Eco club May 2023: today we made 'plates of wonder'. We enjoyed looking at and talking about all the beautiful things around us. Then we used our imagination and shared what we thought they could have been to a much smaller person...a dandelion clock was a parachute and a speedwell flower was a hat.
We invited a past pupil, Tom Branch, into school to tell us all what it's like to train to be a Police Officer. He inspired us all and it was great to see him try out the handcuffs on a couple of children! Thinking ahead about our future selves is so important and Tom did a great job of explaining how the key learning skills of resilience, responsibility and resourcefulness are necessary in the workplace as well as the classroom.
Children's Mental Health Week: we joined this important national initiative with a series of assemblies based on connecting with others. Looking out for loneliness and taking time to make connections.
Our Carol Service was beautifully lit with handmade lanterns.
Christmas reverse advent donations delivered to the local foodbank. Thank you for your kindness x
Advent service at St James church
Eco club have been thinking about the talents we have and how we are each unique and special. We each found a beautiful place to leave our models.
Meet your new school council members. September 2022. We put democracy in action and held our class elections. We are proud of all who took part 🗳️
Each class has shared ideas and prayers for the Queen and her family at this sad time, both in school assembly and at our church.
Support for Ukraine: School Council are leading a whole school fundraiser to support UNICEF's Ukraine appeal by selling artwork and sunflower seeds. There is so much compassion and care in school.
Advocacy week 29.11.21. Our class assembly focused on the creation story and how we can minimise our negative impact on our precious planet.
Remembrance Day - whole school reflections 2021
Our Macmillan Coffee Morning and cake sale raised over £400!
Pupil voice, democracy and responsibility are important to us. Meet our School Council, elected by each year group from year 1 to 6.
Our art work was inspired by a beautiful walk around our local area with a focus on the word ' rejoice' from our vision.
A Class Assembly lead beautifully by children in Chaffinch
Living honestly with compassion - thank you Nick
School Council met to discuss rewards and behaviour in school. They surveyed their peers and fed back their findings.
Bluebell wood walk. Collective worship with Sam and Kate. We are grateful for what we have and we rejoice in it and help each other to do the same.
School Council have organised an art sale to raise money to help those impacted by the Australian Wildfires. Each child displayed their art in the hall then took their art home. Please send in a donation for this important cause to show friendship, compassion and give a little hope to those in need. Thank you. xx (Feb 2020)
Art Sale to raise funds for the Australian RSPCA and Salvation Army 10.02.2020
Reverse Advent Calendar. Please help spread HOPE this Christmas
Sharing and Celebrating Collective Worship and the Impact it has on us all
November 2019 Little Lights | Hope Works | CBC Kids
Working together to give others hope.
When a girl notices a lonely light flashing across the lake, she gathers the neighbourhood kids and all the lights they can find, to send back an answer to a boy who needs a friend.
November 2019 Samuel and Eli. The importance of listening and how do we feel knowing that God is listening?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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