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World Book Day 2020
To celebrate World Book Day this year we have had a change of focus from characters and books to the celebration of words and colours! Everyone has had great fun getting creative and all the children and staff look fantastic - well done ! More photos to follow.
We had a very special visitor in school today.
Can you guess who it was ?
Christmas Party Day
A huge thank you to the legend that is Mr Scotson.
More photos will be uploaded in the New Year.
Christmas Panto - Jack and the Beanstalk
Oh Yes It Was !
Visit to St Peter's Church
Nursery - Christmas Performance
Reception - Christmas Performance
Year 1 - Christmas Performance
Year 2 - Christmas Performance
Social, Moral, Spiritual, Cultural
As part of our daily collective worship activities and discussions, the children were encouraged to share what they liked most about our school. We talked about the importance of British values and what our school motto 'We care, we share, we learn, we grow, together', means to us. Staff grouped the children's responses and made them into a display to give children, staff and visitors the opportunity to reflect on why we love our school.
Year 2 - Remembrance Day
We made a poppy wreath and took it to the memorial to remember those who fought in World War 1. We then sketched the statue and carried out a two minute silence.
Picking our fruit for the Harvest Assembly 2019
The Great Outdoors - Stars
The Great Outdoors - Paint With Water
The Great Outdoors - Nature Bracelets
The Great Outdoors - Autumn Leaf Wreath
The Great Outdoors - Autumn Leaf Art
Year 2 World Space Week
As 4th October-10th October was World Space Week, Year 2 decided to celebrate it as part of their topic 'Where in the world am I?'. The children had prepared lots of questions about their place in the universe such as "Why is space black?" and "Is there another planet we could live on?". They were also preparing lots of facts about Sir Bernard Lovell who was the man behind the Lovell telescope at Jodrell Bank and the children wanted to find out much more about him than they could find out through the internet and books.
In order to answer these questions we invited in Mr Speed, a former astronomer who used to work at Jodrell Bank on the Lovell telescope with Sir Bernard Lovell himself. Some of the children made detailed notes so that they could use their new found facts in their writing. The children loved having their, sometimes quite challenging, questions answers with some even staying behind at break-time to carry on talking to him!
Autumn - Painting with water
Autumn - Nature Bracelets
Year 1 Toy Workshop
A selection of photographs from our Toy Workshop held in September 2019.