A very busy but exciting week in Year One. We started with our trip to the cinema to see Ferdinand with Year Two. The children were all brilliantly behaved and were an absolute credit to the school.
We arrived on Tuesday to a very special delivery. Freezing cold and straight from the South Pole! Penguin Small had written to us and let us know all about his life.
We continued to learn more about addition in maths and will be moving on to subtraction next week.
On Friday we got spotty for Pudsey. We arrived at school to find Liberty Bear and Pudsey had been very helpful and added a little sparkle to our Diva Lamps.
The children will get their spellings on Monday as they didn’t go out today.
Have a lovely weekend!
Miss Corkerry x
Thank you to the School Council for their informative assembly about anti-bullying today. They showed us that by ‘choosing respect’, we can stamp out bullying for good!
On Monday 12th, Year 1 and Year 2 are walking to the Odeon Cinema.
The children should come to school in their school uniform as normal. We ask that all children arrive at school at 8:30am as we will need to leave at 8:45am prompt. We will be back in time for lunchtime. We will provide the children with a small bag of sweets to enjoy at the cinema.
Remember that this Monday (12th) is ‘Odd Socks Day’ to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week.
Children are invited to come into school wearing odd socks (the weirder and wackier the better) to show that although we are all different, we are all worth the same and should be treated equally.
I know it seems early but…
The dates for this year’s nativity are as follows:
Tuesday 11th December at 1:15 pm
Wednesday 12th December at 9:15 am
We look forward to seeing you there!
On the morning of Monday 12th November, Years 1 and 2 will be walking to the Odeon Cinema (at the Skydome) to watch a screening of ‘Ferdinand’ as part of the Into Film Festival. This festival is a free, nationwide celebration of film & education for children and so this trip comes at no cost to yourselves. The film is rated ‘U’.
The children should come to school in their school uniform as normal. We ask that all children arrive at school at 8:30am on this day, as we will need to leave at 8:45am prompt. We will be back in time for lunchtime. We will provide the children with a small bag of sweets to enjoy at the cinema.
Well it has been a very busy week but the children have been brilliant! The week started off with a special visit and some absolutely beautiful art work with cotton buds not paint brushes! The children created their very own autumn trees and chose autumnal colours to show their falling leaves.
We continue to work on our fine motor skills and had some new activities to complete to help us with our handwriting and a new dough disco song too!
The chaplaincy team gave a beautiful reflective prayer service about the importance of being compassionate and living to others. The children behaved brilliantly.
Our week ended with the celebration of harvest where we dressed in our brightest colours. Thank you so much to all of you who donated food and money for CAFOD, it is very much appreciated.
We did need a bit of relaxation time as the week has been a hectic one so we ended the week with some down time in our classroom.
Thank you for your well wishes
Thankfully back and fighting fit!
Have a restful weekend
What a wonderful celebration of harvest but also our wonderfully generous school community. We brightened up our school in our multi colours and brought our food donations as well as CAFOD donation with us. We took part in an assembly to allow the children to see where all their money goes to. We spoke about the importance of sharing the message of peace and not just giving our money but giving our prayers to others.
The chaplaincy team worked hard all day from bagging up all the donations, handing out prayer cards and counting our total amount raised. They also made a very special trip to the Coventry Food bank and got to walk around and see the different things that the foodbank needs as well as find out more about how we can help further.
The winners of the competition will be announced in the assembly on Monday.
The total raised so far stands at just over £190! So thank you very much!
Many thanks for all your donations, they are really appreciated.
Have a lovely weekend
We have spent the last few weeks celebrating God’s creation. Look how wonderful our artwork is!