Today is Red Nose Day. The children all look great in their mufti clothes and there have been some fantastic Red Nose Day outfits.
We had collection buckets on the playground this morning. We will let you know the total once we have finished counting.
Here are a few of our amazing looks today
Science week has got off to an awesome start! Sublime Science arrived ready to rock with five amazing workshops. In the photos Graphite class are making slime and sherbet (not mixed). Teia's face speaks a thousand words about the effectiveness of the sherbet!
Heron and Swan class got busy in the wildlife area this afternoon. They took part in pond dipping, bug hunting and tree identification. They found a frog and a smooth newt in the pond as well as many other insects both in and out of the pond. Willow class have been making salt crystal snowflakes, whilst Oak class made a non-Newtonian fluid by mixing cornflour and water. Many other scientific activities have been taking place across the school and by the end of the week, all children from year 1 to year 6 will have met the Sublime scientists.
As usual we have seen a wonderful range of costumes and characters today. To celebrate World Book Day, the children have taken part in reading activities and enjoyed a special assembly.
Our infant children are taking part in the 'Bedtime Story Challenge' for the whole month, and some of them came in their pyjamas today!
We wish that we could share photographs of all of the wonderful outfits today, but that may make the website crash! Here are a selection for you to enjoy:
The fun started today as soon as the gates were opened, with a maths challenge on each playground.
We have seen some amazing maths hats and the day will be filled with math related actvitites to prove how much we love maths!
Thank you to everyone who donated or bought a cake at our charity cake sale last week.
The school council organised the sale and we were raising money for CLIC Sargent, helped by Joseph and his mum, who have been helped by this charity recently. For more information, check out their website: www.clicsargent.org.uk
We are very pleased to announce that we raised the grand total of £600.37 which will enable CLIC Sargent to do more of their valuable work.