The Sleepy Shepherd

By | FS2, Year 1, Year 2

We would like to say a massive well done to all the children who preformed in our Infant Nativity. The show was a huge success and we feel so blessed to have such talented children and staff at our school.

 

Thank you for your kind donations. Our chosen charity this year is the Lighthouse Homeless Project. Next week we will let you know how much we have raised.

 

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

 

Love Mrs Gurner,

Pantomime season begins in Year 4

By | Year 4

This week, all children have had the opportunity to try a range of acting roles and have been given a part in our production of Jack and the Beanstalk.  Remember, there is no such thing as a small part.  Make sure you shine by making the most of the role you have chosen.  If you are a dancer or singer, you could find a song to include and write some new words or create a dance routine.  If you are backstage, you could design and make a piece of the set or a prop.  If you have a speaking part, you could write part of your script so that it can be included. Start to talk with a grown up at home about what costume you could make together.  We will let you know the date we will be performing our pantomime as soon as we can.

Y6 Homework

By | Year 6

Mr Frelich will now be in his class for 20 mins on Monday lunch time to support anyone having problems with their homework. He will also be adding a ‘How to’ Page to guide children on their homework.

Infant Nativity

By | FS2, News, Year 1, Year 2

The children are busy preparing for their grand performances on Friday 15th December. 

We kindly ask FS2 and Year 1 parents to attend the 9:30 show and Year 1 and Year 2 parents to attend the 1:30 show.

 

The PTA will be busy selling raffle tickets. All money raised will go towards school funds and you could win a beautiful hamper filled with Christmas treats.

 

The school will also be collecting for The Lighthouse Homeless Project.

 

Merry Christmas everyone,

Introducing Rossington St Michael’s Orchestra

By | Uncategorized

On Monday afternoon, St Michael’s Orchestra performed at our school.

The performance was a huge success and left our school feeling inspired and full of Christmas spirit. The band played a variety of songs, including, Starry Night, Jingle Bells and Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer.

Thank you St Michael’s- we hope to visit you very soon.

Poem based on ‘My Life as a Goldfish’ by Rachel Rooney

By | Year 4

My Life as a Goldfish

by Oscar

Lamp          TV        Picture

Lamp          TV        Picture

Lamp          TV        Picture

Lamp          TV        Picture

 

 

CAT

 

Picture  TV

Picture  Lamp

Picture TV

Picture Lamp

 

 

CLAW!

 

(dead)