The children in the Nursery have been learning about super heroes and how they help people. They really enjoyed dressing up as their favorite superhero and trying “Superhero Salad” and “Superhero Soup”.
Last week both schools in our Federation took part in sign2sing. It’s a world record attempt to get the largest number of people ever to sing and sign at the same time and it’s organised by Sign Health to raise awareness of the number of hearing impaired people who use sign language as their only means of communication.
Over 600 of us squashed into the Infants School hall to sing and sign the songs. Everyone sang ‘Get Up and Sign’, followed by the Juniors singing ‘As One’ and finally the Infants sang ‘Go Bananas’. It was a fantastic effort from everyone and we all learned quite a lot of sign language as well as raising £250 for Sign Health. Well done everyone!
All Saints kindly invited Year 5 to their French village and to have a science lesson in the laboratory, using specialist equipment. The children practised their French by ordering food in the cafe, speaking to the villagers and buying groceries and clothes from the village shops.
]In Science, the children became forensic scientists, using Bunsen burners to identify different materials. Our children had a fantastic time and learnt a lot during their visit. Thank you to the All Saints students and teachers for having us.
Class 9 recently celebrated the Chinese New Year. Al the children either dressed up in red as it is a lucky colour in China or they wore Chinese clothes. Parents helped by bringing in Chinese food and helped to serve it to the children. All the children had to try to eat the food with chopsticks even Mrs Sonner had a try!
The children took part in a Dragon dance and Mr Saunders gave out lucky red envelopes with real money in them!
This term, the children in Year 4 are writing fantasy stories, so we have been decorating the classrooms to inspire the children. Pictured here is 4P’s TARDIS makeover. The class have been flying around the dimensions of time and space, visiting alien worlds and key figures from British history, which is helping to inspire their writing.
This is our Reception Christmas performance. It was all about christmas this year. We sang and danced and all joined in to create a super nativity scene at the end.
We hope that everyone who came to watch enjoyed it because everyone certainly enjoyed performing it. Merry Christmas to everyone from the Reception team.
Our school choir had a very busy week last week entertaining various groups in the local community with their lovely singing. On Tuesday they visited Beachview Close followed by the Housewives Club, on Wednesday they entertained at all Saints Mothers Union Christmas Lunch and on Thursday they sang at Hope Church Christmas Tree Festival. Our school band also played in Hope Church. Well done to all the singers, instrumentalists and those who sang solos and in small groups. They have all worked really hard to learn their parts and they sounded wonderful.
The children are now preparing for our school Carol Service on Tuesday December 17th in All Saints Church at 6.30. Please come along and support the choir as well as Year 4 Music Club and the School Band. You can listen to a recording of Carol of the Bells Christmas by clicking here.
On Tuesday, 3 November 2013, Year 5 went to see the Year 2s at the Infant School. They showed the Year 2s their presentations about the planets. Year 5 were very brave. Most of the Year 2s asked brilliant questions, some of them asked questions that Year 5 didn’t even know! Year 5 are very thankful that Year 2 were such a brilliant audience for them. Report written by Erin Gray 5S.
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