Happy, kind and brave.
Together we learn, together we grow, together we soar.
Two days of non- uniform!
What an unusual week where we have had two non-uniform days. The first day was to support our school PTFA who were asking for chocolate and egg donations for the forthcoming Easter Fayre. The second one was for Comic Relief. We would like to thank you for your monetary donations. We especially liked the jokes the children brought in. Here are just a few that were shared.
Joke 1: There were 10 cats on a boat. One cat jumped off. How many were left?
None! They were copy-cats!
Joke 2: Knock, knock!
Cows moo, not who!
Joke 3: What do you call a sheep on a trampoline?
A woolly jumper!
Joke 4: What do you call a magician’s dog?
Joke 5: What did the lettuce say to the door?
Lettuce I, it’s freezing out here!
Joke 6: What do you call a dancing lamb?
The children have continued to work well on their Geography and English work this week.
The children learned how to draw a simple map of a town in Kenya using keys to identify different physical and human features. In English, they listened to a traditional African tale. They then tried retelling that tale to each other. Traditional tales were often passed through generations simply by telling the stories and not reading or writing them. Through using their own created storyboards, the children then wrote the story of Why the Sun and Moon live in the Sky. Maybe you could ask them the story -we are sure they will remember the whole tale. Enjoy!