A big thank you to Mrs Smith, for noticing in our letter regarding PE uniform and jewellery, that we had erroneously copied and pasted information that is now out of date – and that the PE T-shirt is green and not white! I hope that this hasn’t caused too much confusion, it is a rather busy time of year!
Please could all the children that were asked to provide costumes, for ‘Prickly Hay’, bring them into school by Thursday 13th December.
Please ensure they are in a labelled plastic bag.
Mrs Morris & Mrs Fox
FOBCS have a few cakes still available to buy following the Christmas Fayre yesterday. They will be selling them after school today outside the main entrance.
Last week, several children from classes 3 and 4 participated in a gymnastics competition at Idsall school. All that took part show great determination and effort in all of their performances. They were required to complete a vault and floor routine – with a go on the trampolines.
Here are some pictures from the event:
There are 3 winning jars – ‘Most Original’, ‘Most Festive’ and ‘Most Humorous’! The winners were announced in the Well Done Assembly this morning.
Most Original – Peter A
Most Festive – James C
Most Humerous – Maddison R
Thank you everyone who took part and please come along to the Xmas Fayre on Sunday 9th at Cleobury North Village Hall (10 -1) and buy one of these stunning Christmas Jam Jars full of goodies!
Class 1 – Sam S / Polly B
Class 2 – Abigail C / Lola G
Class 3 – Hugo M / Ruby P
Class 4 – Owen B / George Barn
Wow – what amazing effort has gone in to decorating the Christmas Jam Jars for our Xmas Fair on Sunday at Cleobury North Village Hall between 9am and 1pm. These are beautiful, festive and make you smile! What’s even better is they are full of sweets! There are 3 winning jars – ‘Most Original’, ‘Most Festive’ and ‘Most Humorous’! Come along to Well Done Assembly tomorrow to find out who the winners are, and then come along to the Xmas Fair on Sunday and buy one of these stunning Christmas Jam Jars full of goodies!
Please could you ensure that your child has black tracksuit bottoms/ sports leggings in school for PE lessons over winter as well as a long sleeve skin/ base layer as some PE lessons will take place outside .
Our first team of Brown Clee Buddies have been enjoying visiting the residents of Ditton Priors Care Home on Tuesday afternoons. This is a new initiative where a small team of Class 4 pupils spend sometime with the residents of the Care Home, reading stories, sharing some colouring-in, playing games and just enjoying a chat and getting to know each other. So far there have been lots of smiles, and informative, caring conversations!
Today in Class 4, we explored the “times tables” sequences by finding the digital root of each number in the sequence [e.g. 3×7=21; the digital root would be 3 (2+1)]. After finding the digital root of several numbers in a times tables, each digit (1-9) was given a colour and a paper chain was made from the resulting pattern.
For example, the digital root sequence of the 8 times table was 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 9 (which would then continue to repeat itself).
Click the pictures below for a closer look.
Class 1 – Jake C / Mary A
Class 2 – Riley E / Chloe J
Class 3 – Ben J / Arthur B
Class 4 – Claudia F / George B
This week, the year 5s completed their own northern lights scene using pastels.
Click the images below for a closer look.
Class 1 enjoyed going for a hunt to find 3D shapes this afternoon! We found lots of cubes, cuboids, cylinders and even cones! It was so exciting!
Our reception children had a great time at Forest School this morning, where they worked together to make bird feeders out of solids and liquids, as well as enjoying some free time where they created animal nests by digging homes and created some lovely role-play stories together.
They enjoyed sharing their activities in Circle Time, where they spoke articulately and listened attentively to each other’s recounts.
Class 1 – Flynn S / Mia J
Class 2 – William H / Isabelle J
Class 3 – William T / Charlie W
Class 4 – Maddison R / Hetty L
This week in gymnastics, class 4 have been working on our vaulting skills.
Class 3 held a special Victorian Day today, where all the children and staff dressed up in Victorian clothing and carried out Victorian activities. Mrs Heath looked very strict and even had a cane! In the afternoon, they held a Victorian party, where they played games like pin the tail on the donkey and Wheres’s Moriarty?! They then enjoyed afternoon tea with Victoria Sponge Cake! A spiffing day!
Class 1 – Jacob M / Alfie C
Class 2 – Harry McM / Rosie M
Class 3 – Peter A / Meryn F
Class 4 – Nathan F / Chloe C
Orders for the shopping bags (FOBCS fundraiser) need to be in school by
Monday 19th November latest please to ensure delivery before Christmas