Number Day!

On Friday 7th February we took part in Number Day to raise money for the NSPCC. We came to school ‘Dressed Up for Digits’ – there were some amazing outfits including dice, clocks, dominoes etc. Throughout the day we had lots of fun in our classes taking part in a variety of math’s activities including, puzzles, investigations, baking cakes and much more! At the end of the day we came together at our usual ‘Star of the Week’ assembly to hear all about what each class had been getting up to. Our Stars of the week were all awarded to children who had done something really special in Maths. What a great day and a great cause!

 

 

Happy New Year!

It’s the year of the rat!  We had a great time celebrating Chinese New Year in Reception Class.  We used the computer, I pads and books to research how this festival is celebrated around the world.  We wrote messages of good luck and made sparkly Chinese lanterns.  We enjoyed trying to write in Chinese on…Continue Reading

Have you got enough?

We enjoyed playing shops this week.  We are learning to recognise coins, pay with pennies and give change.  Article 29 Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people.Continue Reading

Who’s Been eating my Porridge?

Reception have enjoyed telling the story of Goldilocks and the three Bears They gave super puppet shows to their friends and acted out the story in our Three Bears Cottage. Article 28 You have the right to a good quality education. You should be encouraged to go to school to the highest level you can.Continue Reading

Religious Education – Local Church – Community

We visited Corpus Christi Church to have a “Treasure Hunt” – finding all the parts of the Church that are used during Celebrations and investigating artefacts.  Mrs Barrass, one of our Eucharistic Ministers talked to us about the role she plays in getting the Church prepared for Celebrations like Mass, Weddings and Baptisms. Article 14…Continue Reading

Here comes Santa Claus!

Key Stage 1 celebrated Jesus’ Birthday with a fantastic Christmas party. Games were played, we saw some wonderful dancing, food was eaten and then to cap it all guess who made an appearance? Santa Claus himself! The children were even convinced that they saw the reindeer disappearing into the clouds at home time. We hope…Continue Reading