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.
We will be celebrating British Science Week from the 11th – 15th March 2019.
The theme this year is ‘Journeys’ and it is a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
Throughout the week, we will be doing lots of exploration around the theme of journeys and the Science all around us which will involve a competition too!
On Friday 22nd March, we are inviting children to come into school dressed as a famous of mad Scientist.
On this day, we will also be having a whole school quiz and assembly to announce the competition winners and find out what each class has been up to!
There will also be a Mad Science assembly on Tuesday 5th March for Y1 – Y6 to launch an exciting opportunity to join a Mad Science after school club. Letters outlining the details and cost of this will be sent out following the assembly.
We arrived back this morning to find Liberty Bear with a letter! She told us all about her adventures of Half Term, she even bought us some Irish treats to try! What an exciting start to the week.
The Year One class assembly has been moved from the 12th March to Friday 29th March at 9.15am. All welcome.
Year One were beyond excited as they arrived at school today to see the playground was covered in untouched snow! We decided to brace the cold and wrap up to enjoy the frosty start to our Wednesday. We made snow angels and felt the snow melt on our hands, the children very quickly realised that unfortunately we didn’t; have enough to make a snowman together so instead took to seeing who could make the biggest wings.
The children wrote their names in the snow but the excitement hit a whole other level when they discovered the footprints… We were so excited to find out who the footprints belonged to. The children narrowed it down to 3 culprits. A fox, a cat or a dog? The dog was ruled out because the paw prints were too small. So that left 2 remaining and we couldn’t decide. Until a little visitor decided to pay us a visit and we knew straight away the footprints belonged to them. Ask your children who the footprints belonged to?
Letter and lunch form will be sent out with your children tomorrow. Apologies for the short notice.
A fantastic week to end a long, busy and very successful term. The end of term Mass and carol service followed by our trip to Ash End Farm was a wonderful way to start our week.
We then completed our week with a beautiful prayer service led by the chaplaincy team to remind the children what Christmas is really about.
As a treat for the children we settled in our PJs and watched The Polar Express (chosen by them). We had popcorn, sweets and hot chocolate.
The children were understandably excited so we finished our day by ready our special book that had been delivered by a very special guest, “The night before Christmas”
I just want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your generous gifts and cards, they are very much appreciated. Also to wish you and your families a blessed Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
See you in 2019
Well what a fantastic trip we had today to Ash End Children’s Farm. The rain held off and we were even blessed with a little sunshine for the afternoon. We fed animals, met brand new baby piglets and chicks that were only 3 days old, balanced ‘junior’ chickens on our heads, met Santa’s reindeer, took part in a Nativity with a real life donkey (!), went to Santa’s house and received a lovely gift, ate lunch next to an open fire, measured ourselves next to HUGE Shire horses, saw a young bird of prey on his first practise flight and bounced on a gigantic air pillow! It was a busy, fun-filled day and we all had a great time! Enjoy looking at our pictures below.
The children were absolutely brilliant, well behaved and tried everything even when they were a little nervous. A member of the public commented on how lovely our children were and we agreed proudly, they were a credit to All Souls and their parents.
A lovely way to end a very busy term! Thank you!