Today our school celebrated a special service at church, the focus of which was ‘World Peace’. The celebration, which was meticulously planned by Miss Haigh and Miss Boylan, featured peace prayers written by all year groups, a flag procession, drama, signing and of course peace related hymns. The event was extremely special and enabled our pupils to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of peace. Our school has received a ‘Peace Pole’ as a result and it will be erected in the playground in the near future…
The School Council have been hard at work for the past few weeks campaigning around school and during assemblies for our school to become greener!
Last week was National Waste Week and the School Council was hard at work again but this time they were asking all pupils to get involved. Every class did their part to make our school greener. We recycled paper and plastic and even food. The school Council gave out lots of stickers and this week they will announce the ‘Greenest Class Award’ so keep trying hard, the School Council is always watching!
Class F have been studying the Vikings as part of their History and Literacy topics. The children have made some ships of their own using junk materials. Here are some of their creations!
Class F have been looking at poetry and our favourite authors. We loved ‘The Pig’ by Roald Dahl!
We all took part in learning the poem and made our own props… we hope that you like our performance.
Class F have been learning all about Van Gogh. We really enjoyed his painting of ‘A Wheatfield with Cypresses’ and particularly enjoyed how it represented how beautiful nature can be. We then worked in groups to recreate this picture using some natural materials as well as some man made materials. We hope you like the results!