We finally got to perform at Young Voices last night, with 120 other schools and 6000 children in total. We had a fantastic time and made our singing teachers very proud in terms of our performance but also our impeccable behaviour!
Well done to all the choir children for your committment and effort that you have put into learning the songs. Hopefully you’re not too tired today!
Please note that our Thursday afterschool rehearsals will stop and we will begin again on Thursday lunchtimes after the half term break where the choir will open up to new members!
Year 6 wanted to reach out to our wider community to raise awareness for Mental Health and the support that’s available should you feel you need it. They created posters around the theme ‘Tackling Loneliness Together‘ and put them up in our local area.
We could not be any more proud of our Year 6 children; they have approached this week with enthusiasm, determination and resilience showing how much they have matured as learners and what fabulous individuals they all are.
Well done, Year 6!
Praying for all of our Year 6 children today as they begin their week of SATs.
They’ve all worked so hard and we are already so proud of the commitment and resilience they have shown this year. We know they will give them their best shot and continue to make us all, and themselves, extremely proud!
You’ve got this, Year 6. Keep shining bright and smiling!
Chill Out Day
PS. To celebrate the end of SATs week and to give the children a well-deserved break, we will be having a chill-out day on Friday 13th May. Year 6 are invited to come into school wearing their pyjamas or comfies ready for a day of movies and time enjoying each others’ company outside (weather permitting!).
This week in Nursery we have been lookingt at and naming the different parts of a flower. We have also enjoyed making and painting them so we can make a flower gallery in Nursery. Today we have planted tomato plants and we have started to plant sunflower seeds which we are very excited about caring for and watching them grow. In the next couple of weeks we are aiming to plant carrots, corgettes and sweetcorn. Our beautiful Spring flowers that we grew have now died back and we would like to plant flowers for the Summer, so any donations of bedding plants for our Nursery pots would be very welcome!
A huge thank you to those who have already donated so generously to our walk against hunger campaign that we completed during the days of Lent. Just a reminder that these donations will be sent next week so please send in what you can.
The children walked over 200km around our playground over the 4 weeks of Lent and spent time reflecting on their own relationship with God as well as gaining a sense of empathy for those in our global community who must walk over 5km a day just to get food and water. Some classes took the challenge to the next level and walked barefoot! A beautiful testament to the lives of others.
Thank you in advance for supporting your children who undertook this wonderful challenge in aid of CAFOD.
We are very excited to share that we will be singing at the Maudslay on Friday 6th May to raise money for the coach to take us to Young Voices. We will be singing through some of the Young Voices songs (so you get a sneak preview!!). All family members are welcome and please spread the word!
See you there,
A huge well done to all of the Year 6 children who took part in this evening’s ‘Speed Sainting’ and a massive thank you to all of our parents, families and staff who came along to make the event the success it was.