Thursday 17th December saw the last Carol Concert by the current Year 6. As Miss Chipchase reminded parents, it only seems like five minutes since they were performing ‘Oops – A- Daisy Angel’ in their Reception classes. This time the script was written by the children themselves. and told the story of the Nativity through letters and news broadcasts.
The concert was held at Harton Methodist Church, which added to the magic of the occasion, and we give thanks to Reverend Debbie for allowing us to continue our community links with this church. It was well attended by parents and the children performed very professionally. Every word could be heard and the singing was ‘angelic’.
Merry Christmas from all the staff and pupils in year 6.
For ‘World Christmas Day’ all of year 4 took a trip to France for the day. The children engaged in a range of activities including writing a letter in French, learning French songs, researching information about France using the internet, making calendars in the style of a French painter and most importantly they got to taste traditional French food.
Year 3 celebrated World Christmas Day by looking at Russian Christmas customs. They learnt some Russian words, facts about Russia, the story of Baboushka, made Russian nesting dolls and even tried some traditional Russian Christmas food.
On Friday we all came to school in our Christmas Jumpers. Everyone looked great.
Nollaig Shona from Ireland.
A very excited group of children brought their crafty items, all ready to decorate a bauble. We set about designing our baubles with a theme of the North East. What fantastic ideas the children had! Off we go glue, glitter….
Once completed we chose our entry to send, yes you’ve guessed it ours
went all of the way to County Donegal, Northern Ireland.
Today we received a festive bauble from our Partner school.
Y3B have enjoyed taking part in the European Christmas Tree Decoration Exchange. We made decorations and Sean’s was picked to be sent to Germany.
Today we received two decorations from Ulm, a city in Southern Germany.
Did you know that Ulm has the tallest church in the world?
To reach the top of the steeple you need to climb a total of 768 steps.
France, Belgium, Wales, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Croatia and many more European countries…here we come!
It’s destination Europe, as our Christmas decorations for the European Christmas Decoration Exchange Programme, are ready for posting. The children really enjoyed bringing in their own resources and designing their own decoration on a local area theme. We can’t wait to start receiving parcels from all over Europe, learning about the countries they are from.