Kindergarten have just performed the most amazing Nativity at St. Paul's Church. Thank you to all our families for the wonderful costumes and donations towards the church charity. The children have worked so hard practising the songs since October and the Makaton sign language to accompany the songs was just magical. Thank you to all the staff for working so hard behind the scenes to bring you such a special performance. ** More Photos on our Photo Album page. **
Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells....Did you hear the sleigh bells at Nursery today? Father Christmas popped in to say "Merry Christmas" to all the children & grown ups at Nursery. He was delighted with all the singing and the children's manners were beautiful. It was lovely to see the children so excited and they sang him lots of songs to help spread the festive cheer!
We had our own Nursery Polling Station set up in the Pink Hall. Just like the grown ups, we were able to make a mark on our vote cards, learning about making decisions & choices. We had a very sparkly ballot box and was probably the brightest in town! Our official results are 29 "Yes" to Snow on Christmas Day and 5 said "No".
The after school club have been making melted snowman biscuits. The children had the task ofmixing up the icing sugar and designing their snowmen. Some children added chocolate sprinkles and some children added buttons using icing pens. All snowmen biscuits were delicious!
We would like to say a massive thank you Kingsley School, Bideford, for the invitation and warm welcome to the school theatre this morning. Kindergarten were invited to watch 'The Inn-Spectors' put on by Kingsley Prep School. All 23 children were an absolute pleasure to take as they enjoyed the performance and had the most beautiful manners. We sang and cheered and clapped along to the performance. The acting was superb and the costumes and scenery were a true delight. Tha
We were pleased to welcome so many families to our kindergarten Parent's Evening last week. Our lovely team were so proud to show your child's Learning Journey. We hope you are finding the school's display helpful in the Pink Hall. If you would like to speak to a member of staff about school decisions or your child's Learning Journey then please do not hesitate to ask.
Reading is such a special time spent with a child, no m,atter what time of day it is. We are often heard reading and rhyming and we even have the 'Book Worms' library in Forest School. The after school club loved visiting the Tawstock Telephone Library and they are looking forward to returning to swap their books. Thank you to the parents of Holywell School in Tawstock for organising this.