This week saw Year 1 tell us all about their learning this year in their class presentation. In geography, Year 1 found out about how Australia is different to England. They thought about the weather in England at winter and what the weather in Australia is like at the same time! They also found out […]
Last Friday, we held our first Candlemas service. Candlemas marks 40 days since Christmas Day and our service featured the lighting of candles, singing and handmade paper candles by Year 1. Thank you to parents and families of Year 1 children who could join us and for Reverend Karen for leading the service.
This week, our Key Stage 1 classes performed A Wriggly Nativity for their families in school. All the children in Years 1 and 2 worked together to produce this fabulous story. Thanks to those families who were able to join us for this.
Monday night’s Christmas Recipe performance.
Photos from Monday’s Christmas Recipe performance. The children were all magnificent performers who retold the nativity story beautifully. Thank you to all who came to see them and well done to everyone involved!
Today we visited St. Mary’s Church for our annual Harvest Festival. Thanks to Reverend Karen, who reminded us to be thankful for the things that we have, but always to remember other people who are less fortunate than us. Year 2 gave us a fabulous retelling of The Little Red Hen too! Thank you to […]
This year’s Key Stage 1 production was the Wriggly Nativity. They told the story of Christmas with catchy songs, actions, dance and narration. Their two performances were fantastic and we may have seen some actors and actresses of the future! Alfie said, “I felt good. I loved saying my part. I was Joseph!” “It was fun […]
This half term, Year 1 have been learning how to animate using Lego, Webcams and stop frame animation software. They still have a way to go, but the films are coming along nicely as are their skills in framing shots! Below are two short videos bringing together each of the children’s work from each of […]
Yesterday, Year 1 visited Yorkshire Wildlife Park outside Doncaster. They had a wonderful time and saw plenty of exotic animals! The trip links with their current Science topic: Why are tigers not like humans? Mrs Haigh, Mrs Voce, Mrs Newby, Mrs Powells and Mr Pitts all joined the children and, even though the weather wasn’t […]