In our assembly we talked about the Vikings. We showed the Viking invasion on Lindisfarne and what happened to the monks in the monestry. It was an amazing play. We showed the events in time and explained the reasons why they happened. We shared what the Vikings used to cook, how they used to live and discussed their vocabulary. We all dressed up really well and performed a dance and song to Loki the Joker. We had so much fun preparing and performing our class assembly. We hope you enjoyed it too. Lucy J - 4HW.
We have started a Mindfulness Colouring club' in Y5 and Y6 with great interest and success. Mindfulness can help us to relax by paying attention to the present moment. Art is a great way to relax - as you colour and focus on the picture and the colours you're using, any worries may seem to reduce and stress will fade away. We look forward to welcoming more children in the coming weeks.
This assembly was about the wise man and the foolish man from the bible, it was to help us understand to build our life on God. As the wise man built his house on the rock, whilst the foolish man built his house on the sand.
Here are our children's external awards for the second half of the Autumn term. Well done everyone for your fantastic achievements and thank you to our house captains for putting together our external awards.
Over Christmas and throughout January 2017, Ellie Pickin, Beth Kavanagh and Olivia Waterworth from Year 3 will be performing in the Christmas Pantomime, Dick Whittington at Birmingham Hippodrome. They have been busy learning their dance routines for the last few months and rehearsing really hard this week to make sure everything is just perfect! The girls are really excited to be taking part and get the opportunity to perform with some celebrities – John Barrowman, Jodie Prenger, Steve McFadden and the Krankies! It is such a fantastic experience and we are really proud of them! So if anyone is going to the pantomime this Christmas, make sure you give a really big cheer for the girls! We're very proud of you - break a leg!