Christingle Church Service

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Posted by Mrs Tyson | Posted in General News | Posted on 08-12-2017

We are incredibly proud of the children. We think you’ll agree that our Christingle Church service was amazing. The children were well behaved, knew when to move and sang beautifully! What a fantastic start to the Christmas season.

     

Christingle Church Service

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Posted by Mrs Tyson | Posted in General News | Posted on 14-11-2017

Christmas is fast approaching and today your child came home with a red or green letter in their book bag.

 

Dear Parents and Carers,

On Wednesday 6th December and Thursday 7th December the Acorn Class Unit will be taking part in the Christingle Church service. Acorn class act out the nativity scene and form a tableau at the altar. The class will be split by Red and Green Acorns and your child

_______________________will be taking part as _________________ on:

Green Acorns – Wednesday 6th December

Red Acorns – Thursday 7th December

The service starts at 6pm and children will need to be at church by 5.30pm in their school uniform ready to get dressed into their  nativity costumes (provided by school unless you have a previously agreed suitable costume which you would like them to wear).

Parents are welcome and encouraged to stay to watch in church. This is a wonderful celebration at an important time of year, that the whole school takes part in. It is a special service that will be   remembered by both parents and children.

If you have any further questions regarding this please come and see any of us.

Kind regards,

EYFS Team

Green Acorns – Wednesday 6th December

Red Acorns – Thursday 7th December

 

Remembrance

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Posted by Mrs Tyson | Posted in General News | Posted on 10-11-2017

This week we have found out why we commemorate Remembrance Day. We have done lots of poppy based activities which are displayed in our Learning Journey Floor Books. Our apple printed poppies were added to wreathes which we laid at the Cenotaph at St. John’s Church. We held a two minutes silence whilst we thought about the soldiers who have given their lives for our freedom.

In the afternoon we invited our families and our community into school for refreshments, prayers and songs. Each class took part and we really enjoyed singing ‘Daisy, Daisy!’