Parents, carers and friends of the Year 4 children enjoyed their sharing assembly, on Friday 28 February. Thanks to all those who attended as the children love it when they have an audience for their events. The Gruffalos (in Year 1) are on the rampage and it is really concerning for all the Year 1 children. How are they managing to get into the lunch hall, unseen, and get lunches? How are they playing the keyboards and climbing up the wall bars? It is a real mystery. Year 1 are writing all about their adventures...all week during the week beginning 3 March, 2014. If YOU see those Gruffalos out of the Year 1 area...do please let a member of the Year 1 team know. Those Gruffalos really should not be allowed to rampage wherever they choose!!!
You will notice (soon) that there will be a tab on this page which will take you straight to the eggs...and eventually the chicks...which are being delivered to the Nursery on Monday 3 March. Watching the birth and development of the chicks, last year, caused such excitement so I hope everyone will enjoy seeing the wonder of this marvellous event again, this year. The camera on the chicks is called the 'Hatchcam'.
On Thursday 27 February Magda Sikora, from 'Sustrans' talked to Year 4 and Year 5 about how energy can be generated using pedal power.
World Book Day is on Thursday 6 March and the the closing date for the decorated pillow case entries i Tuesday 4 March. The same deadline is in place for you to send in the photographs of reading in an unusual place! If children haven't done a decorated pillow case....yet...or taken a photo of themselves reading in an unusualy place...there is still time (if yyou are reading this on Monday 3 March)!
Isn't it lovely that the weather seems to be getting warmer and we are putting the dark days of winter behind us?? Let's hope, one day soon, the rain will stop falling too! The worst announcement to make on the tannoy is, 'Wet playtime...or lunchtime!'
A big thankyou to all those in Year 3 and 4 who contributed to the recent cake sale, which raised just over £200. The 'Movie Night' raised just under £500 and everyone who attended really seemed to enjoy themselves. Mrs Pearson and Mrs Carns are busy organising the next event so watch this space!