Save the Children exists to help every child reach their full potential. They make sure children stay safe, healthy and keep learning. Thank you for sending your children to school in their Christmas jumpers and donating to this worthwhile cause.
Monday 16th November marked the start of this years ‘Anti-Bullying Week’ event. Our school were excited to join in with others around the UK to participate in Odd Socks Day!
As part of our involvement in the event within school, we asked children to come to school with odd socks on Monday 16th November. We used this day to celebrate that we are
all unique and children took part in a variety of activities linked to this theme throughout the week.
We had a wonderful day today for Children In Need! Thank you for all your donations. We will let you know how much we raised once all the money has been counted.
Well done to our Pudsey Colouring Competition winners!
Individually we are each one colour, together we make a rainbow!
Children spent the day reflecting on their time in lockdown and each year group made something for our time capsule to share with future generations!
They particularly enjoyed their hot dogs and chips for lunch!
School Council did a great job organising our Children In Need fundraising event. Children wore sporty clothes, took part in an extra P.E session, brought in tasty treats and held a bake sale. They took part in lots of fun activities throughout the day to promote a healthy lifestyle and raised lots of money at the same time! Thank you for your support and we will let you know how much we have raised when it's all been counted!
What a great start to our creative week!
Year 2 have a had a busy, creative day. 'The Sorting Hat' sorted us into our team houses, which was very exciting! Next we made our very own wands and created a shield to match the house we were sorted into. After lunch we designed and made a 'Golden Snitch'.
Year 1 had a very special delivery!
Year 4 making wands ready for potions class!
Year 1 children loved spending the afternoon with their dad, stepdad, uncle, granddad etc. this afternoon. They played phonics reading games, shared stories, designed front covers for books and even decorated gingerbread men together! Thank you so much to all who attended - the children loved it and it was great to see so many grown ups sharing in their children’s learning!
Nursery really enjoyed their visit from the Police Community Support Officer.