We will start practising the dance over the next couple of weeks and will give you information about costumes next week. Tickets for Sinbad the Sailor can be purchased from the school office. Parents and carers, prepare to have this tune stuck in your heads for the next few weeks!
This week is Anti-Bullying Week. We have been thinking about how to show kindness to others at school and celebrating everything that makes us different and special… including our odd socks on Tuesday!
Have a look at the video below and think about how small acts of kindness can brighten up somebody’s day.
Have you spotted any acts of kindness at home? Write them in the comments or in your home learning book this week.
This week Coach Anthony from Chelsea Football Club came to assembly as well as our PE lesson!
He told us about a competition to write a poem, rap or song to perform to celebrate diversity and equality during Black History Month. It should be no longer, than five verses and it must include some the following words: Building Bridges, Chelsea, equality, diversity, respect and celebration.
If you would like to enter, we have put a copy of the entry form in your home learning book.
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This term the whole school has been reading the book ‘Return’ by Aaron Becker. It is the sequel to ‘Journey’ and ‘Quest’ which we all read over the last 2 years. The book has no words, so the whole story is told through the amazing illustrations. In Return we find out what happens when we travel back through the red door to a world filled with colour and magical crayons.
Watch the clip below to get a taster of this brilliant book.
What was your favourite part of the Journey and Quest?