Thank you to everyone that has attended our Sports’ Days so far, the children have been having a fantastic time and the weather seems to be on our side! For those of you that have not yet attended, we hope that the weather stays as bright and sunny as it has been and very much look forward to seeing you cheering the children on.
Year 1 Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea
On Monday 21st May, Year 1 celebrated the Royal Wedding in style. We wrote instructions on how to prepare a scone, learnt how to half and quarter a scone and finally prepared them for our afternoon tea. We had a variety of snacks, watched the Royal wedding and even had our own mini ceremony which you can see on the Year 1 page of the school website.
Reception Celebration of Learning
On Friday 18th May 2018, as part of their Celebration of Learning for their topic ‘Growing’, the Reception children enjoyed a morning of baking. The children made ‘Jack’s bean patties’ that were served in a bread bun with salad on the side and shared with parents at their picnic. This was a lovely celebration to complete our topic of growing and Jack and The Beanstalk.
On Wednesday 23rd May, our half termly Afternoon Tea returned once again for the winners of this term’s terrific ticket draw. This is aimed at rewarding those children who consistently display, not only excellent behaviour, but are also polite and thoughtful to others and have a positive attitude towards learning. Parents of the winners were invited to join their children and the Pastoral Team in enjoying afternoon tea. It was a wonderful afternoon and lovely to see all of the children celebrating with one another and their parents.
Year 2 Yorkshire Wildlife Trip
On Wednesday 18th April, the Year 2 children enjoyed a lovely trip to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park where they learnt all about different animals and their habitats. The children even enjoyed a picnic on the grass for lunch! The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. We would also like to say how incredibly proud we are of the children for their exceptional behaviour which didn’t go unnoticed by members of the public and the staff at the park.