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!
The children in our school are placed in one of four teams (Air, Earth, Fire and Water), and each team has within it a mixture of children from our youngest to our oldest. To brighten our hall we worked in our teams to create displays featuring our hand prints. The boards look fantastic!
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Comenius Project In September 2010 Ms Surridge and Mrs Ackerman visited Sweden to prepare the way for a trip next February when we plan to take around 8 pupils to Vasteras.
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Welcome to our new site. I do hope you will find it a useful means of gathering information about our school, hearing about our successes and catching up with our latest news. Rather surprisingly, the ‘switch over’ took place 48 hours earlier than expected, so a few elements still require a ‘tweak’, including photos and…
Children from North Nibley, Blue Coat, British, Kingswood and KLB performed a number of pieces in St Mary’s Church, Wotton-Under-Edge tonight. Sadly I couldn’t get a good photo of the choir but I managed to record the orchestra. Turn your speakers on!