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Wishing you all a very merry ChristmasWe had a lovely final assembly today and we concluded our story about the candle maker who was searching to make the perfect candle. She found her perfect candle in a tall white candle that a visitor brought to her house. This candle reminds us of Jesus, He was the Messiah, the one who all the prophets were looking forward to.To finish off we sang two gorgeous Christmas songs, Turn Down the Lights and Hope of Heaven. We lit candles to remind us that Jesus is the light of our world. This is why we celebrate Christmas , because we remember the time when Jesus was born, the time that all the prophets were waiting for, just like the candle ...
Posted 19 Dec 2014, 08:44 by Mrs Bradwell
Christmas Carol ServiceTuesday 16th December 2014 was our carol service at St John's church. It was lovely to see so many parents and carers at church - thank you for coming down. The children sang and performed really well with strong voices and smiling faces. Thank you to all the staff for their hard work and well done children, we were really proud of you. This was a lovely addition to the Christmas festivities and it was super to be able to share it with our community.
Posted 17 Dec 2014, 02:52 by Mrs Bradwell
Poetry RecitalOn Friday 21st of November we finished off WOW week with a wonderful poetry recital. During the week we had been focusing our attention to poetry and completing exciting tasks in the WOW room - see Mrs Riley's earlier post. Whilst in class we practised and practised, learning our poem off-by-heart, with expression, intonation and choreographing accompanying moves!Every English set had learnt a poem to recite to the school and performed it during the assembly on Friday 21st. The teachers were our judges (although they didn't judge their own set otherwise that would have been unfair!) and gave scores out of ten. Some teachers were very animated and really added some pizzazz! Here are a couple ...
Posted 16 Dec 2014, 04:35 by Mrs Bradwell