Wishing all the children and families at All Souls a happy and blessed Easter.
All the staff at All Souls x
All of these eggs (and more on the way) are waiting to be won!
20p a ticket £1.00 a strip. Children can buy these from today until Thursday 11th April. They can buy their tickets in their classrooms from their
Names will be written on the back and will be entered into the draw which will be drawn next Friday (12th April).
The children performed wonderfully this morning in their Mother’s Day assembly. We have attached the video as many of you wished to see it again.
Thank you to all the mothers and relatives who cane along. They were thrilled to see so many of you there and were delighted that you all enjoyed it.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mums, nannies, step mums, foster mums and mums in Heaven. Thank you for all you do!
The children are looking forward to welcoming family and friends along to school to view their projects. The projects have been completed at home and look wonderful- thank you to all parents who have supported this!
The projects will be on display in classrooms and the same as last term, Year 6 will guide family members round.
Tours will be every few minutes from 2.15pm. The last tour will commence at 2.45pm to allow time to organise classes ready for hometime.
We look forward to seeing you all on Friday 🙂
Thank you to all of the children who made fabulous amounts of effort to come into school dressed as mad or famous scientists today and helped us celebrate our love for SCIENCE!
During the last two weeks, we have all been busy being Scientists, researching the answers to questions we wanted to find out, creating posters to celebrate this year’s theme of ‘Journeys’ and also taking part in a whole school quiz!
In a special assembly this afternoon, we got to share what we had been up to with the whole school and award prizes for the quiz winners and poster winners!
Well done to everybody who took part! We really appreciate your efforts and are very thankful for your kind donations too – we raised over £150!
Year 6 sharing their research to create an answer to their big question!
Whole school quiz:
Each class sharing their research questions and answers:
The winners of the poster competition and quiz:
Reception being WOWed by Science!
Year 4 made badges!
A very mysterious morning in Year One. The children arrived this morning to a crime scene. They quickly got to work trying to find clues to discover who had caused such a mess! They worked together to try and explain this odd scene but with no witnesses or CCTV evidence the mystery continues.
I wonder what tomorrow will bring…
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.
A lovely start to our Lenten journey.
This afternoon every child came together in a whole school prayer service. We wrote how we were going to follow in Jesus’ footsteps. We also thought about the sacrifice Jesus made for us and the special people we want to pray for throughout Lent.
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!
An exhausting but exciting week in Year One this week! We started by continuing our work on measure. We began looking at weigh and mass and comparing these different weights. We were shocked to find out that sometimes just because the quantity of an object is more doesn’t mean that it weighs more.
It was Shrove Tuesday this week and to celebrate we had pancakes with an array of different toppings. Despite being disturbed by the fire alarm (Thanks to Mrs Jilks) the children enjoyed the pancakes and began to talk about what we were going to go without during Lent.
On Wednesday we had our Ash Wednesday mass and the children were fantastic! It was a bit longer than our normal mass but we got ashes placed on our head. We had a very special prayer service where we locked away the special word and decided who our special intentions would be during Lent.
We celebrated World Book Day on Thursday and the children all looked wonderful in their costumes. The children had the chance to go and share a book with different teachers and mixed classes where they completed different tasks. The children also completed a huge collaborative colouring project for WBD that we are hoping to put display once we’ve found the right space for it.
Today we spent the morning making cakes using the skills we had learnt in maths this week. The children had different ingredients in bags and they had to weigh the correct amount that the ingredients told them. The children were great and could even use a measuring jug to get to 450ml. We had our fingers crossed that we had got the measurements right so we could eat the yummy cakes in the afternoon.
A great week! If any outstanding Mummy and me pictures could be in by next Friday that would be great.
Have a lovely weekend!