The preschool were exploring superheroes last week; one of the books we have been looking at is Supertato. The children took part in an activity where they grouped the vegetables into big and little groups using pictures of superheroes to help them.
We have today received the following words of thanks from the Poppy Appeal Organiser at the Flitwick and District Branch of The Royal British Legion, which will also be shared with the children in our next celebration assembly.
“2021 RBL Poppy Appeal
Thank you to all the staff and pupils on behalf of the Poppy Appeal that made this amount possible.
The money will help those service men and women who have suffered and are still suffering due to injuries sustained in conflict in various parts of the world. Also their dependants who fall on difficult times.
Thank you once again.”
Today we warmly welcomed our new caterers, HCL
As you can see the food looked and tasted scrummy. Our children said…..
“It tasted better than chocolate”
“The best school meal I’ve ever had”
“The food tasted like heaven”
If you would like to order a meal for your child, and haven’t already, remember you have up until 8.50am each morning to order for that day.
Year 4 Eagles and Year 3 Hawks have had a wonderful time working together at forest school to build fires, dens, rope swings and zip lines. They have used wood and tools to make Christmas presents, decorations, and ornaments. They have climbed trees, cooked over the fire and in the mud kitchen and learned lots of amazing things about nature. It has been a joy to see them enjoying the Autumn term in all its colourfulness. Year 3 has been progressing and embedding skills learnt from their Wild Passport curriculum.
A huge thank you for everyone that supported the Christmas Tree Festival at the weekend; it was lovely to see so many of our year 3 and 4 children singing at the opening. We hope you enjoyed looking at the trees – they looked amazing. A huge thank you to Mrs Liderth for all her help and support.
Hawks class theme was being ‘one kind word’. We drew around our hands and wrote down ideas on each finger on how to stop bullying from happening and how to help people who might be being bullied.
Anti-Bullying themed posters by Robins Class
Hawks class looked at the process of mummification yesterday and mummified an apple. We carved a face into the apple and added salt and bicarbonate soda which will dry out the apple and stop it from rotting…
In Eagles Class, we have been learning about food during World War 2. We have learnt that some foods were rationed. In class, we created our own carrot cookies.
We have also been learning about the Blitz and produced some artwork which we have displayed in our classroom.
Our pre-school children took part in some craft activities last week in honor of Remembrance Day. The children also practiced their counting skills by using poppies.
It was wonderful to see our whole school together today for our Remembrance Day assembly led by our year 4 children.