Once upon a time, on a rainy day in March, a plethora of book characters brought fun and laughter into the school…
Hermione read books with Spiderman, the Billionaire Boy and a princess shared their riches, footballers showed off their skills to Cinderella, Sherlock Holmes tried to solve the mystery of why Mr Bump keeps bumping into things, Little Red Riding Hood made friends with the wolf, Thing One and Thing Two created havoc, and Mary Poppins ensured everything was practically perfect!
World Book Day involved a range of exciting events. In the morning the children all took part in activities in their Hives, focusing on books from around the world. They ate chapattis, made puppets, acted in their own plays, and wrote their own stories, among many other things. It was wonderful to see the children of all ages all collaborating and helping each other. The children also had the opportunity to hear stories read by different members of staff, as well as answering quiz questions that were secretly placed around the school. In the evening a Quiz Night took place, organised and led by Y6. This was great fun and the proceeds will go towards their residential. Thank you to all who took part, and thank you for all your support in providing and creating costumes for your child to wear on World Book Day.
Next week sees the school taking part in a range of different activities as part of British Science Week, as well as Sports Relief on Friday. Please see below for further details.
Parent consultations also take place next week, and many parents have already signed up to see their child’s class teacher. Please contact the office if you would like to book an appointment.
I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.
Thank you, Mrs Lennon