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Year 3 and 4 have had a busy Christmas week.
Christmas in school has been different but we have still had lots of fun
We had great fun at Forest Schools. The torrential downpour didn't dampen our spirits and we enjoyed making habitats for birds and squirrels. We can't wait to go back in the Summer term
Our production of Hansel and Gretel was a huge success and every single child tried their best. Well done to each and every one of you.
We had our own election this week. We discussed why the General Election was being held and learnt new vocabulary like ballot paper, polling card and manifesto. We created our own parties, emblems and manifestos then presented them to the rest of the class. We then took our polling card to our polling station and exchanged our card for our ballot paper. The official count took place and the Earth party won, the Health party were second and the Aries party came third.
On Tuesday year 5 and 6 spent time working under their tables! The lights were off, the room was silent except for eerie music playing and a forest scene covered the whiteboard. The children imagined they were characters from our alien story and that they were hiding in the thicket watching a spaceship land. They did some amazing writing and it was brilliant to see them fully engrossed in their work.
We are very proud of our display showing how we promote the British Values in our School. Ask us to tell you what the British Values are and how we as a school promote them.