Year 1 had a fantastic time at The Forest School last Thursday!
We made some enchanted creatures and built houses for them to live in!
We also did ‘Big Art’ with natural materials found in the forest.
The children enjoyed making clay faces and sticking them to the trees!
The favourite part of the day seemed to be the popcorn making!!
Miss Merritt and Miss Spowage
We have been having increasing problems with getting children into school particularly down the path into Key Stage 2 as classes and parents have been walking down the same path at the start of the day. Starting after half term we are going to open the doors at 8.40am and the children can walk straight into school rather than lining up on the playground. We will then lock the doors at 8.45am prompt. Parents will not be allowed into the corridors or classrooms at the start of the day to avoid congestion. If you need to give a message to a teacher could you please come in to the office at 8.30am to either leave a message or request to see the teacher but please bear in mind they will be in class from 8.40am. We feel this will be a safer and more efficient way to get children into school in the morning. Teachers are always available at the end of the day to discuss issues with parents and will have more time anyway.
Caroline Flint visited school last week. She spoke to the School Council who asked her some very difficult questions and then she had a tour of the school which included talking to the Year 2 children about their work on Maleficent.
Please keep checking the calendar for dates of events and holidays coming up.
Scholastic Book Fair Tuesday 3rd to Thursday 5th February.
Parents Evenings – Tuesday 10th February and Thursday 12th February.
The children will return to school on Tuesday 6th January but the office will be open for enquiries on Monday 5th January.
Please click on the link below to view the timetable for Local Children Centre services
Members of the school choir went to ASDA today to sing and raise money for their trip to Young Voices in January.
Max Tollett in Year 2 has organised a Christmas Jumper Day to support Save the Children. Just bring £1 and wear a Christmas top for the day.