Big Sing

The whole school thoroughly enjoyed entertaining the audience during their Big Sing concert. The songs were uplifting and the children’s enthusiasm shone out! A big thank you to Amy for all your hard work over the 10 weeks and to Mrs Clarke for organising the event. Scroll to the bottom for audio clips of the… Read more »

Class 2 Production – A request

We had a great first run through on Friday when we started practising using the stage. Next week we will be starting to make props for our stage. If you have any large cardboard boxes that we could use to mount our scenery they would be gratefully received. – Mr Salmon

Fantastic Fractions

Some of us have been looking at fractions and decimals this week. We used multi link to find fractions of an among for quarters, thirds, halves and fifths.

Badminton

Today we had fun learning different badminton skills with coach Paul from Community Badminton. Please see separate leaflet for further information of coaching in our area.

Sensory Garden Progress

We are really pleased with the progress made in the sensory garden.  We now have a music station using recycled palettes and kitchen items; herb planters using recycled palettes; flower planters using recycled tyres; a raised bed using recycled play equipment and the beginnings of a Bug Hotel using recycled palettes.  We now need soil,… Read more »

The children have been thoroughly enjoying the Big Sing workshops with Amy every Monday!  They have gained so much confidence as you can see. There is just one workshop left before the big performance on Wed 21st March at St. Nicholas Church.  Remember to buy your tickets as soon as possible to see the rest… Read more »

Mother’s Day Lunch

Thank you for joining us for the Mother’s Day lunch! We hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did! A big thank you to all the lunch time staff for making this event possible.

Space Shelters

Today we made space shelters to survive in on our new planet (well small versions of them). We came up with a criteria for our shelter: It had to stand on its own Be waterproof and fireproof Be bigger than a bed (so we could sleep) and taller than a person (so we could stand… Read more »

Fairtrade

Before meeting Ketra in the hall we did a variety of Fairtrade activities. We started by looking at lots of food packaging and finding where they had come from using atlases. Then we did some circle time with the theme of ‘walking a mile in someone else’s shoes’. We discussed what I might feel like… Read more »

Class 2 Production

I was going to introduce this last week on World Book Day, but snow. This year’s class 2 play will continue the Roald Dahl theme with a production of Danny the Champion of the World. We will be sorting out roles next week, with props and costumes being arranged closer to the time. – Mr… Read more »