Year 6 honoured Remembrance last week, as they took up their poppy wreaths to our Church for our very own Remembrance Service with our Vicar, Rosie Harper.
6K started the Service with a detailed and thought provoking introduction. Rosie discussed the importance of the work of the Royal British Legion and the religious significance of Remembrance. 6W performed 'In Flanders Field' by the war poet John McCrae and 6T finished the Service with some poignant and touching poetry.
Overall, it was a fantastic way to honour the memory of those who have fought for us. Well done, Year 6.
The children had lots of fun during our art afternoon last week. They were busy with many activities, such as making a Rangoli pattern, creating flowers out of tissue paper, drawing their own Mehndi pattern, using their hands and feet to make a poppy and hand prints to make a Christmas tree.
A big thank to all the parents who came in and helped.
The EYFS Team
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Year 4 had a fantastic day at Hampton Court Palace. They had a workshop to learn all about famous Tudor explorers and took part in some drama activities. This was followed by a tour around the Palace, where they even met Henry VIII himself!
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With our Annual Firework Extravaganza just around the corner Jelly Beans have been busy with their Autumnal display board. Adorned with leaf rubbings and prickly hedgehogs it sets the scene for a crisp Autumn night around the bonfire.
Just remember to check your bonfire for hedgehogs and other wildlife before you light it!
Jelly Beans play worker
A flashbunkingly gloriumptious dress-up day for the Roald Dahl Children's Charity. Here Big Chief Oompah Lumpah meets one of his mini Ooompah Lumpahs.
The winning class for co-ordinated and exceptional dress-up flair was 6W - who win a trip to the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden next week.
Well done to everyone!
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