Archive:
Dec 2015

  1. SANTA!!!!

    Santa arrived at All Saints yesterday to deliver gifts to the children in FS and Years 1,2,3 and 4! There was a lot of excitement when the children’s parties were interrupted by a bang on the roof as the reindeer and sleigh landed and even more when the tinkle of bells and a merry HO Continue…

  2. Christmas Jumpers

    The children (and staff) all looked Santastic in their wonderful Christmas jumpers today. Even Mrs Green, visiting from the North Pole (The Trust offices) got into the swing of things with her snowman dress! We hope you will all be able to join us for our Carol Service at Church tomorrow  at 9:20 and at Continue…

  3. Santa’s sleigh competition

    The children have been helping Santa design a cutting edge sleigh as part of a competition run by CBC computers. There has been a lot of discussion as to whether it needs to have a mince-pie-ometer or can be powered by Christmas magic. Both of which are better than sprout powered technology! We really hope Continue…

  4. Key Stage 1 Nativity

    The children of Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage presented their Christmas Nativity production of ‘A Present for the Baby’ over 2 afternoons for their parents and received wonderful reviews for their acting, singing, dancing and speaking. A big thank you to all the staff who helped put on such a wonderful show and to Continue…

  5. Christmas Choir

    The Year 4 choir travelled to the Church Hall to perform a variety of traditional carols and seasonal songs. They were joined by our bell ringers who helped entertain the audience. This was a lovely occasion where the audience got to join in to sing a long with the children and their comments reflect just how Continue…

  6. Foundation Stage Nativity

    The children of Foundation Stage put on a wonderful Christmas drama for their parents – the main focus was around the Nativity but there were also appearances from Santa Claus, his reindeer and the elves. The children looked amazing and the singing was wonderful. Read some of the wonderful comments made by the parents by Continue…

  7. Year 5 and 6 Christmas Market

    As part of their Enterprise project Year 5 and 6 have been busy making Christmas decorations to sell. There were many designs suggested but these were their final choices and since then they have looked like the elves in Santa’s workshop and have been working hard to produce enough decorations to sell and hopefully turn a profit. The Continue…

  8. Nativity performance for the residents of Thornhill House and Darhaven

    The children of Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage presented their Christmas Nativity production of ‘A Present for the Baby’ to the school and our special guests – the residents of Thornhill House and of Darhaven.   The audience were very impressed with the acting, singing and dancing and left us with the following lovely Continue…