Let’s light up the sky for loved ones lost , those alone because of illness and the for the key workers caring for them at this sad time. It is because of these people we need to show solidarity against Coronavirus! Let’s show sympathy , support, compassion and empathy and pay tribute to these wonderful people.
To get involved simply get creative and make a star: as big, shiny and as glittery as you wish and put it up in your windows. Let us then bring each star to life and pay our tributes by shining a light from a window or door whilst having a minutes silence on Monday 20th April at 9pm, and commemorate the lives and people affected by coronavirus.
Any photos of stars made received by 9am Saturday morning to the EYFS@email address will be included in a GT video that will be shared across our social media channels.
Draw a picture of a bright shiny star, put it in your window so it can be seen from afar
Take a picture of your amazing creation, then post on media to show the nation
To bring your start alive at night, let’s all come together and fully unite
Shine a light from a window or a door at your house, pause silent for a minute, as quiet as a mouse
Shine your light bright across the street where you live, show those who are suffering the love that you give
For the lives we have lost or will never be the same, let them not be a number for each one of them has a name
Please see the presentation below about Y2 SATs. Should you have any questions please see class teachers or email Mrs Jackson on KS1@greentopschool.co.uk
There will be a variety of activities linked to reading during the week beginning the 2nd March. Our annual dress up day linked to book characters will be on Thursday 5th March. Watch out next week for more information on our forthcoming book fair and the activities we have planned at the start of March!
Good evening everyone.
Here I am with my little chum Elliott enjoying my book of the month at bedtime last night. Don’t forget to record any of your own books that you read at home in your Reading Diary.
Did you know that reading at bedtime can help you to relax so you get a better night’s sleep?
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Classes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 are beginning an exciting new reading challenge competition!
Starting tomorrow, Friday the 10th of January, everytime your child brings their reading pack into school to be changed they will receive a raffle ticket. Once every 4 weeks a lucky winner from each class will win a SUPER READER HAMPER full of prizes. The more your child reads at home, the more chances they will have of winning the monthly prize!
So come on! Get out those reading packs and get reading!!!
What a great time we all had performing for our families and carers on Monday and Tuesday! We’re sure you will agree we all learned our lines and our songs wonderfully and we hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did!
Here are Class 6 in our fabulous costumes.
Thank you all so much for your continued support.
Here I am snuggled up with Victoria while we read my book in bed!
Did you know reading at bedtime can prepare your body for sleep by helping you to relax?
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Hi everyone. I had a smashing time at Emilea’s last night. I love spending time with class 6 and finding out what they get up to when they aren’t in school. She took me to musical theatre before we shared my book at bedtime.
Did you know that reading helps young kids learn to focus and pay attention as they listen to a story?
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Here I am at Scarlett’s house last night. I never get tired of hearing the children read my favourite stories.
Did you know studies show that reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance?
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