We are lucky enough to be blessed with an army of volunteers who are weekly (or even daily) visitors in our school, helping with everything from reading to maths, worships to running after school clubs, and even doing odd jobs to help keep the school day running smoothly. During the current situation, they haven’t been able to visit, leaving a huge hole in our
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
This year’s Nativity was presented outside, using the new outdoor classroom with the KS1 and KS2 bubbles watching ….. socially distanced. Due to the size of the video, it will only be available to view for a short period of time before being removed from the blog and replaced by a Christmas themed blog post, featuring pictures from all the year groups. We hope
Each Year 5/6 child researched their own choice of National Park and then presented it to the rest of the class. They worked very hard researching, drafting and confidently presenting their PowerPoints before editing and improving their presentations, following feedback from their peers.
The year 3 and 4 children have been working hard on PowerPoint presentations about the Lake District which they then presented to their classmates. The teaching staff were very impressed with how well they did and all the children showed incredible courage by getting up and delivering their presentations.
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’. https://youtu.be/c6hR6rTHFSk and accompanied it
Over the last couple of weeks the children in Foundation have been busy practicing their scissor skills, cutting shapes to make rockets and used different types of brushes to make different effects as they painted firework pictures, adding generous amounts of glitter to make them sparkle. The children also had great fun flicking white paint onto black sugar paper, to make an effective ‘night
Our Remembrance events this year were very different to our usual format but we were determined to honour all those who have given so much to protect our freedom. Each bubble went out at a specific time with the Reverend Lee Gabel and our Bishops Visitor, Mrs. Stothard, leading socially distanced services, on the front lawn of the school.
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.
There have been many annual events, celebrations and traditions that have not been able to happen this year and not being able to have our usual ceremonies around both the Cenotaph and the war memorial in Kirmington, are two of the more poignant ones. This year the KS2 children have painted poppies onto slates which were then taken to the war memorial for display