Today saw children from Angelfish in Year 1 perform their class assembly. The children did a fantastic performance of a singing and dancing introduction to their assembly on Africa, including actions too! Mr Moloney has also been helping Miss Pullan with the dancing and singing to “Waka Waka” by Shakira and “Roar” by Katy Perry… if you would like to listen to the Waka Waka music again, click here:
During the assembly, the children spoke about different animals from around the world, which they have been working on in class. Other children spoke about what animals eat and how they travel around. They also spoke about their trip to Marwell Zoo and the different animals that they saw there.
Well done to everyone for a fantastic assembly! Leave a comment below to let us know what you think.
Today is sadly the last day for Rose the cook, working at our school after nearly 3 years working at our school. Endless roast potatoes, pizzas, rolls and wonderful meals have been carefully cooked by Rose, as she retires from our school today.
The hall was filled with the smell of cooking as during the assembly, the school presented flowers and chocolates to Rose to thank her for her work in Holbrook’s kitchen.
We wish her a relaxing and enjoyable retirement and hope that she enjoys the Easter break too.
This week saw a celebration packed assembly with children across the school using their learning behaviours to improve their work…
Good learners were awarded certificates in assembly for collaboration, stickability and hard work in lessons across the curriculum. This included work in Maths, reading on Gothic Horror stories, superb work on the Mrs Armitage story, doughnut fractions, using tools to improve independence and even a Colla certificate for Miss Trenchard for her work in Year 6 on their artwork.