The Children in class 3 had a wonderful day at Lundy Farm, Hempnall, where they took part in various activities linked to our Wild West topic. The activities included, panning for gold, constructing a teepee, building a fire that cooked lunch and making a working travois.
A wonderful time was had by everyone at Carrow Road on Monday 22nd May. The weather was fabulous and the children and adults thoroughly enjoyed the occasion, going through the tunnel, sitting in the stands and, of course, playing on the pitch!
Our Summer Concert was a wonderful musical evening, and we couldn’t be more proud of our children. We experienced such a wide range of musical talent ranging from Samba drums, to woodwind orchestra and soloists, strings and percussion culminating in choir’s rendition of Sing and Happy. It certainly left us all feeling very happy. Many, many thanks to Charlotte and Laura and also to John Cann the Samba-man.
We organised a visit for all the children in Class 3 on Tuesday 25th April to Norwich Cathedral. The children took part in singing and learning about other cultures through music making, and they also had time to enjoy the amazing Cathedral.
The school choir performed at the Norfolk Music Festival on Wed. 8 March at St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich. The children gave an energetic and joyful rendition of their chosen songs and we were very proud when they were awarded ‘highly commended’ for their performance. Thank you to Mrs Cork for her time and effort with the choir.
Another lovely Mothers Day Service was enjoyed by everyone able to attend Sts.Peter and Paul’s Church in Bergh Apton last Wednesday. Children in Class 1 showed some delightful pictures of mums, with the rest of the classes sharing prayers and thoughts on mums. We are grateful for Mrs Andrews who very kindly provided daffodils for the children to give out to their mums at the end of the service.
The school supported Great Ormond Street Hospital with our own “Crazy Hair” day on Friday 10th Feb. Each child who participated bought in a £1 donation to raise funds and we had some fabulous creative hairstyles/colours!
Visit by “Will Lord” – the Prehistoric experience and workshop
Published: 18th January 2017
A fantastic time was had by class 3 and 4 on Tuesday 17th January. A huge structure was erected on the school playing field, and cavemen ‘Wood’ and ‘Sea’, in full caveman regalia, introduced the children to a wide range of skills and knowledge required to survive and thrive during the Stone Age.