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It may have been a non-pupil teacher training day today but that didn’t stop there being plenty of Earls Hall action taking place, both at school and on the sporting front! At Garons, Mr Smith and Mrs Thorne were accompanied by a group of dedicated children from KS2 who gave up their non-pupil day in […]
It was a busy last day in school before the half term break. In the morning the children in 6J became games inventors as they worked in pairs to create their own board games. Having designed the game layouts they had to devise rules before presenting how their games worked to the rest of the […]
There was a creative theme in school today as some of the children used paint and printing ink to create works of art. The children in Squirrels created their own mono prints of sea creatures. They designed their own line drawings of the creatures before transferring them to polystyrene tiles and indenting the lines with […]
There was a nautical theme across the Year Two classes today as the children spent the whole day focusing on setting sail as pirates! The morning began with the children being shown a video of Cap’n Badcock, a mysterious sea scallywag, who explained that he was desperate to embark on a sea adventure but was […]
It was a day of celebrating effort today. The morning started with the children in KS1 rewarding the efforts of children reading at home by presenting them with their ‘Reading champions’ badges. The children who had reached gold and platinum status were watched by their proud parents and other family members who were all invited […]
The end of the week had an air of celebration about it as we began our ‘Celebration Assemblies’ by focusing on the up and coming royal wedding. Both Mr B and Mr Geach explained to the children all about the events taking place and what they could expect to see if they watch the ceremony […]
The week continued to be a busy one. The morning began for the children in KS1 with a religious theme as Miss Scarlett led an assembly about Buddhist festival of Wesak. Wesak is the most important of the Buddhist festivals and is celebrated on the full moon in May. It celebrates the Buddha’s birthday, and, […]
It was a day full of challenge and team work for the children in Year Two as they spent their ‘Forest Friends’ sessions creating their own games. The children worked in teams to make up their own rules, set up obstacles and lead the games. They then had to explain the rules of their games […]