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Whoops a Daisy Angel 

 

 

 

The big day finally arrived for us to perform our nativity play to all our grown ups. The children all worked really hard to learn the songs and each and everyone of them was a superstar on the day. If you came along we really hope you enjoyed it. 

Christingle 

 

 

Year R enjoyed visiting the church for our annual Christingle service. They sang along to 'Love shine a light' and listened really carefully to Father Jonathon who taught them all about what each part of a Christingle represents. 

Christmas Decoration Day 

 

Year R had a great time making Christmas decorations with their grown ups. They made snowmen baubles and decorated Christmas trees. 

 

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A huge well done to Roxie-Lou who was this week's very important person. Roxie-Lou was chosen for impressing her teachers on a daily basis with her reading and writing. Roxie also received a special well done for her extra neat handwriting. Keep up the good work Roxie! 

Thank you 

 

 

We'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated a shoe box for our shoe box appeal. We collected over 30 altogether. The 'Link Team' were thrilled when they came to collect them and I'm sure the families receiving them in Romania will will appreciate your kindness and generosity. Thank you.      

Film stars in the making!

 

Year R have been extra busy planning and making a short film to advertise their 'shoebox appeal'. Please watch our video below and if you are able to donate please have your boxes in school by the 15th November. Thank you for your support.  

Year R Shoebox Appeal.mp4

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Balloon Adventures 

 

The children in Year R were very excited to receive some letters in the post this week. They were even more excited to find out how far their '60th birthday celebration' balloons had travelled. 

A busy week!

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The reception children have been busy this week with a trip to the church for our harvest festival and a visit from poet Brian Moses! The harvest festival was a great success and we would like to thank everyone for their kind donations. 

Act of Kindness

 

 

As part of our 60th birthday celebrations, Year R decided to surprise residents at a local care home with some treats. They enjoyed handing out flowers and cakes and talking to the residents. They even sang some songs which the residents enjoyed joining in with.

Why not help your child master their handwriting at home?

 

Downloadable handwriting lines

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