Every year, the children are invited into the hall to look at the Winter Production backdrop and take a guess at how many stars are on the backdrop. This year was a little different, a blizzard was painted so the children had to guess how many snowflakes. There were a handful of children that came
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Santa took time out from his busiest time of the year to visit the school in a fly-by. The RAF were on hand to give him a lift in a Puma helicopter whilst his sleigh is being prepped by elves for present delivery.
Wow! Year 2 have been such stars, we are incredibly proud of each and every child. They have learnt so many words, songs and all the signing that goes with this. When needed many children have offered to step in for their peers during this time, where we have had many absences. Well done Year
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Due to the unpredictable nature of the weather, we postponed the burning of Pudding Lane this term. Don’t worry though, the cardboard buildings the children created will be set alight, to recreate the Great Fire of London, when we have calmer weather. For a preview of what expect, here’s a little taster of St Paul’s