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Roald Dahl Day - Our story jar trail...
This week we have celebrated Roald Dahl Day by making story jars. Look at some of our beautiful examples from every year group.
We had a fun time learning about Roald Dahl and celebrating his many wonderful stories . Each class read a different book. We then used our story knowledge to design and decorate story jars. We put in tea lights and displayed them in the playground . All the children followed the trail and enjoyed seeing each other’s work. From The BFG, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda to the Twits, Fantastic Mr Fox and more , everyone has enjoyed their story and art work.
Next week we will be learning songs to celebrate Harvest time. Every year group will be choosing a song and we will put these on our web site next week .
Black History Month
Across school we have been celebrating Black History Month. It has provided a fantastic opportunity for us to recognize the outstanding contributions people of African and Caribbean descent and celebrate the lives of some very significant individuals.
Take a look at some of the wonderful creations across the school:
Year 1 researched the life of Mary Seacole. We looked at who she was and what amazing things she did. Compared what a nurse looked like 220 years to the present day. Discussed how unfair it was that she couldn’t vote because of the colour of her skin. Finally, we became Doctors for the day and made our own cholera medicine, following Mary’s own recipe!
Year 2 researched the life of Lenny Henry and his charitable contributions. They made carnival masks for a charity event.
Year 3 enjoyed researching the life of Barack Obama and created beautiful factfiles.
We had lots of Halloween fun when each class designed and then carved pumpkins.
Poppies to remember
Lest we forget.
We created a whole school poppy sculpture in remembrance of those who have served in the armed forces all over the world.
Each year group used a different art skill to create a profusion of poppies.
To celebrate the start of advent we all made Christingles. Each part of a Christingle represents something special for this time of year. Advent starts four Sundays before Christmas.
A Christingle is made from different objects. Each of the objects has a special meaning.