Mysterious Visitors!!

It is with sadness that I must report that last night an animal, or animals, pooped in the classroom . And don`t mention the snow that was left everywhere !!!!! There is a rumour a mysterious gentlemen in red accompanied by reindeer was seen in the vicinity of the school.....

Spreading Christmas Cheer

This morning Mr McKaigg and I took a small group of pupils to visit one of our very valued volunteers.

Final Forest School Session of 2019!

A final forest school session of 2019 and what a cracker. Cooking marshmallows around an open fire, into the mud garden, arty creations on the slabs and den building just in time for the rain which pelted down. We would like to thank Emma and wish her a very Merry Christmas. Incidentally the children took these photographs themselves.

Oak Class Christmas Party

Thank you to the PTFA for the funds to pay for our party. The children planned the food so had to write me a shopping list, selected some of the party games and behaved impeccably making it a fun afternoon. They also made the sandwiches. I think they were good enough that you could ask them to make your sandwiches over the Christmas holidays ! I would recommend you pour your own drinks though !

Beech Class Christmas Crafts

Today we have been enjoying a Christmas craft day. We have made festive sweet treats and Christmas cards. It was messy but great fun was had by all.

Christmas Lunch

On Tuesday many of the children and staff enjoyed a Christmas meal provided by Chartwells. Party hats were worn, festive music was played and a lovely time was had by all.

Ash Class Christmas Cafe

On Monday we spent the morning baking and decorating treats for our parents and carers to enjoy at our Christmas Cafe. During the cafe we served our friends and family with drinks and sweet treats and we also sang some Christmas songs to them. Thank you to all of those who came to join us.

Santa's Workshop

The elves have been busy wrapping presents for Father Christmas in his workshop and writing toy lists.

Nativity 2019!

This weeks blog has a Christmas theme. I think the photos say everything !

Chestnut Class Topic Visit

Mr Nick Parry a friend of mine who has a passion for war memorabilia and telling stories kindly visited Chestnut class with a large collection of WW11 items: German, English and Australian hats, rifles, a huge range of uniforms, maps made of rice paper and silk and medals. The pupils were told all sorts of fascinating facts about the Germans and the English and the pupils loved to share their own stories too about their relatives. They were then given the opportunity to examine and try on the items - some of their feedback was: this was the best day ever - I have learnt so much. It's so nice to have visitors to bring our learning to life. Thanks to Mr Parry!

New Altar Cloth

Wool CREW and members of the community have been busy over the past few weeks creating a new altar cloth. The new cloth was introduced and blessed by Reverend Carol during collective worship last week.

Christingle Making

Brenda from the church came in to help us make Christingles for the Christingle service which is being held in the church on Friday evening. We followed her instructions to make and learn what each element of the christingle means. Children who can attend the service will get a christingle to take home.

Willow Class Assembly

Thank you to everyone who came into school to watch our assembly about the Great Fire of London. The children worked very hard to perfect their presentation and we hope you enjoyed hearing about our learning.

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