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Class 3 learnt that the light shone off Joel's face, off the mirrors through our periscopes and came in to our eyes - meaning we could see him even whilst we were under the table! Fin also discovered that you could use two and even three together!

Class 2’s ‘sick’ sentence…

We read a 'sick' sentence this afternoon that needed some attention. Instead of retelling what was in the picture, we worked hard to develop and extend the sentence. We hope you agree that this is much better! Here's our 29second long video: please click it!

Elsie’s Poem…

We received a lovely letter today from Young Writers UK, informing us that we've got an entry being put in to their Rhymecraft book coming out in February entitled, 'Future Poets.' It's lovely to hear that Elsie Lambert's poem about her new brand new kittens, made it through the selection and will be published in their book! Congratulations Elsie! Winning [...]

Christmas craft cards…

How cute...? (Well done Miss Hill - lovely idea!)

Our Nativity…

The 14th chocolate eaten from the advent calendar and the 14th Jesse Tree card (about King Hessekiah, 592 BC) pegged on to the tree, but fast-forward to the final few days - Mary and Joseph trotting their donkey through St. George's - and then beyond - three Kings shouting at a baby... If you were there, at either of the [...]

School, Christmas lunch…🎅

Just when you look back at your photos and realise you didn't take one of your own Christmas Dinner plate. Not something I normally do, but my goodness I should have today - it was lovely and Keri and Gemma did an amazing job! Even with 100 children, we catered for many needs and even requests for more sprouts... yes [...]

Santa’s 🎅 delivery…!

Father Christmas has arrived!

Transition Choir…

Getting us right in the mood for Christmas, we're enjoying our rehearsals, ready for the Transition Choir performance later.  Six schools getting together with some solos and lots of collaborative work! See you later for the actual performance!

Class 3 has Bugs!

Sunday's Scuttle Bug is a piece of art - whether it scuttles down the hall well is something yet to be tested!

Our Pyjama Day…

If only every family could be cozy and comfortable, tucked up with the kids sharing stories.  A lovely day raising funds for NDADA helping them to buy things like children's pyjamas for local families in need. Thanks everyone... more-or-less £100 for a well deserved charity.