On the afternoon of Monday 4th July, the Y5 and Y6 children will be running an Egyptian Market to showcase the beautiful work they have been carrying out this term.
On sale, there will be a range of jewellery and ornaments which the children have been busy making, including clay masks of Egyptian gods and pharaohs, necklaces, bracelets, badges, keyrings and fridge magnets. There will also be a variety of food and drink, such as hummus, Egyptian bread, vegetable sticks, Egyptian cookies and fruit juice.
Here are the Snowy Owls with their gorgeous clay masks.
The children in Snowy Owls and Golden Eagles are excited and busy getting ready for their talent show, where children from Wrens to Snowy Owls will showcase their talents. We have a great range of acts to look forward to, from singing to kickboxing and a puppet show to historical comedy!The song ‘Not So Different’, written by the children in Y5 and Y6, is finished and was premiered on Thursday 24th March at 6pm. This will be performed live on the night of the talent show. We will be supporting a small charity called War Child. War Child focuses on helping children around the world who are affected by war.
To put the talent show together, the Year 5 and Year 6 children each have a particular role: we have press officers, charity ambassadors, artists, fundraisers, refreshments, comperes, and children in charge of programmes and ticketing.
All the profits from tickets, programmes, refreshments, merchandise, glow sticks and a range of games such as chocolate tombola, spin the wheel and name the teddy will be donated to War Child.
Thank you for all your support. Everyone is filled with suspense to see who the winning act will be!
The Press Officers
Please join us on Thursday 24th March for the World Premier of the Golden Eagles and Snowy Owls’ Music Video, ‘Not So Different’
The children in Golden Eagles have all completed their working models of Ferris Wheels inspired by our novel study of The London Eye Mystery. Their hard-work, resilience and problem solving skills have impressed all the adults in class.
We hope you enjoy our school choir’s Christmas performance. Although they were not able to perform in front of family, carers and friends, the choir had the opportunity to entertain their KS2 classmates. The children start with some of the songs they have been working on since October before moving onto a few festive favourites!