What a fun day we have had! This morning we decorated the Gingerbread Men that we baked with Miss Bolton, we watched The Stick Man movie to get us in the Christmas Spirit, then this afternoon we partied, partied, partied!
Thank you SO much to all of the parents for the contributions of food, the children were spoiled and there are plenty left overs for tomorrow, too! Yippee!
Photos and video links below.
Mrs Burgess :o)
First we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came to watch our Christmas show. The children have worked incredibly hard and myself and Mr Conolly are extremely proud! The final show was fantastic! The children’s hard work really did pay off! We are all looking forward to celebrating by eating lots of yummy food and dancing during tomorrows party. Well done Year 2! 😀
I still don’t think I am over the OUTSTANDING performance the children gave us in the hall today. I can’t express enough how proud myself and Mr Kershaw are. The children behaved beautifully, sang their hearts out and even gave the teachers a lump in their throats, what a pleasure it is to teach all of your children. Well done Reception Rosen and Reception Donaldson.
Thank you to all parents for the wonderful turn out to support the children. We really appreicate it.
We hope you all have an incredible Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
Love, your plug and socket,
Mrs Burgess and Mr Kershaw.
(video links below)
National Online Safety have provided us all with a festive story about a boy named Oscar who learns important lessons about using the internet safely on the night before Christmas. Click the link below to read the story.
Today our school choir took a trip to the Ellesmere centre to perform the songs that we have been learning this term. The children sang their hearts out for an hour to help raise money for Walkden Rotary Club. The children were an absolute credit to the school and overcame nerves to sing beautiful in front of the busy shopping centre. Every single member of the choir should be incredibly proud of how hard they have worked this term and how quickly they have learnt some very tricky songs.
Next Tuesday (the 18th December) , the choir will be performing a concert starting at 3:30pm in the Junior Hall. Everyone is welcome to come along and listen to our fabulous choir show off how talented they are. There may even be a mince pie or two!
Take a look below to see us in action.
Thanks for all your support
Mrs Soar 🙂
For all you parents who has a little one starring in a Nativity this year…
Mrs Burgess :o)