What better way to start the day than with a hearty breakfast?!
It was a choice of cereals followed by toast with a selection of preserves…well…jam or no jam actually!
Now it’s time to ‘de-camp’ and pack up before our morning constitutional…a few laps around the school field to be more precise!
Some of us were awake at the crack of dawn this morning!
And what better way to start the day than with a good book!
Next up…what about the Golden Mile?!
Teeth are brushed…faces have been washed……the lights are out…and now it’s time for bed!
Well…for some at least!
Sweet dreams boys and girls!
After ‘re-fuelling’ on hot-dogs, chips and some sweet treats, it was back outside for our intrepid Year 4 ‘campers’ as we enjoyed the last few minutes of daylight around the camp-fire.
One would think that after all of this excitement the boys and girls would be getting tired…well think again!
A few more ‘fun and games’ are on the agenda to use up that excess energy.
Whose idea was this, anyway?!
This evening, the boys and girls in Year 4 returned to school at 6:30pm for their ‘Sleepover’…we can but hope!
After an hour of fun and games, including rounders and some fiercely contested races (particularly by the parents!), the boys and girls ‘pitched their tents’ in the School Hall in preparation for later. Then it was back outside for more fun and games to build up an appetite for a delicious feast of hot-dogs and chips!
Next, it’s off to the campfire…for some sing-a-longs, games…and scary stories!
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Year 2 have had an excellent week this week with their new ‘captain’ on the poop deck!
All of the boys and girls have created some super character descriptions of pirates, along with lots of other great work too which has been celebrated on our ‘Pegs of Pride’ board.
We have also ‘buried’ ourselves in our Treasures topic this week with the children once again producing some lovely work.
In RE we have been looking at the faith of Islam and the children have learnt all about Prayer Mats and how they are used.
A great week Year 2…WELL DONE!
This morning, as part of a special ‘Governor Morning’, a number of our Governors met representatives of our School Council and our Art Ambassadors.
The Governors were very keen to hear what the boys and girls had to say about their school and they vital role that they play in ensuring that their opinions are heard and acted upon.
The Governors were very impressed with the work that both of these Pupil Voice groups have done during the course of the year and were pleased to hear about their future plans too.
Well done Pupil Voice!
This morning we were treated to a really beautiful assembly from the boys and girls in Reception as they told us the story of Noah’s Ark in fine style.
All of the boys and girls read, acted and sang so well and re-told the story of Noah’s mission to build the ark in preparation for the great flood with such enthusiasm.
What made today’s assembly extra special was the fact that several of our Governors were in attendance; all of them thoroughly enjoyed the assembly, as I’m sure did all of the parents present!
Well done Reception…and Mrs Ramsay!