Category Archives: Key Stage 1

The Nativity, Nick Sharratt and a delicious Christmas Dinner

This very unusual term is rapidly drawing to a close and as we race at a socially distanced but break-neck speed towards Christmas, the staff and children have managed to take part in some fun events. The week started off with the Foundation Nativity which was performed in the outdoor classroom with the KS1 and KS2 bubbles watching from a distance. The video has

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KS1: Anti-Bullying, Orienteering & Diwali

This week’s Blog showcases the work that KS1 have been doing and we hope you enjoy seeing (and hearing) all about it. “This week in Key Stage 1 it has been Anti Bullying week and we have.. Made posters to show what bullying can look like and what part we will play to stop it happening. Learn ‘The Kids are United song’.  and accompanied it

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Oliver makes a Squirrel Feeder

We were delighted to receive these photo’s showing a very grateful squirrel using the Squirrel Feeder Oliver (yr 1) had made with his dad. Mum said that she tried to get him to paint it the same colour as the fence but it had to be green to match the trees. We think he’s done a fantastic job. Well done Oliver.

Spring Term Class Displays

We’ve had a very busy term so far and the display boards around the school are filled with reminders of the topics, trips and events that we have covered over that last few months. On one of their walls, Foundation have a lovely display of fruit they have painted, with some of the words they have been learning to describe them with and by

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KS1 Gymnastics Wednesdays

Every Wednesday, KS1 (year 1 and 2) do gymnastics with Miss Somerscales and they enjoy it very much. Firstly, they get all the mats out and lay them on the floor. The exercises that they do are: pike, straddle, sit tuck, front support, back support and roll. Then they get the Aframe, benches, ladder, the balance beam out and practise their balancing. After that

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Sponsored Obstacle Course

On Thursday 17th October, all the children took part in a sponsored obstacle course event which the School Council had organised, to raise money for the School Fund. The event had initially been scheduled for Friday 18th but with the weather forecast unfavourable to say the least, the decision was taken to hold it a day early. Each child was given a cardboard bracelet

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Harvest Festival 2019

Harvest Festival this year was held at St. Helena’s Church, at 2 p.m., on Monday 7th October. Wrapped up warmly and holding their harvest gifts, the children headed across to the church with their teachers, for the service. The harvest produce was handed over to Reverend Lee Gabel and Mrs Murray and was followed by the Procession of the School Banner which was carried

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September at St. Helena’s

It’s hard to believe that we have already been back at school for 3 weeks and the Summer seems a distant memory, especially with the amount of rain we have seen over the last few days. The children have settled back into school life with ease and we are especially impressed with Years 1 to 4 who have coped brilliantly with a crash course

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Williams Den

Due to the generosity of our amazing PTFA, at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday the 18th July, the whole school, including Spencer Bear, boarded two coaches and headed to Williams Den at North Cave. The PTFA had agreed to pay for the coaches and the entry fee for very child and our local Tesco store had donated a sport sized bottle of water for everybody

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Summer Play 2019: Aladdin Trouble

When Mrs Storey was asked to purchase the license to allow the children to perform “Aladdin Trouble”, little did she know that, for a short while at least, Kirmington St Helena’s would be transformed into a mini Hollywood, with script writers, a director, actors and cries of lights, camera, action …… well okay maybe not quite that far ….. but there were lights. The

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