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Monthly Archives: March 2015
On 19th March, the winning House Team – Knox – went to W5. The youngest to the oldest enjoyed engaging in many interactive activities! After, they were treated to lunch.
We would like to thank everyone who supported this fundraiser and made it such a success!
Hebrews 6:10 ~ “For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have shewed toward his name. . .”
On World Book Day, Anne of Green Gables and Maid Marian welcomed lots of book characters to their celebrations. Each character retold his/her story using a book or props. There were roses, suitcases, baskets – and even Paddington’s marmalade sandwiches to sample!
Then, they had surprise visitors! Two newborn lambs were brought in by a pupil’s Mum for a cuddle and a little bottle-feed.
Later, Years 3+4 acted out their fractured fairy-tale play, ‘Beauty and the Beast’, using dramatic voices, etc. as they had been taught in ‘Talking and Listening.’ Pupils then engaged in creative activities: designing a national book token for a World Book Day Competition and decorating Frozen buns.
After, pupils wrote about their “bullseye”/favourite activity of the day on arrows, to stick to Marian’s target. The special day ended with Maid Marian giving each pupil chocolate coins in a ‘Medieval purse’.
I was Oliver from ‘Oliver Twist’. In the afternoon we dressed up and got a snack at the end.
I was Princess Kate of Cambridge. I chose her because she is famous and I have the clothes that she would wear. I had a mask that every one thought was scary! My favourite part was talking about ‘myself’.
I was Spider-Man on World Book Day. It was fun! My favourite part was showing every body who I was. At the end we got to eat some food and then we went home in our costumes.
I dressed up as Mandie Shaw for World Book Day. Mandie books are my favourite books because Mandie and Celia are always solving mysteries. I also liked listening to other people talking about themselves. I didn’t like getting my photo taken though!
I was Mariella. I brought a book called ‘Mariella Mystery Investigates A Cupcake Conundrum’. I also brought my cooking set and a chocolate cupcake. The best part of the day was seeing every ones costumes.The book was about a girl called Mariella. She has to make a normal cupcake (that was the chocolate one) but also a mystery one.
I dressed up as Heidi because I could not think of anything else! I wore pink shoes and a dress and shirt. In my story, I didn’t think that grandpa wanted me there and I did not want to stay but after a while I wanted to stay.
In March, Year 5 pupils enjoyed a visit from a fireman, who talked about hazards and fire safety in the home. After, they participated in a question and answer session.
Each pupil received a fire safety pack with games, information leaflets and worksheets. To thank the fireman for his visit, the class presented him with a handmade card to show their appreciation.