Year 3 had a wonderful trip to St Albans Cathedral on Tuesday 28th June. We learnt a lot about the Romans and acted out the story of St Alban. We also enjoyed making Roman mosaic tiles!
We have been enjoying The Chicken Shed Theatre performances this week.
On Tuesday 21st June 1W performed their class assembly. They told us about the life of Florence Nightingale; saying their lines confidently and singing beautifully. Your parents and teachers were very proud. Well done 1W!
Kings and Queens Day was held on Friday 10th June to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. Children and staff dressed up in some wonderful costumes and we very much enjoyed celebrating with “street parties” in the sunshine!
Year 3 took part in a Warburton’s sandwich making afternoon linking with their DT project of sandwiches and also healthy week. They also enjoyed circus workshops.
As part of our Healthy Week, all classes took part in an exciting Circus skills workshop. Some of the skills that they practised were juggling, plate-spinning and ribbon dancing, which they thoroughly enjoyed! All classes also had a lesson based around healthy eating, with fruit lollipops and vegetable tortillas being made.
2L performed beautiful songs and showed how much they had learned about Christopher Columbus in their amazing class assembly! It was clear that the children had spent a lot of time working hard to learn their parts and all of the songs. Well done 2L!
Today, children in 1J told us the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. They said their lines very confidently and performed the songs beautifully. Well done you Super Stars!
Last week children in Nursery, Reception and years 1, 3, 4 and 5 had the opportunity to create their own story based on a selected piece of art. The children first planned out their ideas and wrote their story in special booklet for others to read. Children in Nursery and Reception got creative by making up their own characters and story lines to go with the pictures.
Every year the standard, creativity and quality of the eggs painted at Easter seems to get better and better! We were stunned this year at the wonderful ideas and amazing levels of effort that the children went to in order to produce their finished designs. Miss Saberwal had a very hard time indeed when judging the eggs and trying to decide on a winner. Well done to everyone who entered the competition.