: December 2018
Well, what have we been up to this week?
Well, our week began in such a lovely way- we watched the KS1 nativity. The children enjoyed watching their buddies and giggled in all the right places! Well done to KS1 as it was an excellent performance.
We have also been busy practising our carol service, the children have worked hard on learning their words and are singing beautifully, I for one am really looking forward to the service on Tuesday- I think it will be a very special one.
We have also been working on our topic books, combining our maths and English learning with our story and completing our RE page. Thank you to the team captains again for organising create play activities for both KS2 and KS1- you really do a wonderful job.
We have a very busy week ahead next week- make sure you get some rest over the weekend!
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