Year Three was buzzing with excitement on Thursday afternoon. The Life in the Freezer topic was coming to an end with a celebratory exhibition of the children's projects they created at home! Full to bursting, the classrooms were only just large enough to hold the wonderful work. Standing next to towering penguins, displays of the sea world, geographical models and powerpoint projects on the classroom screen, the children proudly discussed their projects.
This week, Year 5 had their exhibitions for the Tudor projects they had been working on. They invited parents/carers of the children to come and explore the cruel Tudor world that they had learnt all about.
On Wednesday evening we held our annual Music Extravaganza at the King’s Hall.
This year’s title was ‘Santa on Tour’ and the story unfolded with music, drama and dance inspired from different countries of the world.
The King’s Hall was full to bursting with children and families all enjoying the performances of so many children including our Orchestra, Rock School, Jazz band, Samba band, Year 6 band and our amazing choir. Our Scottish Country Dancers, and individual dance performances brought another level to the event through their routines which involved some complicated moves and a lot of energy! Woven through, our Drama club children kept the audience entertained with their ‘Elf’ jokes – who knew there were so many?!
Today we supported Christmas Jumper Day. Every child wore a festive jumper to school and in return gave a donation to Save the Children. There was a real Christmassy atmosphere in school and some amazing jumpers with lights, bells tunes playing. We are delighted to be able to announce that we raised £360.
On Friday 15th December, Year 6 invited parents, carers and the Year 5 children to attend their Great Exhibition.
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