Trotwood Class Assembly!

Trotwood have been learning about the farm .
The children enjoyed retelling the story of Farmer Duck so much they decided to base their assembly on a retelling of the story. The children were confident to sing, act out and share some knowledge about making butter. Thank you to all the parents for getting involved in the churning of butter. It tasted delicious and only took ten minutes to make.

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Bockett’s Farm

We had a wonderful time at Bockett’s Farm in Surrey! From riding a tractor, milking a goat, watching pig racing to stroking baby goats the children loved being on a working farm. They were an absolute credit to our school as they treated the animals so kindly and were extremely safe on our school trip. One of our favourite moments was cheering on the victorious pig, in the pig race, called Voldesnort!

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Music Assembly

WOW – today the school was treated to two superb performances by the choir, guitar and ukulele clubs! They played and sung wonderfully in front of Key Stages 1, Key Stage 2 and Early Years. Both songs were instantly recognised by the children who battled hard against the urge to sing along!

Luckily, we got to sing along at the end which sounded beautiful! Well done to all of the singers, musicians and adults involved. It was an absolute delight!

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Reception Assembly!

We are very proud of our children as they learnt the words to every song and came up with their own choreography! This was especially awe inspiring as they did not have a lot of time to learn their lines after the holiday. The children really engaged with Meerkat Mail; a tale about a meerkat that gets itchy feet but after a voyage of self discovery realises how lucky he is to have a wonderful family!

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Charles Dickens Eisteddfod 2017

It’s the time of year again when it’s time for the Eisteddfod! This year’s edition was yet another fantastic celebration of the artistic and creative talents our school has to offer. During our annual Eisteddfod, we witnessed amazing recitals, musical performances, songs, dances and a wide variety of homework competitions.

 

Well done to everyone who took part and a special well done to all of our prize winners! Make sure you enter lots of competitions next year so you’re in for a chance of a prize!

 

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