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Spreading lots of Christmas cheer by singing loud for all to hear…

Yesterday the Year 2 choir represented our school at the Normanton Joint Carol concert for schools across Normanton.  The children sang for their audience brilliantly and the Mayor thoroughly enjoyed their performance.  The children were, as always, excellent ambassadors for our school family.  Mrs Smith and

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

Today we began our countdown to Christmas as we came together as a school family to decorate our Christmas trees.  Each year group took it in turns to sing to each other while every child and member of staff in school added their bauble to

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Foundation Stage Messy Church

Today Foundation Stage prepared to celebrate the start of Advent with their themed ‘messy church’ day.  The day began with Miss Dyson’s class explaining what advent means to Christians in their collective worship.  In Foundation Stage we then explored Advent further and looked at traditions. 

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Spreading some Christmas cheer…

This morning Miss Gallagher organised and led a fantastic Christmas Craft workshop for parents and pupils.  The event was exceptionally well attended and pupils worked with their families on a range of ‘crafty’ activities, some to sell on the school’s Christmas Market stall on Friday

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We will remember them…

Miss Beal’s class family led our remembrance service for our school family this morning.  The Resilient Rhinos told us all about World War I and II.  They also shared poems, prayers and artwork.  Following the service, Year 2 pupils visited Normanton Cenotaph to pay their

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Autumn fun…

This afternoon our Foundation Stage learners and their families came into school to work together on some of our harvest-themed activities alongside myself, Mrs Pickard and Mr Bond.  We had a fantastic time working together to create our beautiful autumn leaf frames.  It was lovely

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