Friday, 21 November 2014
Visitors to the school may have been surprised by the number of bikes in the playground this week! That is because we have had a visiting team from Cycle4Life who have been giving Bikeability training to our oldest children. Years 5 and 6 had their first session on the playground on Monday, then ventured out onto the streets of Eaton Bray later in the week - all kitted out safely in their cycle helmets! The weather remained cheerful throughout the week, right up until Friday, when it was the turn of Year 4. They had to contend with heavy rain and a chilly breeze... (which they did without complaint!)
On Thursday, it was the last Sharing Assembly for this term, and in fact, for the whole of 2014! Children shared their achievements, showing talent in all areas of the curriculum.
The Hall was also very busy on Friday, as the display of art work from all the children in Main School was exhibited and sold to parents. How wonderful to be able to purchase your child's art work, fully framed, as a keepsake for life.
St Mary's Church was the focus of Squirrels Art work on Tuesday afternoon. They produced close observational work, based on the stained glass windows.
Practicing is underway for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Concerts, with children deciding if they would prefer a speaking or non-speaking role. The children themselves will choose parts that they feel most suited to them.
Here is a selection of photographs of things that have been going on around the school, and work being in the classes from Pre-School right through to Year 6. Enjoy!
REMEMBER: CHRISTMAS FAYRE - 29th NOVEMBER 12.00 - 3.00pm