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We all had great fun taking part in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.  It was very funny and we were all a bit hoarse by the end of it... Oh yes we were!


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The children in reception performed their Nativity play 'Little Angel Gets Her Wings' to their parents and families. They worked so hard in the lead up to their performance and it really paid off. The children acted their parts really well and sang beautifully, we were extremely  proud of them.

Nativity Play

Reception have been experimenting with different media. They have been using watercolours to paint still life. They looked carefully at the plants’ colours and shapes and tried their best to recreate the​m. 

Still Life Paintings Phonics and Cursive on the iPads

Reception have been busy on the tablets. They have been developing their computing skills and letter formation on the iPads. 

On the last day of the Autumn term, the whole school, from Reception to Year 6 showcased the songs that they had been learning during the term. It was a raucous celebration which enabled all in attendance - especially the teachers - to rejoice in the Christmas spirit. 

Singing Assembly PC Doris Reception Visit

We were all very excited to have a visit from a police officer.  PC Doris taught us all about how the police protect and help us.

On Wednesday, 28th March KS1 had a very special afternoon. We all put on our Easter Bonnets and paraded around the hall! The Easter Bunny even came! He was so impressed by all of our bonnets. He couldn't choose the winners so he had to ask our teachers to help him! 

Easter Parade

We had great fun dressing up as book characters on World Book Day! The Willy Wonkas made us all hungry for chocolate and the Harry Potters didn’t turn any of the teachers into frogs! Phew! By the way... has anyone seen Wally?

World Book Day