Today we did our own PE lesson which involved many different exciting winter related games including having a snowball fight using paper balls, building a snowman using some of our PE equipment and finally a paper-chain relay.
Today Canon Paul led our Christmas assembly. We thought about Jesus and the true meaning of Christmas.
We shared a special Christingle service together today. A big thank you to the church team for leading the service and helping us to make the Christingles and to understand the significance of each part.
The children were amazing in their performances this week. Well done everyone!
We had lots of fun exploring the snow with our friends!
Today class 1 joined forces with class 3 so they could help us with our reading. The children really enjoyed reading to the older children in the school. Class 3 helped class 1 with not only their reading but they helped them with their sounding out as well. Class 3 also read some of their… Read more »
Today we started creating our stained glass windows that we are going to sell at our winter bazaar, here is a sneak preview of them. We hope you look forward to seeing them when they are complete.
On Wednesday the 6th of December, the children had lots of fun playing outside. We decided to get out lots of our rideable toys out like our tricylces and our scooters.The children played lots of different games riding around the outside area. we also got out our new paint rollers, the children used these to… Read more »
Today it was St Nicholas day! The children learnt all about the story of the real Saint Nicholas and how he helped others by giving money to those in need. The children acted out the story of Saint Nicholas where he overheard a family talking about how the man could not afford for his daughters… Read more »
In our class collective worship today, the children learnt about the advent wreath and what each of the candles symbolise. Then the children all worked together to use their scissor skills to cut paper strips to create a class wreath. Some of the children helped join the paper strips.