Solve the puzzles quickly because the flames are rising and time is running out. There are only eight days left until you are put to the test. Will you survive?
On Friday, we all came to school dressed in spotty or Pudsey Bear clothing to support ‘Children in Need’.
We looked great!
We also made our biscuits look spotty, designed a new bandana for Pudsey, and coloured him in too.
At playtime, we went and bought some buns and biscuits, which were kindly donated by parents and carers.
A big thank you to everyone for supporting our school. We raised £295.
Only nine days! We are waiting for you to come and try our fiendish puzzles. Can’t wait to see you. Jump into the book…
We are counting down the days and setting up the room. Will you escape or be locked away in the room forever? You have ten days to prepare …
Our 4 new House Captains have made a great start to their new roles. They wanted to raise money for a local charity: Thornberry. They asked children to bake animal-themed cakes and biscuits and bring them into school to sell or swap for a tin of dog or cat meat.
Donations of cat and dog meat were also requested: we had a huge response.
Today, the house captains visited Thornberry Animal Sanctuary to take in the money raised, and the donated food. As you can see from their faces, they absolutely loved looking around at the animals there.
We would like to say thank you to all who helped us raise this money!
Chaffinches have really enjoyed learning new skills in hockey and have used them to play games. They are also currently learning new skills in gymnastics with Mr Kay: they can’t wait for the next lesson.
We are getting warm by the fire in the Baudelaire mansion and preparing their house warming party. Only 17 days left until the party kicks off …
We have had a great first week back at school!
We have been to visit our local library to meet a librarian.
We learnt all about the library and how librarians help us. The librarian sent us some membership forms prior to visiting, so we took our completed forms with us. The librarian then made us members and allowed us to take a book home.
We had a great time using the self-service counter.
Then today, we have had a visit from two lovely paramedics, who kindly gave up their time to visit us.
They even brought us an ambulance, and let us look inside.
We loved it!
We had a great time, and we are planning to write some thank you cards in our Literacy lesson tomorrow.