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Author Archives: Mrs A. Hagon

Year 2 Liturgy

Year 2 invited their families into school today to take part in one of our Liturgies.

We planned our Liturgy about books together.

We prayed together and sang some of our favourite hymns.

At the end we handed out some beautiful prayer cards about Jesus special rule about love and then we offered our familes tea, coffee and biscuits.

Belsay Penpals visit Year 2!

    Year 2 continued their exciting Linking Project with Belsay School today by inviting our penpals to visit St. Lawrence’s. Our penpals arrived at 10 o clock this morning and we greeted then with welcome posters and a cheery chant of; “Welcome to St. Lawrence’s Belsay School”     Our first activity was to… Continue Reading

KS 1 Spelling Bee

Key Stage 1 joined the St Lawrence’s School Spelling Bee in January. In our phonic groups we all learned a number of spellings. We practised them all throughout January at home and at school,  then last Friday we had a Spelling Bee. We awarded prizes to the top spellers in each Phonic group and all… Continue Reading

Food Nation Visit Year 2

Food Nation visited Year 2 this week as part of our Science topic about materials. We prepared and cooked a meal with Anna and Milly. Later in the year we are going to visit The Food Nation Allotment to plant vegetables and to do some more cooking. We had a really good day and we… Continue Reading

Technology Tom visits year 2

Technology Tom visited Year 2 on Thursday 9th January to delivery a workshop called; Building Bridges. This is linked to Year 2 work about Materials in Science. Year 2 had a really interactive day learning all about  materials and about bridges. We worked together to make some amazing bridge structures. We learnt such a lot… Continue Reading

Mini Vinnie OAP Party

St Lawrence’s Mini Vinnie group invited their relatives and people of the parish to a Christmas Coffee Morning. It was a fantastic morning and it was so well attended. The OAPs were entertained by Miss O’Hare and the St Lawrence’s choir. The choir were accompanied on piano  by David Hamilton and St Lawrence’s music ensemble. Continue Reading