On Tuesday 13th November all the children in Key Stage 1 visited the Yorkshire Wildlife Park as part of their topic on animals and their habitats. Everyone had a great day of learning and fun. They saw lots of interesting animals and even had time for a play in the soft play area.
On Friday 9th November the School Council led a special Remembrance Assembly to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. Everyone listened carefully to the readings and joined in singing our Remembrance song – ‘We will remember’. As part of the assembly –the poppies that the children had made, were collected and displayed during a minute’s silence.
Our first enrichment week this year was all about how to stay fit and healthy. It was a truly amazing week. During the week we all took part in the daily mile- 9 laps round the field! Children had the opportunity to try a range of activities including an energetic Zumba session, yoga and other sports. We also had the chance to experience some ‘ mindfulness’ sessions. Children in key stage 1 had a visit from a dentist and learnt how to look after their teeth. It was a brilliant week. Well done everyone!
Welcome to our Christmas Card Project which we are once again undertaking with Art Projects for Schools Ltd (APFS).
The artwork your child has created will be accurately reproduced in full colour onto Christmas cards that are available in packs of 12. Additional items are also available such as wrapping paper, packs of 6 larger gloss coated Christmas cards and packs of 12 folded gift tags. The quality of reproduction is excellent as is the quality of the cards; samples are available to view in the school reception.
There is no obligation to purchase these cards and should you decide not to, there is no need to return the artwork to school.
Should you decide to order, simply visit www.apfsorders.co.uk and input the unique code found on the form on the reverse of your child’s artwork.