This week was World Book Day and I must say that the costumes were out of this world. I know this day can be a challenge each year to think of new ideas, but I was so impressed so thank you. As part of the World Book day, the children were able to bring in a scene from a book in any medium. There were some great ideas from painting on pebbles to scenes in boxes or jars from a variety of books. Well done to all the children who took part and congratulations to Loveday, Jacob H, Rose and Theo for being the class winners and winning a £5 book token.
Unfortunately we have had to close today due to the adverse weather conditions and several staff not being able to get to school.We will re-open on Monday 4th February at 08:40.
Yesterday Toby, Jacob, Charlie, Oakleigh, Joe, Ryan, Carys, Annabelle, Jessica, Sasha, Cecily, Phoebe, Megan, Diya, Reilly, Bella, Nola, Marcie and Angelina , Mrs Eade and I headed off to the Genting Arena in Birmingham for the eagerly anticipated Young Voices concert. We had been busy learning the songs and all the dance moves to join the other 7000 children. As always a highlight for me is to watch the Urban Strides group dance on stage – they are amazing and I certainly enjoy trying some of the actions with the songs as well as the electric atmosphere when the lights go out and the children let out a huge scream.
The whole school enjoyed a tasty Christmas lunch today.Thank you so much Gemma for all your hard work – lunch was amazing!
On Thursday Revd. Sue led our special assembly in the Abbey to present our Poppy Banner. It was a very moving time especially hearing the names of soldiers from the village who lost their lives during the wars.