Well done to Leila on obtaining her promise certificate from Rainbows. We all know that Leila must make an amazing Rainbow because she always works so hard and listens so beautifully. Well done Leila, we are very proud of you.
In Year Three, we have been thinking about what we want to be when we grow up! We have used a website to help us to work out what we need to achieve our dream jobs! We have looked at how much we will earn and what we need to do to get there. Today we started drawing a map to show the path we need to take to reach our goal destination. Then we thought about what would happen if we didn’t try our best and how the path might look slightly different. We’ve got lots of future doctors and teachers and chefs and other wonderful professions in our classroom so let’s make sure that we all work hard to follow the right path!
After the fantastic performance of Cinderella on Monday, the children in Year 3/1 talked about what they noticed happened to the music throughout the show. They also shared how the change in music made them feel. Did you notice any changes in the music to show the emotions of the characters?
Finally, a reminder that Sign2sing will be taking place on Wednesday 7th February when we will be showing our fantastic signing skills to the other Stoke Six schools as we sing/sign Friends Forever. (See the link below if you want to do some extra rehearsing or read about why being involved is important).
What busy nursery children Spreading the happiness. Thank you Isla, Bradley and Daniel for your photos. Isla has been on a barefoot walk and found two elf doors. Bradley has been out in the snow building a snowman with his brother Shaun. Daniel and his brother Callum have been very busy. They have been splashing in the waves, crunching in leaves, breaking ice and wrote a message on a helium balloon. Well done children, keep spreading the happiness.
Take a look at our porridge filled week!
Year One had a surprise visitor today! Gary from Longton Fire Station came to talk to us about the firework code and staying safe, especially this weekend! He demonstrated sparkler safety and shared why fireworks need to be kept in a metal tin. The children listened perfectly and asked amazing questions. Well done Year One and many thanks to Gary for coming to see us.