The week continued to be a busy one as there was plenty of activity both at Earls Hall and off site.
The children in Elm class had a great time at the Wat Tyler Country Park. At the park they took part in team games where they were challenged to achieve targets as a group using key communication skills with Martin from the education centre.
Later in the day the children helped prepare the meals that they ate as well as undertaking key jobs to keep the residential centre tidy such as hoovering and wiping tables.
Back in school the children in Year Six came to school as evacuees as they travelled back in time in order to spend the day experiencing WWII. As part of the day the children made their own dishes of Woolton Pie which was a commonly made meal made predominantly out of vegetables which could have been grown in the garden. Thanks to all of our families for supporting the day and sending the children into school looking the part,
In the afternoon and evening the children in Year Five took to the stage in the upstairs hall in order to tell the Easter Story with a modern take. The children acted, sang and danced their way through the show brilliantly and made everyone proud! Well done children, we are proud of you!