Once again the juniors worked their magic, enchanting the audiences with their rendition of ‘Aladdin Trouble’. Once again there was abundant talent on display – dancing, acting and singing (in 3 part harmonies!) and we were able to share out some of the lead roles. This year the costumes were simply scrumptious, and great fun was had with the props! Congratulations go to all the performers, and the committed staff who work so hard to pull it all together. One of the most precious comments received this year was the one that said. “You can tell from the children’s response to the staff how much they appreciate all that is done for them.” It’s lovely being appreciated, and absolutely our pleasure to help the children on to their success. I believe we were just in time to make the press for ‘On The Edge’ too – in colour no less!
On Wednesday 25th the children from Class 4 spent 25 minutes talking to children and teachers from Bulgaria. The children exchanged questions about their favourite foods, sport, pop music and clubs. They also showed their art work to one another. This work is being carried out in 10 schools across Europe.
Archery Team The mixed Y5/6 team consisted of Dylan, Spencer, Libby, Jordan, Jack, Leah, Nieve, Holly and Amelia. Libby and Spencer also took part in the individual’s competition. Millie said “Some of us had butterflies in our stomach when we first arrived, because it was the County Finals.” Holly agreed that “It meant…
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Book TitleGoodnight Mister Tom Author Michelle Magorian Review byNieve Year Group 5 Book Review A little boy called Willie Beech is moved to the country as war is breaking out.He is placed with Tom Oakley,a widower. You go along with Willie as he enters school,makes new friend,learns to read,write and discover hidden talents. Some bits…
Lowry Day, February 2012