Big Booky Breakfast
Book Week – Dress Up Day
Year 5 Royal Festival Hall Songs
Year 5 will be performing at the Royal Festival Hall on 25th March and there will also be an in school performance for those parents unable to join us on the 25th the date of which is to be confirmed.
The children are practising hard for their concert and to help them at home here is the link for videos, backing tracks and lyrics.
Book Week is next week!
Welcome back to school for the second half of the Spring Term. We hope everyone has had an enjoyable half term break. This half term is set to be a very busy one and we are kicking off a full week of activities next week as it is Book Week.
Bookie Breakfast is free so come and enjoy breakfast with a story. Remember that dress up day is on Wednesday and is £1. Swap shop is on Friday. Bring a good quality second hand book, swap it for another one and donate 50p.
We also have authors visiting next week and lots and lots of class based activities around our love of books.
Year 6 presents….
Every Wednesday Year 6 are running their own assembly and taking it in turns to show the year group something that interests them. This week Kiana and Lola did a presentation all about themselves, with a grand finale of Kiana showing the volcano model that she had made at home – and it erupted!
Click here to see the video.
Attendance Tea Party
Well over a hundred pupils were treated to an early tea party today because they achieved 100% attendance for this half term.
Congratulations to all of them and a special mention for Year 3 Chagall class who achieved the best overall attendance of 98.5%.
A very big thank you – Safer Internet Week
Thank you very much to all parents and carers who were able to attend our Safer Internet workshop last week. Sarah Feeney and Miss Corsan have written a summary of what was covered at the workshop together with very useful links to support you in keeping your children safe on the internet.
Please click on the link to read the report: Safer Internet Week Report
Reception Classes and Chinese New Year
Our Reception Classes learnt some new art and drama skills recently after watching Chinese New year celebrations. They were inspired to make their own Chinese dragon, and to then perform their own Chinese dragon dance. They made fortune ‘cookies’ for their friends and finished off their own celebrations in style with a noodle party!
Click here to see the video
Big Foot Shakespeare workshops
Safer Internet Week – workshop for parents and carers
It is Safer Internet Week next week and we will be focussing our curriculum around making the internet a safer place. As part of this we will be holding a parent and carer workshop next Thursday 9th February at 9am. We would love you all to come. Please read the flyer below for all the information.
Safer internet week