It must be Christmas!
It’s been so busy at school lately that it’s been extremely hard to keep the school blog up to date, so here’s a summary of the amazing things that have taken place over the past fortnight, with some galleries of photos spread through the post.
Father Christmas and his Elves came to play football with us!
National Trust helped Class 1 and 2 with their Christmas wreaths, which we used to decorate the church.
We had a community ‘Nativity On the Green’ knocking on the pub doors asking if there was room, and finding a stable for Mary to have her baby…
Our Christmas Fair raised lots of money for Children’s Hospice South West. The children were really inventive with their games and stalls!
KS1 (Class 1 and 2) did their wonderful production in the Village Hall called ‘A Midwife’s Crisis.’
Class 3 started the KS2 production with their rendition of Spandau Ballet’s “Gold!” Martin Kemp heard this on Twitter and tweeted that he thought it was great!
Class 4’s Production was not a Greek Tragedy called, “Go For Gold.” It was a great play about striving for your best, which was quite apt since they were all incredible!
Stepping Stones also had a Nativity… one where Baby Jesus was delivered by Dinosaur! They all had a party up in their room after this.
Friday at Church was just a normal assembly, but we read out some Christmas poems and took our shape-based decorations too. Who knew that pentagons could be made into something so beautiful?
Then there was the Christingle on Sunday. A lovely Church in Community event where we remember the love of Jesus.