Today some of the children in Reception enjoyed learning how to make healthy pizza muffins. They had a great time learning and applying cookery skills. If your child took part can they show you how to make them again at home? All children will have a turn at a cooking delicious pizzas.. some today and some after half term.
Please could all the children in Year 3 bring in as many empty cardboard food packages as they can (preferably cereal boxes) for Monday 27th or Tuesday 28th for their DT Roman project.
It would be helpful to bring as many as you possibly can please.
Thank you Year 3 team.
Miss Clay’s class- Alisha for always trying her hardest and for being such a lovely member of the class!
Mrs Thomas’ class- Frazer for making such a huge effort with handwriting and persevering! 😊
Mr Banfield’s class- Daniel for being extremely reflective about his learning across the curriculum and finding countless opportunities to impress!
Miss Myler’s class- Logan for being really switched on for our tricky fractions lessons.
Mr Jackson’s class- Lola for always giving 100% effort in class and impeccable behaviour at all times.
Mrs McLaughlin/ Ms Pablos’ class- Izabel for reading at home every night and being a hardworking and lovely member of our class.
Miss Macfarlane’s class- Olly for his improved attitude towards completing homework and reading at home.
Mrs Trevor’s class- Riley for is determination and positive attitude to all areas of learning this week, even at home which is a huge improvement. We have noticed a massive difference in him. Very proud of you Riley.
Miss Newport’s class- Gracja for putting 100% effort into all of her learning.
Miss Jones’ class- T-J for 100% enthusiasm in all areas of his learning and being a fantastic friend to all.
Miss Hailey’s class- Emilio for his enthusiasm and engagement in our new Great Fire of London topic. He has been listening very well!
Miss McCullagh’s class- James for fantastic effort both in and out of school this week. He has been working so hard in all lessons and has even gone the extra mile with his work at home!
Mrs Plimmer’s class- Max for following Smart Code in the Den all week
Year 1,2,3 Star Reader- Tori
Year 4,5,6 Star Reader- Iwan
The children this morning have been working really hard on their reading. Each child was asked to put their word into a sentence, making sure they understood what it meant. We had some fantastic replies, Logan said ” you can tip the tea pot for tea in the cup” and Theo said ” a pit is where you put your rubbish”
As a school, we like to plan one whole school charitable event each year. We wanted to support a local charity and one that lots of our families could relate to. Everyone knows someone who has either passed as a result of cancer, or who is at this moment still battling on with this horrendous disease. Our local Severn Hospice does a tremendous job supporting patients and their families at this stressful time. Over 400 children and many staff, parents and volunteers gathered sponsors and then set off around Apley Woods on their sponsored walk. The Nursery children joined in too! They used the school grounds to complete their walk. They each took with them a wooden sponsor token which we have now had created into our ‘Hospice Heart’, which is displayed in school. As part of this event we had donated to school, over 400 hedgerow saplings each one representing a child at our school and a precious life. This ‘Hedgerow of life’ has now been planted on our school boundary and will act as a permanent reminder of the event. We knew that people would donate generously to such a worthy cause, but were overwhelmed with the generosity of our community, with the final total being an amazing £7,143.40.
The children have been working really hard in nursery. They have been making lots of things from Christmas cards to send home, tree decorations, crackers and their very own special letters to Santa Claus 🎅