The Daisies enjoyed celebrating Children in Need Day and made some wonderful Pudsey creations! Thank you to our wonderful community for all your generosity.
RE, RRSA and British Values
The Sunflowers and Daffodils talked about why we wear a poppy. They talked about remembering the soldiers and their families. They created some beautiful pictures of Flanders field. We are so proud of how kind and caring our children are.
The Sunflowers and Daffodils had a fantastic day raising money for Children in Need. They found out about some of the children that their money would support. Thank you to all our parents/carers for their generosity!
We loved exploring a variety of editions of the Bible, old and new, as part of our learning about the Christian faith.
Thanks to Tom and Barbara for sending us this beautiful photograph of the Robins’ sponsored little boy in Uganda. LOOK – he is wearing the school shirt that we sent for him. Barbara says he loved our messages and pictures!
Wow, all of the Daisies loved being involved in our McMillan coffee morning! We even had our very own VIP!
We were represented by several of our wonderful children at St. John’s Parish Church, Cudworth on Remembrance Sunday. We laid our cross of poppies, along with many members of our local community, on the War Memorial. Lest we forget.
The Year 3/4 Owls have been working exceptionally hard to create the artwork for our Special Remembrance Assembly board. We have sewn poppies and created poppy wreaths using wax crayons. We signified ‘unity’ using our hands for the leaves of the wreath.
We also read the story ‘Peace Lily’ by our friend Hilary Robinson and used this to think of questions in our philosophy lesson. Miss Spellman was really impressed with some of our deeper thinking questions.
Our gifts for our sponsored friend in Uganda will be on their way over the next few weeks. We can’t wait to hear about how Tom and Barbara’s mission went when they return.
Year 6 completed a historical study, linked to the local community, researching people from Cudworth who had been involved in global conflicts. Our silhouetted soldiers will be on display in Cudworth to mark Remembrance Day.
Our new School Council met for the first time and decided to write a Vision Statement together. Mrs. Allen is looking forward to working together with the newly elected Councillors throughout the year.
Here are our new school councillors for this academic year. They have read the School Councillors Code with Mrs. Allen in Assembly and they are looking forward to their first meeting.