Don’t forget to get your orders in for the book written by our visiting author, Becky Wigston. Orders need to be in by tomorrow please 🙂
We had lots of fun today at Warwick Castle!
We had our exciting trip on the big coach. We saw the outside of the castle and the inside of the castle. We met some peacocks and we had lunch in the banqueting hall. We saw a king and queen and a jester.
We talked about some of the features of a castle that we saw.
In our photos can you see a portcullis? A tower? An arrow slit? Battlements?
We hope you all had fun and learnt lots about castles!
Big thanks to all of the adults who came with us 🙂
Well done Reception Class children and parents who have been busy reading at home. I am really noticing the progress! Some children have now reached their 5th certificate this term and will be receiving their treat soon. If you haven’t quite got 5 yet, you still have this week and next week to catch up!
Well done to the Paterson family who raised the most sponsorship money from our Glow Walk fundraiser. Here is a little thank you from us 🙂
Well done and thank you to all the children and their families, staff and FAVs members who turned up to support this fun event and raised sponsorship money as well. Much appreciated!
Don’t forget that it’s Enterprise Week this week.
That means our classroom will turn into a factory and we will be busy little elves making things for you to buy!
Parents – on Friday at 2pm you are welcome to come to your child’s class to become our customers!
We will be selling elf biscuits, elf dust and photos of us cheeky little elves in handmade photo frames. All for the bargain price of £5 for all 3 items!
We will use the money we make to buy something special for our classroom.
Thank you for your continued support 🙂
Then we had a chance to work with our Year 1 buddies to make some Christingles to light in our assembly tomorrow.
Please feel welcome to come and join us at 2.30pm tomorrow at Stirling Campus to see the Christingles being lit and join in with our celebration.
Today we found a very strange looking box in our classroom. Miss Barrett showed us what was in the box.
We had to talk to our friends about who we thought the objects belonged to and what they used them for.
We thought they might belong to elves who needed the objects to make shoes! Now we know who has been making the shoemaker’s shoes! We can’t wait to turn into elves for our up and coming performance!
Well done to our Book Fair winner! You drew a great picture of your favourite book character, Peppa Pig. It looks like you won a fantastic prize!