James Mann, 6M, has been working on his Scratch coding. Why not take a look at his fantastic animation and get some ‘wise words’ about how to stay safe online too…  

Internet Safety Advice

The first day of the autumn play scheme has been a busy one! Today we had groups carving pumpkins, baking ice-cream cone cakes, decorating decoupage boxes and making dens. We are looking forward to the rest of the week and, in particular, our aquarium trip on Thursday.    

Autumn Play Scheme 2017

  A huge thank you to everyone who donated or made a box of homeless! Yet again you have shown how supportive you are! Many thanks, Helen Dyer – Family support adviser  

Christmas shoe box appeal

On Sunday 18th June, 2017 Riverside pupil, parents and staff took part in our first Riverside Primary Fun Run, supporting two very important charities; Stroke Association and Jeremiah’s Journey. As a school we were able to raise a fantastic £2671.22, which was split between the two charities. Liam got the honour […]

Supporting Charities.

Here is a copy of our hot school dinner menu that will run until October half term. Please refresh the page if the pdf does not load within 5 seconds.   Here is a copy of our hot school dinner menu that will run after October half term – Christmas. Please […]

Autumn School Menu 2017

Yesterday, 20 children from Years 4, 5 & 6 spent the day investigating code in order to make their own version of Pacman, even using Makey-Makey to play it using oranges! Super-impressed with their coding abilities, confidence and the resilience shown throughout the day. Well done to all involved.   […]

ICt Able and Talented Day

Year 1 were very lucky to have some special visitors from The National Marine Aquarium come to see us including Shelly the Shark! The visit was linked to our current topic, Year One Saves The World and we looked at how we can help to save the planet by using […]

Aquarium Visit Year 1

Our Year 4 classes are enjoying their daily swimming lessons at the Life Centre, overcoming their fears and rising to the challenges.  

Year 4 Swimming

Year 6 Residential 2017. First activity completed. I’d like to say they are all exhausted and ready for bed but it doesn’t look like that is happening for a while!

Year 6 Residential