Tudor Themed Assembly Performed by 2A

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2A performed a magnificent assembly detailing the life of King Henry VIII. Along the way, they delighted the audience with Tudor dancing and singing. All the children worked incredibly hard to learn their lines and they should all feel extremely proud of both their performances.

Delightful Ducklings and the Super Science Workshop

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What a fun week the children had again in the Nursery. On Monday they arrived to see that the last of our duck eggs had hatched! The children enjoyed learning about their life cycle and also how to care for the ducklings. The highlight was definitely being able to hold the ducklings and watching them swim for the very first time.

On Tuesday the Nursery took part in an exciting and informative Science workshop about the five senses. We are looking forward to doing our own experiments soon!

F1 Visit to Windsor Castle

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On Friday 9th March Form 1 enjoyed a brilliant day at Windsor Castle. They participated in a workshop all about armour and weapons. This saw a few of the children dress up and they all learnt how you became a knight. We then had some free time in the afternoon to explore the castle. Particular favourites involved the magnificent dolls house and the impressive chapel. The children had a great day and represented the school very well.

Fun in the snow and World Book Day in the Nursery

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The Nursery children and staff had an extremely exciting week! We had brilliant fun playing in the snow and worked together to make ‘Sid the Snowman’. The children also explored what happened when they added food colouring to the snow.

On Thursday, we celebrated World Book Day. The children dressed up as their favourite book character and enjoyed listening to and acting out many stories.

World Book Day

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To celebrate World Book Day children dressed up as their favourite character. Staff read some of their favourite books to the children and dressed up as ‘Where’s Wally’.