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Stars of the Week

A huge well done to our ‘Stars of the Week’ who have shown great commitment to their studies this week.  We are so proud of everything they have achieved!  You’ll also notice that our family point tubes are nearly full!  We have until next week to reach our goal so that we can enjoy our celebration activities on 7th December – wish us luck!

Year 3 – SMSC

This week in year 3, the children had their first ‘Road Safety’ session. These were very useful as the children recapped road safety in class, followed by practising in a real life situation. They crossed different types of roads and responded very well to the instructor.

Stars of the Week

A huge well done to our ‘Stars of the Week’ this week.  They have put in some super effort and produced fantastic pieces of work!  Well done!  Well done also to Siraj and Inaaya who also won the award for their class.  Keep it up!

Stars of the Week

Last week, the ‘Stars of the Week’ did a fantastic job with all their work in class.  They made their teachers and the school proud!  Well done and keep up the hard work!

Year 3 – SMSC

Year 3 took part in a Diwali dance workshop this week. We learned lots of new dance moves and had fun retelling the story through dance. It was a brilliant way to end our day!

Reception – SMSC

This week, the Reception children have had a special visitor who came and delivered an African dance workshop. The children had the opportunity to experience and take part in the African dance. This has enhanced their understanding of African culture.  Everyone has a fabulous time!

Year 3 – Art SMSC

This week Year 3 took part in an African dance session which was so much fun. We learnt lots of dance moves! We also experimented and practised using different types of brush strokes in Art. Our favourite was pointillism. #Art #AfricanDance #Dimensions

Year 2 – SMSC

This week, Year 2 took part in an African dance workshop. They enjoyed learning about rhythm, key movements and performing a simple African dance routine. The teachers joined in too!

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