What a wonderful morning for our Wonders of the World exhibition! It was amazing to see so many children showing off their incredible hard work and learning from over the last two terms. We were really impressed to see that children had gone away and explored so many different Wonders that we had not covered within class.
On Wednesday night children and families packed the King’s Hall for our annual Music Extravaganza. It was a magical night which showcased the amazing talent of so many children. A big thank you must go to Mr Miles who put the event together.
Year 5 invited many parents and carers in on Friday 14th December to share the 'Survival' projects that the children had worked hard on over the last two terms. There were projects about Arctic animals, ancient frogs, humans and the planet.
Year 3 thoroughly enjoyed showing off their amazing projects. We were wowed by the variety of pieces and the effort which had gone into them. The projects displayed included quizzes, beautifully displayed information and massive models!
Year 6 had the opportunity to demonstrate their superb model-making and research skills on the morning of their Great Exhibition when they displayed their homework projects. It was great to see the care and attention to detail that each child had taken with their models and written reports. Children had chosen the area of Victorian life that most interested them; this ranged from the development of the railway to the most delicious Victorian sponges (which were extremely popular!)