Madame Kaler is updating her website with a whole host of activities.

On the website lookout for 'Team Home School' section - see link below:

Each week, I will be providing a:

- french lesson: including games and activities for families to do at home

- french story

- french song

Great Ouse Primary now have their very own page in the 'Our Schools' section - click on the link below.

Great Ouse French Home Learning

For the children in year 3 and 4 at Great Ouse Primary, there are clear links to activities that relate specifically to the topic area currently being studied in lessons. In addition the pupils have access to French workbooks that they can download- there are 3 currently available on the website. Madame Kaler will shortly be adding some Easter tasks for all of the children to access.

Welcome to Great Ouse Primary Academy

Welcome and thank you for your interest in our school. Great Ouse Primary Academy is a school that thinks and dreams big for its pupils. Expectations are high for all who make up the Great Ouse Primary Academy community and these standards reflect the wonderful physical environment we have developed to enable children to flourish within and beyond the school walls. We are committed to developing learners who are resilient, learners who are focused and learners who are aspirational in their goals; learners well prepared to be successful citizens of the 21st century.

Great Ouse Primary Academy opened as a brand new primary academy in September 2017 and is a proud member of Sharnbrook Academy Federation (SAF). The school is a named feeder school for Lincroft Academy and Sharnbrook Academy. The school is a bright, modern and inspiring learning environment with up-to-date technology and vibrant teaching and learning spaces for our pupils and staff.

We believe that the school absolutely belongs to our community of children, staff, parents and carers. We urge you to actively support and be involved in the school. It is a wonderful opportunity for everyone to be part of something special.

“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”
(Martin Luther King, Jr)

Paul Ives