Watercolour Calendars

This week we have been using watercolours to make a calendar. We’ve tried to show the change in seasons throughout the year from the perspective of one tree. I am incredibly proud of the children, who have shown great skill and a keen eye for design during this task. I’m sure you will agree that the finished products look amazing.

Thank you for your support this term and I wish you all a very happy and healthy Christmas and New Year. See you in the next decade!


Super Sewing

Throughout this half term Year 6 have worked with Ms Arbon and Mrs Blair to design and make a Christmas stocking. After learning a bit about the history of the Christmas Stocking, children decided on their aim and success criteria for the project.They also carried out research before trying out different designs. Once they had…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

Selling Christmas crafts

Year 3 have been involved in the Big Local inter-generational project for quite some time now and have really enjoyed their visits to allotment on Bensham Bank. During the colder months we have also visited Rosewood and Fountains Court care homes where the children recently made some beautiful Christmas decorations and crafts. To help raise…Continue Reading

Advent Prayer

This week in school, our hall has been set up to help us learn all about the story of the Nativity. On Thursday we went to visit and were helped in our reflections by some of the chaplains from Year 6. The children enjoyed the experience and were very prayerful and respectful throughout. We now…Continue Reading

Year 1 go on a Journey to Bethlehem.

Today, Year 1 went on a ‘Journey to Bethlehem’. We separated into groups with Miss Blackie and Mrs Jones and then visited the prayer stations set up in the hall to remember what Advent and Christmas is all about. The children enjoyed completing the prayers and activities and are almost ready to celebrate Jesus’ birthday.…Continue Reading

Operation Encompass

Last week, Ged a policeman  came to Year 1 to deliver a workshop all about looking after ourselves. The children got into groups and talked about people who are important to them. They also talked about situations which made them feel good or bad. The session ended with a story about feelings too.Continue Reading