Christmas Art transforms school
We are getting into the spirit of Christmas...
Yesterday was our annual Christmas Art Day when everyone spends the day creating wonderful displays to prepare school for the coming celebrations. Miss Waters' class made a Nativity scene, Mrs Ludford's children made shepherds, Y3/4 made angels and Y5/6 made the Three Kings. Each child has also made an individual star with a refection inspired by the theme of 'Shining a Light of Kindness at Christmas'. Parents and carers will have the opportunity to admire the children's work at the Open Afternoon which takes place next Friday 9th December.
Meanwhile, we have welcomed Paralympian and Inspire+ Ambassador, Sam Ruddock into school. Sam is an old friend of ours and the children thoroughly enjoyed his latest presentation 'Getting the Juice'.
Miss Johnston and Miss Tropeano's class had great fun making wraps this week. They made their own tortilla wraps and then chose suitable fillings for their chosen recipient as part of their Design Technology project. The children each made two wraps: one to evaluate (eat!) and one to take home; I am told that feedback was very positive so well done everyone!
It is incredible to think that we have just two more weeks before the end of term. The diary is crammed with excitement, so please keep an eye on the dates published on this website to keep abreast of what is going on.