KS1 Community Crew Meeting

On Thursday, KS1 gathered once again with students, teachers and parents/carers for our weekly Community Crew meeting. We shared our recent learning, celebrated shout outs and praises, and gave special recognition for our Crew Champions … as well as enjoy singing our crew songs! A huge well done to everybody for a fantastic learning week in KS1, and especially to all those who received special mentions and certificates – keep on being fantastic!

Crew Hilton / Dutton were, for the second week running, crowned 1st place in attendance. Can they make it a hat-trick and keep Paddington the Bear for a 3rd consecutive week? Only time (and the class registers!) will tell …

Class 7 – Superstar Carer Award!

A huge well done goes to our very kind and caring Ava, who was so enthralled by our recent work with local care homes that she has encouraged her family to get involved too. At the weekend, Ava went back to visit the care home with her family to spread some Christmas cheer and she was gifted this lovely card made and signed by the residents there. Well done, Ava – what a superstar carer you are. We are all very proud of your kindness and compassion – just what Christmas is all about!

Year 2 Superheroes – Class 7 at Harry Priestley House

To support our learning about helping our local communities, some of Class 7 enjoyed a visit to Harry Priestley House which cares for adults with learning disabilities. The children made cards and pictures for the residents and sang our crew song, The Climb. The residents were thrilled to meet the children and we hope to visit again soon. Well done boys and girls, we are so proud of our little superheroes!

Year 2 superheroes – Class 7 at Adeline House Care Home

Today, Year 2 have been thinking about people who might need help or support in their community and this afternoon we have continued being local superheroes by visiting care homes to meet residents and share cards and pictures with them. Some of the children from Class 7 enjoyed a visit to Adeline House and it was really special to watch them engage with the elderly residents and to see the joy they brought to the home – well done boys and girls, you should be so proud of yourselves!

We’re in Thorne Times for our charity work…

Here is the article in Thorne Times to celebrate last terms learning for ’How do we care for bears?’

Although all of the children couldn’t be in the photograph, we are very proud of each and every child in the EYFS Crew for their beautiful and kind work.

Well done everyone!