Great fun was had at our school fair. As well as all the activities some of us had our faces painted with festive designs. Mrs Croft had some amazing helpers from Whickham Comp during the morning…Roberta, Olivia and Neve were fantastic. During the afternoon Mrs Robson, Miss Routledge and Esthe
Front Street Rotakids helped out at ‘Santa at the Hermitage’ today. They did very well at meeting and greeting the visitors and helped out on the raffle for the Christmas hamper. Lots of familiar faces came to visit. The Rotakids had lots of fun and did Front Street proud-well done to them all.
Woohoo! Reception have their igloo!!! Thank you to everyone who donated milk bottles over the past couple of weeks. The children have had loads of fun today reading in the igloo, playing with the animals and putting on hats, scarves and gloves to keep warm!! Article 31 – You have the right to rest a
Christmas has arrived in Reception this week! Our year group elf arrived on Monday with a letter to the children explaining he was here to watch for good behaviour and good manners. He also told the children they had to play a guessing game to guess his name! The elf is called Elfie which was guesse
We watched the beginning of the film ‘Paddington’ as part of the ‘Outright’ day. We talked about how Paddington was feeling when there was an earthquake and when he left on his own to go to London. We learnt the word ‘refugee’ and decided that Paddington was a refugee. We made a list of words
Last week was ‘Anti-bullying’ week. Each year group in school listened to the lyrics of popular songs they knew and then made up their own song about anti-bullying and being a good friend. This is Receptions song ‘I’ve got a friend in school’. Articles 12, 13, 14 IMG_5324
It was Children in Need today and we came to school with Pudsey headbands, badges and wristbands. We enjoyed dancing with Pudsey, making Pudsey headbands, colouring and making Pudseys that that could move using split pins. We also decorated biscuits and ended the day with stories from our Mystery
Barney the therapy dog came into school today. Some lucky children got to read to him, which he loves. It was great having him here today and hopefully more and more children can enjoy special time with him over the coming weeks.