Our Infant classes have been performing The Magical Christmas Jigsaw this week to their parents and the junior classes.
At a bustling Christmas market full of the joyful sounds of carol singers and cheeky market sellers, five excited children came across a very special stallholder who gave them a tatty old Christmas jigsaw in return for the promise that they would find time to complete it on Christmas Eve. As the children gradually pieced the jigsaw together with the help of a very special visitor, the Christmas story came to life with all the traditional nativity characters.
We had over 70 different parents attend the Bug Club drop-ins over the past few weeks. Thanks to those that attended - we hope you enjoyed the sessions and found them useful .
For those parents that were unable to make it please click on the link below to find out about our new online reading scheme that many children across the school are now enjoying.
If you have any further questions about Bug Club please feel free to contact Mr Kemp at the school.
A HUGE thank you to all the children who donated money to BBC Children in Need today so that they could come to school dressed as their favourite superheroes!
With over £200 raised, the children all watched this video in assembly to learn about how their money will help disadvantaged children and young people:
The whole school enjoyed attending Holy Trinity church this morning for the annual harvest service. Each class contributed to show what work they had done about the festival: KS1 sang about harvest crops, Year 3 read some prayers, Year 4 read some poems and Year 5 explained about harvest celebrations in different countries. All the children performed beautifully – well done to everyone who took part!
Many thanks as well to all those who brought in food donations - our tables were overflowing. Please accept our sincere thanks for your support and generosity.
The whole school has had an exciting time developing their scientific investigation skills during a special 'Inspire Science' week:
The 'mad scientist' Zainy Zee gave an exciting, interactive science assembly to everyone and the infants were also visited by Zoo Lab who brought along some excotic animals for the children to handle.
Zoo Lab visited our infant classes today to talk to the children about the lifestyles of different animals and the habitats in which they can be found, including a: millipede, cockroach, African snail, spider and snake!
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