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School Nativity  

In 2020 we had to find a different approach to our traditional nativity performance. Our class bubbles each filmed their part and then we have compiled these into one video for you to watch. We hope you enjoy this! 

 

Please click on this link to view. 

Children’s Mental Health Week
Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week took place between 1-7 February 2021. The theme this year is Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. It is about finding a way to show who you are, and how you see the world, that can help you feel good about yourself.  Please click here to find out more and access free resources. 

World Book Day Thursday 4th March was the national return of World Book Day. From dressing up as your favourite book character and extreme reading locations, to guessing the masked reader and sharing your favourite book we had many different ways to get involved.  Please click here for more information. We were also pleased to see the children wear their costumes again on Friday 12th March.

Down Syndrome Week ‘Rock Your Socks’ to highlight this campaign by wearing bold, brightly coloured or mismatched socks into school, between Monday 15th March and Friday 19th March.

 

Red Nose Day Red Nose Day took place on Friday 19 March. The world needs a life-changing laugh more than ever, so join in the fun – at school or from home. Funny is power and we were all SMILING wearing something funny or telling jokes. Thank you for your in school donations, we raised £132.15.

Walk with Wheels Week  Year R are invited to take part in the Walk with Wheels week between 17th and 21st May 2021. We encourage all children, parents and carers to walk, scoot or cycle each day (either all, or 5-10 minutes of, the way). This supports the National Walking month, with the setting that records the highest average number of children travelling actively winning a fantastic prize. More details are available on the walk with wheels week website.