Throughout March, as a school we are planning to walk from John o Groats to Lands end and back! That’s 1,748 miles!

If my calculations are correct as a school we only need to do 110,505 steps a day! Easy!

So charge up your fit bits and smart watches and get your walking shoes ready!

At the end of the week complete the google form that I have attached to this blog and we will record your steps. There will be weekly prizes in school for most steps in a week and all school staff will be getting involved too.

Good luck and I hope you enjoy the challenge 🙂

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https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-KHSvtCY_CBiXPh8snIZPQpW1Dy1QsaZJAnnIvX5Xys/edit

Key Stage 1 half term video

Jerusalema KS1 video link

 

As part of mental health and well being week last week Key Stage 1 enjoyed learning a dance that has gone viral and really wanted to do their own…who are we to let them down 🙂

 

So, we have an end of term video that Key Stage 1 would love to share with you.

Thank you to children at home and in school and to parents and carers for all of your hard work and supporting school in everything we do.

 

Have a lovely half term

 

Mrs Shaw and your Key Stage 1 crew

 

Pyjama day

Year 1 have had a fantastic day today in their pyjamas! Everyone looked amazing and we think we need to come to school in our pyjamas more often.

 

We had a treat this afternoon of hot chocolate and a bun for all our hard work this week.

 

We hope you all have a lovely and safe half term and we will see you in a week.

 

Mrs Burton, Miss Hilton, Mrs Gilbert, Miss O’Neill and  Mrs Robson.

Magic medicine

we have been making amazing medicine today just like princess Pearl in Zog and the flying doctors. We used a wax candle and made patterns on the medicine bottle and then used watercolour paints to wash over the top to reveal the patterns.

The medicine bottles looked amazing and we all had lots of fun doing them.

well done everyone.

Miss Hilton, Mrs Gilbert, Miss O’Neill

Dragon eyes

This afternoon we have made dragon eyes from clay using tools. We have had to shape the clay and flatten it with our hands. Then we used different clay tools to make patterns and shapes to show the dragon skin and scales.

 

Fantastic effort from year 1 this afternoon keep checking the blog to see the finished products.

 

We need to say a big thank you to all the children for putting lots of effort in and being really sensible when tidying the clay up.

 

Thank you everyone!

 

Mrs Burton, Mrs Robson and Miss Hilton