Year Ones are expressing themselves by dressing to impress today! #childmentalhealthawarenessweek
This year we selected two of our favourite authors to inspire our World Book Day celebrations. Early Years and Key Stage 1 chose characters from the very popular Julia Donaldson books, we had loveable Zogs, cute Tabby McTats, the nasty
To celebrate the end of our Arctic Adventures topic we finished off the half term with an Early Years Penguin Party! We had so much fun dressing up in penguin colours for the day, competing in ‘The Penguin Games’, making
Foundation stage enjoyed celebrating Chinese New Year with dragon dancing, balancing and dancing to Chinese music and lots of other activities, including our favourite tasting Chinese food!
Just before Christmas, the children had a great day dressed as Romans and taking part in various Roman activities including baking bread and biscuits and investigating Roman poo to try and work out what sort of food they ate!
KS2 held their first carol service on Wednesday evening and what a magical event it turned out to be. All the children sang beautifully and it was lovely to see so many parents and other family members coming along to
On Thursday 12th December, the children in Nursery, Reception and Years 1 & 2 took part in the school Nativity ‘A Miracle In Town’ and put on a fantastic performance. The children performed wonderfully and really captured the magic of
EYFS children celebrated the end of their colour theme with a rainbow party. The day before they made rainbow butterfly cakes. They played lots of exciting colour games, including a rainbow pass the parcel. They finished with rainbow fruit, vegetables
EYFS children had a fantastic time celebrating Diwali. They watched the story of Rama and Sita, then acted it out with masks and puppets they had made. They made diva lamps, mendi hand patterns and cards. They finished the celebrations
What a fantastic fundraising day we all had on Friday 15th November. Children donated £1 to come in their own clothes as well as having a Class Coin Challenge This involved everyone bringing in any spare change they could find,