Week Three of the new term has been very busy indeed. Children in all classes have settled well into their new topics and we see great levels of enthusiasm about what is being learnt across the school.
Our Reception children continue to have a fun, learning time finding out about and discovering "real" Dinosaurs. The two classes experienced a Dinosaur safari adventure earlier in the week...... and they did indeed find dinosaurs - they even have dinosaur eggs hatching in class.
We have so many good things happening at the moment, today I make special mention about one of our Year 4 pupils - Ryley. Ryley loves koala bears and has been worried that they may become extinct due to the horrific bush fires. He has actively set up fundraising to save koalas. Well done Ryley, please support this if you are able, I know that Year 4 are keen to begin selling cakes to promote this event. Well done to Chloe, Tia and Steffan also today who independently led a presentation on how we can all work together to look after our school and keep it tidy.
The Feather Duster award this week was presented to 4H (the children will explain this to you I am sure).
Year 3 children looked fantastically colourful today in readiness for their Mad Hatter un birthday tea party, part of the new topic launch of Year 3.
What a super week at school. Have a good weekend everyone!