Quiz Answers
Quiz Answers
Marcus Kwan
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WACKY WEDNESDAY – WEEK 11 – 3rd June 2020

  1. What is Pumpernickel? A type of bread


  1. Who was behind the Gunpowder Plot on the Houses of Parliament in 1605 - remembered every year on Bonfire Night? Guy Fawkes
  1. Tick-tack-toe is an alternative name for which game?  Noughts and Crosses
  1. Who wrote ‘The Gruffalo’, ‘Room on the Broom’ and ‘Tiddler’? Julia Donaldson
  1. What is the name of the nanny played by Emma Thompson on film?  Nanny McPhee


  1. How many players are on a football pitch at the start of a game?  22


  1. Where might you find a Hammer and Anvil in the human body?  The Ear
  1. What is unusual about goats when they sleep? They don’t close their eyes
  1. The famous Kruger National Park is in which country?  South Africa


  1. According to the Hakuna Matata song from 'The Lion King' movie, what does the phrase Hakuna Matata mean?  “There are no troubles”
  1. The RAF defend the United Kingdom in the air - what do the letters RAF stand for? Royal Air Force
  1. Haggis is made from the heart, lungs, liver and stomach of which animal? Sheep
  1. Which famous horse race is run at Aintree on a Saturday in spring?                           The Grand National
  1. What bird, with a distinctive call, heard at the start of summer in the UK, is famous for stealing other birds’ nests? Cuckoo
  1. What colours are the vertical stripes of the Italian Flag? Green, White & Red
  1. What colour is a purple finch?  Raspberry Red


  1. Electric power is typically measured in what units?  Watts
  1. Which Flightless Bird Is The Emblem Of New Zealand? The Kiwi
  1. What is the title of Dahl's 1961 children's story in which the title character's parents are swallowed by a rhinoceros?  James and the Giant Peach


  1. How many points is the letter 'K' worth in a game of Scrabble?  Five

PFC Events Update
PFC Events Update
Marcus Kwan
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PFC event cancellations due to Covid-19

Dear Parents,

It is with a heavy heart that we are cancelling our PFC events until after the Summer Holiday .. but the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone is at the forefront of this decision that weve made alongside the Senior Management team today.

Postponed event:

1.       Sat 20th June  Summer Fair  moved to SATURDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 12-3pm.  We hope that this will be a happy celebration and a chance to welcome new families to our school.

Cancelled events:

1.       Sat 28th March, Afternoon Tea Party

2.       Mon 27th April, Cake Sale

3.       Sat 2nd May, Beetle Drive/ Family Quiz

4.       Fri 15th May, Inflatable Fun

5.       Sat 6th June, Family Bingo

6.       Weds 8th July, Childrens Disco

7.       Fri 10th July, 18+yrs Disco

All being well, our events will then continue from the Autumn term as planned.

We wish you all the very best. 

Take care,

Fiona Farrell

PFC Chair


Your Committee
  • Fiona Farrell

    Fiona Farrell

  • Sarah Linsell

    Sarah Linsell

  • Natalie Bloomfield

    Natalie Bloomfield

  • Marcus Kwan

    Marcus Kwan

    Website Administrator


We have a new target of raising £10,000 by the end of December 2020. This will go towards the schools fundraising activities for a new artificial playing surface on the school field.