Year One had an amazing day at Longton Fire Station with White Watch and fire fighters who came in to be with us in their own time, thank you.
On Friday the Nursery children had a lovely day celebrating Chinese New Year. We watched a special dragon dance on the white board, tired hard to use chopsticks and created some fabulous dragons. Can anyone remember what colour is lucky?
After lunch Mrs Moss cooked a fabulous stir fry for us all to taste.
Hope you all have a fabulous half term with your families.
Gong Hei Fat Choy everybody! The children in Reception learnt lots about Chinese New Year and even had a taste of China with noodles in soy sauce. We made Chinese dragons, lanterns and wrote special fortune messages to our family. Can you remember what is special about the colour red?
Nursery have had a fantastic morning having pancake races. All the children ran as fast as they could, and had great fun cheering for their friends. Lots of children won races in their groups and our over all winners were Francesca, Lucas and Bobbi and Zara, well done.
This weeks Tony Hughes award winners are Ollie Edwards and Stanley Robinson. Well done boys, two superstars!
Thank you for supporting Christmas Jumper Day. You all looked fabulous! 🎄
The Nursery children had a fabulous Christmas dinner yesterday. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the lunchtime supervisors for their help everyday, Mrs Martin and Miss Morton for serving the deserts. A great big extra special thank you to all of the ladies in the kitchen, our Christmas meal was beautiful! You are all amazing!
We enjoyed our yummy Christmas dinner in our elf hats!
On Thursday, the Year 6 children visited the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas. The photographs below help to share some of the moments, which the children enjoyed with you.
Thank you year 4 for inviting me in to your classical music and dance lesson using the BBC 10 pieces Nutcracker live lesson. It was lovely to see you listening carefully to the orchestra as well as improving your ballet skills. I was also extremely impressed with how you used ideas from watching the Russian Dance to create and repeat your own motifs to the music.
Take a look yourself on the BBC 10 pieces website and listen to classical music being performed live by clicking on the link below.