We have had a very busy term, with lots of wonderful things happening. Our Autumn Term newsletter gives a flavour of what we’ve been doing. There are colour print-outs for all the children (and anyone else who wants one!) – please contact the office if you would like one.
We had a wonderful carol service in St Mary’s church yesterday. The children sang brilliantly, the choir and Early Years performed some new Christmas songs and we had filmed readings produced by the school’s Drama Club.
Here is a clip of the choir singing ‘Go Tell it on the Mountain’ (watch out for the twist – you know how we love a mash-up…!):
KS1 performed their Nativity play on Tuesday, which had a ‘hoedown’ theme!
KS2 performed their Christmas play on Wednesday, with a story about how the Angel Gabriel could have been chosen to undertake his special task!
On Monday, our Foundation Stage pupils performed their Nativity.
Here are some shots of their beautiful play:
Here is the newsletter which went out on Friday 11th December: 11th December
Please note that the last day of term is Friday 18th December (there was a mistake in the one sent out on Friday to parents – well done to the eagle-eyed parent who spotted it!)
On Friday, Year 5 visited the Science department at Wetherby Preparatory School in Bryanston Square. They were taught how to undertake a heart dissection. Here they are, having a go!
Here is this week’s newsletter: 4th December