November 16th 2018
On Friday 16th November, the pupils and staff celebrated Children In Need day. School Council led the morning assembly and helped to organise the day. The theme was 'Crazy Hair' and the children really did go that extra mile to showcase their crazy hair. A huge thank you to everyone's super efforts to raise awareness of Children In Need.
On Friday 23rd March the staff and pupils took part in a danceathon in aid of Sport Relief 2018. Staff and pupils were encouraged to dress up in their sportiest outfits and show of their best dance moves! Everyone involved had a great time and really looked the part, dancing along to their favourite music.
Quotes form the children:
'The best bit was the music. I love 'Let It Go'.
'We did our best silly dancing, it was the Chicken Dance!'
'The teachers looked really good'.
'It was kind of fun because I could exercise'.
'My favourite song was Katy Perry'
We are very proud to confirm that the total we raised for Sports Relief was £73.47. Special thanks to our School Council who conducted the Sport Relief assembly — we are very proud of you. Thanks again to families who made such kind donations.
School council sold daffodil pins during the school day to raise money for Marie Curie. A suggested donation of £1.00 helped to raise money for a very worthwhile cause.
Wednesday 13th December was Christmas Lunch and Christmas Jumper day. The children and staff excelled themselves with a variety of designs from Santa and Rudolph to Buddy The Elf. This was followed by a fabulous Christmas lunch which was a hit with the children and staff. A big thanks to all the children and adults who made the day a success. School Council donated the money raised to 'Save the Children'.
Thank you to parents/carers who helped us to support this worthwhile cause.
The children and staff looked great in their spotty clothes! A big thank you to everyone who sent cakes in for our bake sale - the cakes were fantastic!
A special thanks to Reverend Nick Watson who delivered our school Remembrance assembly. This allowed children across the school time to think about those who lost their lives during World War I, as well as reflecting on the servicemen and women who have also fought and given their lives for our country.
Thank you to our children from the School Council who shared some meaningful poems to remind us of the importance of why we wear poppies on this day.