As you may have heard already, we had some very special visitors in our school today. Not only did santa arrive with his helper elf, reindeer and his very own snow machine, the children seemed extremely pleased with a certain canine vistor on the front seat. Santa brought a dog and we couldnt have been happier. Back to our day... they children showed me that they could be very well behaved and wait their turn when arriving at Santa's van. After receiving a gift from the man h
During our last week in school, we were all lucky enough to be visited by Mr Claus himself. He left a huge bad of gifts for those children who had been incredibly sensible and good for their teachers in our first term of Nursery. The excitement and joy on the faces of each child was incredible, each child was eager to share their toys and play amongst all of their new found friends. Roll on 2020!
Reception have been as busy as Father Christmas' Elves this week! We have upheld the tradition of eating Christmas Dinner, it was delicious. Thank you Bernie and all the kitchen team! We loved all the decorations and having a dance to Christmas songs once we had finished. On Tuesday we had a very special visitor, Father Christmas and his reindeer-Lightening! We found out Lightening is 3 years old, and still in training to learn how to fly! Father Christmas brought his reindee
Year 2 performed the Christmas Story yesterday for their families. They have worked so hard to learn songs, words, actions, dances and acting. I'm sure you all agree that they did an amazing job. Have a peaceful Christmas and a happy New Year. Thank you for your continued support. See you in January.
Mrs Sullivan, Mrs Hitchmough and our school council members - 6 children in Year 2 visited Mother Teresa House in Liverpool. This charity help the homeless in our city. The children delivered the food and met some of the nuns who work for the charity. Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to this food donation.
Santa and his reindeer 'Lightening' came to visit Chestnut today. We got to stroke 'Lightening' , he was so soft and fluffy. Santa listened to our Christmas wishes and he even made it snow for a little while.
Willow class had a fabulous time taking part in drama activities with a professional drama teacher. The children were able to bring this historical event to life. They practised different drama techniques such as freeze framing and conscience alley. The children took on various roles as they re-told the events of The Great Fire of London together.
Year 1 had a great time at their Christmas movie night last week. We snuggled up in our slippers with blankets, cushions and teddy bears and got comfy for the movie. We enjoyed treats of popcorn and juice.