The Well Done Assembly has been cancelled for this week only – 19th October 2018
For the past week, Class 3 and 4 have been having a “battle of the bands” on Times Tables Rockstars – where the total scores for each class are added up.
After a slow start, Class 4 came out as the eventual winners, and Hetty (being the highest scorer in Class 4) was presented with the trophy – which will be kept in Class 4 until the next battle…
Class 1 – Mary A / Lexi B
Class 2 – Gouri C / Kieran H
Class 3 – Samuel H / Benjamin G
Class 4 – Bethany S / Bebe B
Due to the forecast of heavy rain this afternoon, we are holding our Harvest Festival in school instead of walking to church. It is at the same time of 2pm and everyone is welcome to come and join us!
Come and join us to celebrate the harvest this afternoon in church at 2pm. Thank you to all who have kindly donated food (dry, tinned, packeted) for the Bridgnorth Food Bank.
Please join us at church this Thursday for our Harvest Festival celebration.
If you are able to send in any tinned food or dry food (unfortunately we are unable to accept fresh produce) we would be very grateful. Please send in to school by Thursday.
After the service the church will distribute the produce to the Bridgnorth Food bank.
Today – in class 4 – we have been refining our balancing skills in gymnastics. Click on the images below for a closer look.
Class 1 – Thomas C / Ari C
Class 2 – Ben B / Riley E
Class 3 – Oliver How / Keira J
Class 4 – Phoebe M / Bethany S
Brown Clee Netball team
A huge well done to our netball team for being the overall winners of the East Shropshire Netball Tournament! We saw excellent teamwork and enthusiasm, perseverance and determination, and you have grown so much in terms of skills and confidence over the last few weeks! We look forwards to seeing you perform in the County Winter Games!
Following on from our learning about China and it’s culture in assemblies this week, Logan kindly brought in this amazing Dragon Dance costume from home.
Class 1 – Penny L / Amelia G
Class 2 – Ben W / William S
Class 3 – Leia E / Alisha R
Class 4 – Francesca F / Sian M
Tomorrow children can wear one item of red clothing along with school uniform to support this excellent cause….let’s help Zac!
As part of our science work, Reception and Year 1 children have been learning the parts of the body. The children drew around each other onto paper and cut out the body outlines. They then went onto label the parts of the body onto the outlines. They were very intrigued to discover what the brain and the heart looks like – “ it looks like spaghetti!” and “it looks like a piece of beef.”
We have also investigated whether the oldest person is always the tallest and some of the children were surprised to find out that the oldest person is not always the tallest.
Class 1 have had a very special visitor this morning! Prince Charming arrived at school searching for Cinderella. I hope they can help him to find his Princess!
We have reminded children that any packaging waste from their packed lunch needs to be put into their packed lunch bags and return home, so that parents can be aware of what has or hasn’t been eaten. In consideration of this, can we kindly request that parents don’t send children with a carton of fruit juice for lunch, as these are often not finished and would leak badly into the packed lunch bags, plus we advocate that children are drinking water in school, and not sugary, fruit drinks. Thank you for your support.
Class 1 Emily T / Archie R
Class 2 Rosie B / Harry M
Class 3 Emily S / George R
Class 4 Maddison R / Harley R
Chris Maddox (Photographer) will be in school on the morning of
Tuesday 9th October to take children’s individual photographs.
Sibling photographs will also be taken and younger siblings from Little Explorers are welcome to come into school for these photographs between 8.40 am – 9.00 am.
Class 1 – Archie B / Isabelle T
Class 2 – Mollie S / Abigail C
Class 3 – Aggie L / Oliver Ham
Class 4 – Kyle A / Anna B
Class 3 are enjoying carrying out their PE Challenges, involving chest/wall catches, a co-ordination jump and a slalom run. Each term they will repeat and see how their skills have improved! @EastShropSSP #fitness4fun #personalchallenge
Look what Pippa has made with yesterday’s freshly picked school apples! Apple sauce to go with our roast dinner and apple cookies! Delicious! Thank you Pippa! #homegrownschooldinners