The Early Years Nativity – Whoops A Daisy Angel

Early Years have performed their Christmas nativity for their grown ups. This year we have performed Whoops A Daisy to a full house! All the children were FAB-U-LOUS!

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Hope & Social, our Secret Santa surprise

This afternoon we had a treat from a band called Hope and Social, they chose our school to receive a present, which was a private gig, for Christmas.

The children enjoyed listening, dancing, singing and joining in with the band, and the hall was truly rocking.

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Shine Day

Last Tuesday we had a visit from our Patron of Reading, Conrad! He had come in to teach us all about poems. Conrad taught us some poems about jelly on a plate, bananas and a pet elephant! We loved learning these poems and we practised them throughout the day so we could teach them to our grown ups. We went to the den in groups to make up our own poems, it was so much fun! Every group made up their own special poem with Conrad. In the afternoon, we went to the hall to perform our poems. We stood up in front of our groups and performed our poems with the actions. We also taught our grown ups jelly on a plate. We loved seeing our grown ups wibble-wobbling like jelly! 


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Patron of Reading, pleasure for reading day

Our wonderful Patron Of Reading visited school today to share his love of reading with the children. In assembly Conrad asked each class to try and guess how many books he had read in the last three weeks, and for recommendations on what to read next.  Our children were so impressed that Conrad could get these books for free at his local library. Please comment below if you have any book recommendations for Conrad, or comment below if you have visited your library recently.

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Apple Crumble

The key stage two gardening club have done a wonderful job of tending to our allotment, and we have had a wonderful crop of apples this year. Early Years visited the allotment and picked some apples. When they returned to class, they made a crumble for snack time.  We love cooking our own produce.

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