The Year 3 and Year 4 children have been busy this half term creating some beautiful poppy canvases for the ‘Thorne Remembers’ gallery at St Nicolas’ Church that will be on display from 9th – 11th November. Why not pop down and take a look!
Today we saw the launch of the KS1 brochure ‘We Love Thorne’. The red carpet was rolled out and the children and their families, staff and our special guests celebrated in the hall after school. The children that spoke were fantastic and the hard work from last term is celebrated with both a printed and digital brochure. We can’t wait to see it go online!
Oliver has been litter picking this week to tidy up our town using his Grandad’s litter picker. Oliver then created some beautiful posters to advertise keeping Thorne clean and tidy. Well done Oliver! I’m so proud of you!
Mrs Hay 🙂
A big thank you to all the parent’s, carers, family and friends who came to the Year 3 and 4 Pop-Up Chocolate Shop at school today. It was wonderful to have so much support – I hope you had the opportunity to taste your purchases!
The children have worked so hard over the last few months to design and create all aspects of the products – from the packaging production to the chocolate creation!
Well done to Kane and Megan for writing and presenting such a great introduction to the event – you both spoke with confidence and clarity in front of so many people!
Finally, a big thank you to all the staff, who have supported the children in their chocolate exploits over the last few weeks – Green Top really has resembled Willy Wonka’s factory at times – the children could not have done it without your assistance!
What an amazing day! KS1 have been so busy working alongside artists from Scrapstore in Hull. Today each class created large scale castles out of scrap materials that would normally be thrown away by factories in the area. These castles will now be used as break out areas in our new fan dabby dozie immersive classrooms. We have learnt that great things can be created with recyclable materials, we worked as a team and had lots of FUN!
A memorable day for all children and teachers.
The book fair opened on Friday morning and it was lovely to see so many children excited about buying a new book!
There is a great selection of books at very reasonable prices – made even cheaper with the World Book Day token, that gives £1 off!
The Book Fair is on until Wednesday after school – come and buy a book and raise funds for school!
Today the winning bloggers from the ‘Why I love Green Top Blog’ competition received their prizes in our Out of this World assembly. They have all been given a £5 voucher to spend at our book fair this week!
Well done and enjoy your prize!