The children who are in school have been busy making these lovely decorations for our windows to support our key workers. Well done everyone they look fantastic.
Class 2 - Mrs Deering
- The children have been showing their support today at St. Margaret’s for all the key workers out there.
Mrs Robinson ran Club Doodle today which focuses on mindfulness and wellbeing, and there was plenty of children attending. Thank you Mrs Robinson.
Our choir have been singing at Oakford Manor this week. They sang beautifully and the residents enjoyed themselves and speaking to the children after. Well done everyone.
After our busy morning it was time for our great adventure. We were going around the World in 80 days (Courtesy of Chatsworth House Christmas Decorations). We entered the building and began our journey.
We were able to visit lots of different countries including, Venice China, India, Spain, The Netherlands, Japan, Nordic Countries, Canada and many more.
On our journey we met Phileas Fogg and Marco Polo. We also saw the Northern Lights.
The decorations were beautiful, and at the end of our journey we had to sit down and rest!!
Yesterday Class 2 went to Chatsworth House for the day. When we arrived we were greeted by some deer.
In the morning we started off at the Farm, where we saw some horses, pigs and donkeys. Some of us had a go on a tractor as well!!
We had lunch in one of the barns and some furry friends came to eat with us.
After lunch we went up the secret tunnel to the playground where we had time on the play equipment before going to the main house.
Then it was time for our big adventure………………………………………..
Class 2 have written letters to Santa and today some of them posted them. Hope they get a reply!!!
What a fantastic treat we had today. All the children went to St. Margaret’s and enjoyed a pantomime from M and M Theatrical Productions. They watched (and took part in) Pinocchio. What a performance it was brilliant, thank you M and M!!
School was closed today so that all our staff and a Governor could attend the St. Ralph Sherwin Feast day with our colleagues from the other 23 schools in the CMAT. Our CEO gave an input, followed by Jacqueline Rodden who is a member of the Trust Board.
We then had a fantastic input from the main guest speaker David Wells which was funny, thought provoking and inspirational.
This afternoon we had an uplifting Mass.
What a great day and many thanks to those that did a tremendous job organising the event.