W.E. 5.5.2023 inc Coronation Day
Let's have a casual look at what's been going on this week! Remember its yet another bank Holiday Folks on Monday!
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Anne Fothergill in Class 5 answered the question “What is Pentecost?
We had fun making a flame headband as we thought about the special gifts God sent to the disciples.
Year 1 Craft Club have had a lovely time making crowns!
And for the coronation celebrations....
God Save the King What a wonderful day of activities and coronation celebrations we have planned in school today Class 5 we have a lovely morning of investigation, research and crafts planned with some secret but exciting afternoon activities!
Class 7 have had a morning full of coronation fun! We have designed our own Coronation Invitations, gone on a Coronation Carousel and painted a portrait of King Charles in the style of Oluwole Omofemi, a Nigerian artist.
had an exciting morning finding out about King Charles' childhood, writing letters, making flags and designing a carriage!