This afternoon the whole school had a great time watching a pantomime about Peter Pan. The cast from M+M Theatrical Productions performed the show for the children with great enthusiasm using comedy, music and dancing to entertain. The children I spoke to following the performance were all eager to tell me about their favourite parts.
This week we held our Love in a Box service. It was lovely to see the children putting our value of generosity into action by bringing a gift for children who won’t get anything else this Christmas. The children led us in prayers and singing and Mrs Garrett shared about the 40,000 shoe boxes which … Continue reading
Last week we went out into the playground and collected a variety of leaves. We then looked at the structure of the leaves under magnifying glasses and discussed Autumn as a season and how the leaves change colour and fall from the trees. Then on Wednesday afternoon we put these leaves to another use and … Continue reading
Dear Parents/Carers Welcome back to a busy and fun filled term. It was lovely to see so many of you at parent’s evening and to talk about how well all of your owls have settled in. Our Topic this term is creature homes and pets. We will be taking a look at some of the … Continue reading
This afternoon we participated in a sound workshop. We had headphones and microphones, which picked up the slightest of sounds even our heartbeats! We then got to press some sound buttons that other schools and children had made. It was a very interesting afternoon and was a great way to finish our Science topic of … Continue reading
Many children have been enjoying our new playground enrichment activity boards.
A big thank you to everyone who donated food for the Harvest Festival today, it made a beautiful display at the front of the church for our service. The donations will go to the Rainbow Centre charity Food Stop to help support those in our town who are struggling at the moment. During the service we gave … Continue reading
This morning once again we welcomed Dave Barker from the Cheriton Baptist Church into our Worship. He told us the Bible story about Bartimaeus, who was a blind man who persevered with his quest to meet Jesus and was healed by him.
Today every class was treated to a Tiempo Dance session. It is based on salsa dancing and uses a lot of actions, twists and balance. It was great fun and used up lots of energy!
In Owls this afternoon we discussed how different boats manage to float on the water. We then held an investigation of our own into what items around the room would float or sink. First we made a prediction, next we carried out the experiment and then we wrote the outcome in our books. We were … Continue reading