really like. Look out for information on our Roman themed school trip which is coming up soon!!

Hello and welcome to Seahorse and Lionfish Class pages!


It was lovely to meet so many of you at the 'Meet the Teacher' evenings during the second week of term. We have so many exciting things to look forward to this term including a trip to Ancient Rome (otherwise known as Chichester)! The details of this will be coming to you shortly via a letter. We also have a Geography Day before half term and those ukulele lessons!


Don't forget swimming lessons start on the 21st September and Lionfish Class will be swimming first.


Check back on our page soon for more news and photos!


Mrs Heath and Mr Devine