During our PSHE lessons we thought about children less fortunate than ourselves and we talked about the fact that every child matters in this world. The coronavirus pandemic, this year has had a huge impact on many people living incredibly tough lives both here and around the world and has made many children’s lives even harder.
On Wednesday 17th March our children in Pre-Reception, Reception, Year One and Year Two excitedly completed a ’red nose day’ themed scavenger hunt around our lovely school grounds. Special red nose day stickers were awarded to all the children taking part with packets of sweets for the winners.
In Year Three, Year Four, Year Five and Year Six our children enjoyed taking part in the ‘Form v Teacher’ general knowledge quiz. Questions were all prepared by the children and the nervous Form Tutors were put under the spotlight! The children in 3W and 3M beat the teachers and were the overall winners!
The children also enjoyed raising a smile around school - they wrote jokes and decorated posters which were displayed in the windows of our classrooms and halls. This perfectly complemented our school’s unplugged ‘comedic’ activities this week.
On Friday 19th March the children excitedly marked the ‘Red Nose’ televised appeal day by wearing a red accessory or red nose to school.
A huge thank you to all our parents who have already donated to the Comic Relief charity already - you have been very kind.
We have raised a total of £750!
Here is the link on our JustGiving page for (optional) donations:
Thank you so much for your support.