Singing and signing club

During lunchtimes, Mrs Betteridge, one of our LSAs, has been teaching some of our year 5s sign language. They learned to sing and sign to a song. They sang  Like a Bridge over Troubled Water and signed the words in assembly. It was incredibly moving and brought a tear to our eyes. Well done Year 5- it was fantastic. Mrs Betteridge is going to continue the club and is looking for new recruits!

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World Book Day Thursday 8th March

As school was shut due to the snow, World book was postponed for a week. Yesterday, we were overwhelmed by the effort that so many children made with their costumes- from Roald Dahl characters to Where's Wally, from  superheroes to aging Grannies, from Harry Potters to Fairy tale characters  it was incredible. Thank you so much everyone- you looked magnificent.

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Come and do maths

On Wednesday 7th March to celebrate International Maths day, we invited parents to 'come and do' maths with their children. There was a huge buzz around the school and so much maths was being completed. Thank you to all of the parents who came and joined in with their child. One parent in year 4 said 'I haven't had so much fun in ages. Thank you'

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M and M Theatre

 Wednesday 28th February, the school were treated to a performance of the Secret Garden by M and M Theatre Company. The children  really enjoyed the performance. After the show, Year 6 were shown around the set, shown how the special effects were created and were able to ask the cast lots of questions.

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World Book Day Scavenger Hunt

Congratulations to all the children and parents who took part in our World Book Day Scavenger Hunt! Over 20 groups braved the cold and took part in the hunt to discover the teacher's favourite books.

The winner will be pulled out of a hat on Thursday. Good Luck!

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