Years 1 & 2 enjoyed their sports races on Monday 11th March. Lots of 1st, 2nd and 3rd stickers were won and proudly displayed on the children's t-shirts.
All the children participated in running races, team baton relay, team track races, obstacle races and Year 2 demonstrated their skills at the egg and spoon race whilst Year 1 opted for a dressing up race.
Lots of fun was had by all and the children were delighted when they all became gold medal winners at the end of the afternoon.
Thank you to everyone who came to cheer us on! You definitely helped us run faster!
The children had great fun raising money on World Book Day in all sorts of ways including dressing as a book character, entering competitions to colour or design a bookmark, a book quiz and an extreme reading competition. The School Council also ran a stall selling donated books.
It all started witha whole school assembly to celebrate all the wonderful outfits worn to celebrate Book
The funds raised are to be shared equally between the school library (to buy non-fiction books) and Urafiki, a Kenyan charity which buys school uniforms, books and pencils for children in Africa. We are sponsoring a boy called Moris and a girl called Faustine to be able to go to school.
Moris and Faustine
WE HAVE RAISED OVER £800 so far
- the count is not finished as donations arrive from Camp.
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