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Monthly Archives: December 2018

School Attendance Winners

Our end of term attendance winners were announced at assembly on Friday 21 December.

The lucky winners needed at least 98% attendance for the term.

They look very pleased with their prize along with their parents.

Remember that good attendance gets good rewards.

I wonder which children will be our winners next term???

Story Party

Elena came to school last week and held a ‘Story Party’ for us based on 2 books – Stick Man by Julia Donaldson and ‘Pick a Pine Tree’ by Patricia Toht. During the party she read the stories, played games with the children related to the stories and brought the stories to life through her… Continue Reading

New Library

The Reception children went to look at the new Library on it’s opening day. They were very excited to see all the new books and the toys that go with them. They are looking forward to borrowing some of the books to look at in our classroom before returning them to the Library. Continue Reading

Christmas Cakes

The Reception children are getting into the Christmas spirit by making Christmas cakes. They were fascinated by watching the scales move as we added ingredients to the mixture. They enjoyed looking at and smelling some of the less familiar ingredients like the cherries, peel and Christmas spices. They each had a turn to mix and… Continue Reading

Perfect Poetry Performances!

Year 5 have been working super hard in English lessons this week.  Our writing focus is poetry and we have been exploring ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’.  Working in groups, we were given the task of memorising, acting out and reciting two verses from the poem to the class. I was super impressed with how well the… 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