I was so proud and a little moved at the pantomime this afternoon as the children enjoyed it so much.
They threw themselves into the spirit of the pantomime, cheering and shouting and dancing along.
The smiles on their faces were an absolute picture and so many children said thank you at end. It was lovely!
Thank you to everyone who has donated gifts. Our hamper is looking a little empty so please keep the pink donations coming. Pink smarties, pink soap, pink wine, pink gloves… Anything pink is welcome.
We are also still collecting £1 donations for the wellness Christmas gift appeal and dunelm shoe box appeal, two worthy causes. If you’re able, please dig deep!
My sides are aching from giggling so much. It’s fair to say that everyone loves Lemi the lemur! Thank you to Mrs Coward for organising and to the children for being amazing!
Our postcard went to Kobin today for working hard. He tried to write the graphemes he knew. Well done Kobin.
In Foundation 1, we are decorating our classroom with our tree and decorations ready for Christmas.
Today we have met another author, as part of our Great Green Read, Holly Webb. She has shared her story about a little dog who fell in a river. We even got to ask a question and found out that Holly’s favourite animal is a snow leopard (after her cats). We’ve been learning about how we can keep rivers and the environment clean. Look out for her book, it’s lovely!
These postcard winners have been patiently waiting since last week for their blog so huge apologies!
Everybody worked so hard last week, during our assessment week. Johnny and Jerzie really stood out and impressed me with how hard they worked and how sensible they both were. Well done both of you!
Yesterday we made some lovely Christmas cards. We’re not ready to unveil them yet. You’ll have to wait till Christmas but here are some little teasers.