Christmas Jumpers and Christmas Lunch
It was lovely to see the children in their Christmas jumpers today.
They all seemed to enjoy their lunch with crackers and hats.
Lots of the staff joined in and Mr Armoogum was seen assisting in the kitchen.
Well done to all and especially the kitchen staff.
Early Years were lucky to have Mrs Mahammad to teach them about the Hindu celebration of Diwali.
Many of the staff were dressed in a Sari. Mrs Mahammad explained how they were fitted and about the decoration. She bless the class with a candle and told the traditional tale of phenterminehealth.com Rama and Sita.
Many thanks to Mrs Mahammad.
Songs and Art work
Our annual Harvest assembly was well attended today. Nursery Ruby Class were able to show some of the activities we based around the story “The Little Red Hen”. We had wheat painting, growing cress and tasting different breads.
Opal and Topaz displayed some hedgehogs they had made from natural materials. Years 1 and 2 were looking at health foods and the foods that we bring to the harvest table. I particularly liked the Baked Beans!
They all sang some harvest songs about farmers work and different beans, backed with some well rehearsed actions. Of course the mandatory Dingle Dangle Scarecrow from Nursery.
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All About Me
This Friday Early Years came dressed in an outfit that had meaning to them. After assembly Ruby, Opal and Topaz classes got together to parade their costumes and outfits for each other.
All the classes had been learning a song to perform to the others and then we all had a go at yoga!
The children looked lovely in their numerous outfits, here are just a few.