The children gave some lovely feedback in the Pupil Survey - "The sports competitions are great. There are no bullies. It's better here than my last school because it's quieter and you can get on with your work. You always have someone to go to. It's kind, caring and well-organised. What would you change - nothing - it's great just as it is!"

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World Book Day 

Thank you to all the parents for the amazing effort to help the children create their Word Costumes and Book Jars. They were stunning!
The day began with our Reading Champions visiting each class to deliver their book vouchers and a wrapped up book.
Flotsam is a wordless picture book and all the classes in the school worked on producing a response to it in a variety of ways.
The Reading champions were joined by Mrs Carolyn Corbett, our English Governor, and they were given the very tricky task of judging which was their favourite Word Dress-Up and book jar for each class.

Global Rock Success!

Amazing Result!!! – 4th place for their performance ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’. In addition to that, Awards of Excellence for Drama, Set Design and Function, Consuming Character, Visual Enhancement, Entertainment, Lighting and Video Performance. Additional awards were secured for Performer’s Choice and Healthy Lifestyle. Well done Team Niton! …. a fantastic effort from all the pupils and staff.

New name and badge for All Through School

“The Bay CE School”

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Cricket & Hockey
Yesterday we played in a League cricket competition against St Francis and Nine Acres Primary. Our team showed some great skills in fielding and bowling in both games to keep the opposing teams scores down. We then went in to bat and against St Francis we won 267 runs to 219 with some excellent batting from all the team and against Nine Acres we scored 250 v 215, both wins secured us top place in the group and we now progress through to the next round
Well done to Sonnie,Sam,Noah,Connor,Matteo,Zeke,Herbie and Thomas
Last week we took part in a Yr5/6 Hockey Tournament.
Having not played a lot of hockey this year we performed really well and got better with each game we played showing some great teamwork on the pitch.
We played 4 games, where we won 2 lost 2 and drew 1.
Great games and well done Amelia,Ruby,Logan,Luca,Sam and Sonnie
Surf’s Up!

 Year 4 trip to Kingswood


 Table Tennis Festival
On Monday 12th March we took a mixed team of 11 to a Table Tennis festival at Smallbrook Table Tennis Stadium.
We had 3 hours of Table Tennis coached by 3 very experienced Table Tennis coaches.
The coaches worked mainly on technique using a forearm and backhand stroke, body position and how to hit the ball.
There was even a Table Tennis robot which fired 20 balls at you to return over the net, with 1 of our team returning 19 shots!!
A great afternoon of Table Tennis and as always great behaviour from all who went representing Niton Primary School.
Well done to….Sonnie, Amelia, Emily, Noah, James, Luca, Amelie, Sophie, Alfie, Ziva and Joel.
Handball Squad News
On Thursday our Yr5/6 handball squad travelled to Newport Futsal Centre to compete in a  Handball tournament.
We played really well, plenty of good team work , some great passing and shooting from all the team, and excellent goal keeping. We really improved over the four games we played winning our last game 9-2….finishing in a respectable 3rd place.Well done to Sonnie, Noah,Sam,Jack, Rosie Williams, Lily,Chloe ,Johan,Luca and Coco who all played really well.

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