Our Book Fair is beginning this week in the school hall, Wednesday 20th March- Wednesday 27th March.
The times it will be open in the school hall will be as follows:
Wednesday 20th: 3.15-3.45
Thursday 21st: 3.15-3.45
Friday 22nd: 3.15-3.45
Monday 25th: 8.20-8.45 & 3.15-3.45
Tuesday 26th: 3.15-3.45
Wednesday 27th: 8.20-8.45
Please do come along and support this venture. There will be books on sale from £2.99 and each child will receive a £1.00 World Book Day token to put towards the cost. School will receive commission from sales to purchase books fro class libraries.
Many thanks in advance.
Thank you for your donation of cakes and gifts towards our celebrations. The children looked and sang beautifully. We have had a lovely morning.
We will be designing and making cars this week and would be grateful for any boxes or cartons you have finished with.
This week is British Science Week.
British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. The theme this year is JOURNEYS.
To celebrate, we have lots of exciting things coming up over the next two weeks, such as creating our own class question and going on a journey to find out the answer to it, creating posters to enter the annual BSA competition, taking part in a whole school quiz and of course a little bit of fancy dress to end it all on Friday 22nd March!
Please keep checking the blog to find out what we get up to!
This week we looked at how we make pancakes. In literacy we wrote the list of ingredients and instructions of how we make pancakes. Unfortunately Mrs Jilks didn’t follow them correctly and made the oil too hot. This set off the fire alarms and we had a trip to the top of the playground. It was all good practise!
In mathematics we have been working on the language of time. We were so good we went on to looking at o’clock and half past on the clock face.
We went to church with our prayer friends on Ash Wednesday and were really well behaved during the service. Well done to all.
Thursday we all dressed up for book week and completed fun activities around books.
We ended the week looking at different types of technology and talking about what we use them for.
Lorcan, James and Pierce led a beautiul and well-prepared prayer service for Year 6 and Reception today.
They explained clearly to their prayer friends what Lent is all about it, read and explained relevant scripture and included some lovely prayers. They were also given the chance to discuss what they had decided to give up this Lent. Reception listened so well and were able to answer lots of questions after.
Both classes really enjoy this special time they spend together every week.
Tuesday 26th February
World Book Day!
Thursday 7th March is World Book Day; a day to help to foster a love of reading in our children. To celebrate this day at All Souls’, we have decided to have a dress up and activity day. Children are invited to dress up as a book character for the day (teaching staff will also be dressing up as a character from their favourite book!). During the course of the day, children will take part in a variety of activities both in their classrooms and across school.
Our annual competition this year is for children to produce a representation of their favourite story on a rock (think Isla’s Stones or Allesley Rocks). The rocks need to be brought into school on World Book Day and will be displayed in the hall for all children to view. A winner will be chosen from each class, and they will receive a £5.00 book token.
From Wednesday 20th-26th March we are holding a Scholastic Book Fair, in the school hall, where children and their families can browse and purchase books from £2.99. Children will also have been given a £1.00 Book Token to spend. Once we have made £300 worth of sales, school can access at least 25% of the amount to spend on books for our class reading areas. We hope that you will support this venture.
We look forward to seeing the children in their creations!
Thank you for your continuing support,
S.McDevitt & L.Frearson
As we have a few celebrations coming up, we have invited children to come into school in non-uniform on the following dates:
Thursday 7th March – World Book Day – Dressed as their favourite character from a book (£1 donation to the School Building Fund)
Friday 15th March – St Patrick’s Coffee Morning – Dressed in green
(please donate cakes to be sold during the coffee morning)
Friday 22nd March – British Science Week celebration – Dress as crazy/famous Scientists (£1 donation to the School Building Fund)
Please remember, these are all optional but if you do wish to take part, there are some great ideas online that are inexpensive and easy to create.