That’s one happy seal! What’s he so happy about, I wonder?
Archive | May, 2015
Please save your cardboard boxes and cereal boxes for a new project in Reception Class. Please don’t flatten them down. Thank you
Gardening Club 20 May
…. and then, it was Music Day. Eight varied activities and musical experiences. 1. Playing the bells and boomwhackers … following a notated score. 2. Expressive art whilst listening to classical music from the Ten Pieces. 3. Singing your favourite tunes, karaoke style. 4. Creating rhythms on the djembe drums. 5. Dancing through the decades. more »
On Monday afternoon Year 6 demonstrated their learning of the clarinet to the whole school. They were brilliant. It was great to see how much they have progressed since the beginning of the year. Well done .
The children have had their final day of sewing their slippers. They all worked really hard and were really pleased with the end product. Nearly all of the children in unit three completed them;those who haven’t, are going to try and complete them over half term. Several children even put on their slippers to make more »
Thursday 21st May Today, after weeks of anticipation, hours of practising and a few last minute nerves the curtain went up on Southill’s First Children’s Concert. The audience eagerly waited as Taryn opened the concert on the piano and voice with ‘The Power of Love.’ Next was the turn of Amber and Kelsey playing an more »
As part of our ‘Circle of Life’ topic and our learning about animals, plants and habitats, Year Two will be going on an exciting trip to Lorton Meadows on Monday 8th June. We will be exploring the grounds, going pond dipping, finding mini-beasts and plants as well as playing some fun games.
Monday 18th May 2:30pm Not to be outdone by the 2 professional musicians earlier in the day, the Year 6 children held their first ‘live’ concert in the afternoon. And what a concert it was. They’ve only been learning for 25 weeks and yet they expertly performed: 1. a lullaby .. ‘twinkle twinkle little star’ 2. a more »