Year 6 know how much I love a double page spread. I’m so proud of their work.
A thought provoking liturgy led by Lexi and Lily Ann.
Y6 have been creating scenes to show how important it is to be a witness of Christ and to do the right thing.
6E have really enjoyed making papier-mâché masks. Some children have made death masks, others have made celebration masks and the really scary ones are battle masks.
What a great day we’ve had!It was so good to see you all. Our school was full of laughter, happiness and smiling faces once again.Today made me realise how much I’ve missed you all, and how much you’ve missed- but you handled it beautifully, you didn’t moan or whine about everything…
Hope you are all keeping well. I’m really looking forward to Monday 13th July, when we can finally be a class again. The weather forecast looks good so far..... great for slip and slide!
On the morning of the 13th we are going to share some memories together. Those children who…
I’m feeling positive this week, things feel like they are looking up. I am delighted to have some of my class back. Last week, Oliva G, Olivia S, Kate, Scarlett and Amelia all came back for two days, followed by Bella, Sienna, Daniel, Lucy and Ciaran on Thursday and Friday- it…
Fantastic to be reunited with some of my lovely Year Sixes!
Hope you have had a safe week with your families and are beginning to appreciate some of the new the Lockdown rules. By now, hopefully you are back into your home learning routines and are well on your way with the completion of the planning for week 10.
The staff at school…
Well done to Alex, the latest person to run 5k and donate to the NHS- he actually ran further- Go Alex, what a star! He’s also been watching caterpillars turn into butterflies too- a great way to learn about life cycles. Keep up the good work Alex - well done!