The children had a wonderful world book day – they all looked amazing in their costumes!! The children spent the day reading their favourite books with friends, teachers and their grown ups, telling each other made up stories from their head and even using puppets to retell their favourite stories!
In the afternoon, the children also had the opportunity to share a book with some of the older children who very kindly came down to read with them – the children really loved this!!
A very many apologies for the late post (we have had a few technical issues with the blog!) On Shrove Tuesday the children were thrilled to find out that they would be making their very own pancakes! They worked really hard to measure out and mix their own ingredients together. Once their pancakes were cooked the children were able to choose their own topping combinations (jam and golden syrup seemed to be a firm favourite!!). Some children even tried writing down their pancake recipes!
Last week the children were very surprised when they arrived at school and discovered that the role play area had been transformed into a café! The children got straight to work cooking food, writing menu’s, taking orders, and even giving change to customers!
Mr Flanagan himself even popped in for a sandwich and he said it was delicious! (even if it was £30!!!).
Just a quick note to say that the Year R liturgy (originally scheduled for February 28th) has been re-scheduled to a later date. We will of course let you know the new date a bit closer to the time.
We do apologise for any inconvenience caused because of this.
The Year R team.
Soon we will be holding our second family learning workshop for all parents and children in Reception; this time the focus is writing!
The session will take place in the school hall on Friday 17th February 2017 at 2:30pm.
We strongly urge you to join us in the school hall for a fun and interactive session for parents and children.
The Year R Team.
The children really enjoyed our visit to St Michaels and All Angels Church. Father Gerard really enjoyed answering the children’s questions about the life of a Priest and the Church. Father Gerard also very kindly gave us a tour of the Church.
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is Children In Need Day. Remember to wear spotty clothes if you can. All donations welcome!