Making us proud !

Well done to all of Maple Class for their amazing assembly this morning- for persevering despite the hiccup with the technology! Thank you too to all the parents who came along to see all their hard work. We will see some of you again at 2pm !

Drumming Workshop

This morning Maple Class had the opportunity to have a go at drumming in the hall, there was much excitement at being ‘let loose’ on the drums!

A flyer has gone home in book bags today offering  children a free drumming lesson so please return these ASAP if they wish your child to have this opportunity.

Painting the roses red

Friday, the last day of book week, was another busy in Wonderland. The children finished off their ‘drink me’ potions before making very intricate roses whish they then painted red. The roses were added to the rose bushes in the library along with the other classes.

More game making, cake decorating and tea parties!

Thursday morning was extremely busy with some children finishing off their hats, typing up their game rules to play with Oak and others decorating cupcakes.

In the afternoon there was much excitement as the children put on their hats and carefully carried their teacups down to the hall for the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party!

They enjoyed sandwiches, flapjack, cupcakes and a few other treats! Lots of fun was had by all!

Ash Wednesday

After yet another busy morning the children then all joined together in the hall for a special Ash Wednesday Service. The listened beautifully to Revd. Larkey before going up for ashes and a blessing on their forehead.

Thank you too to the parents who joined us for this.

Tuesday.. busy, busy, busy!

Along with our letters from the White Rabbit we also found time to make pancakes!! Thank you again to Mrs Lichter for organising this- the children had a fantastic time!

Later in the afternoon parents joined us to hear us read or to read to us.. even the Mad Hatter came in to read us Alice in Wonderland!




Tuesday: Post from the White Rabbit

We were very excited to all receive post this morning from the White Rabbit. He sent a letter to the class explaining that we needed to make some games for Oak Class.

He also wrote us letters in pairs which we were very excited to read!

We got designing as quick as possible and especially enjoyed drawing our games.

Down the Rabbit Hole…

Wow, an exciting start to Book Week this year as the children went down through the rabbit hole as they entered school this morning.

After the register the children ‘unwrapped’ their class  book for the week

They toured the school and came across the Mad Hatter’s tea party, some keys and a caterpillar!

After lunch the children in Elm and Willow joined us to share our favourite books.

Then we began making our ‘Mad Hatters’ Hats for the tea party on Thursday!