Christingle Workshop and Service led by Class 2
Our Christmas Performance - Jesus' Christmas Party!
Well done to all the children for singing, dancing and acting so enthusiastically during all three performances of our Christmas Play! We all thought they did really well - we hope you did too! Below are some photos of the children in their costumes.
Coffee and Carols
Thank you to everyone who attended our 'Coffee and Carols' event. We hope you enjoyed it as much as the children did! All the staff were very impressed with their enthusiastic singing (especially of Ding Dong Merrily!!). Many thanks to North Ferriby Ladies' Choir for joining us and providing some entertainment in the interval. The Friends of the School worked really hard organising the refreshments and Christmas stalls and are pleased to announce that the event raised nearly £300.
On Thursday the children enjoyed their Christmas lunch. Class 3 were allowed a lunchtime off from their usual duties of helping the younger children and everyone chose where they wanted to sit! Mrs Atkinson and the other grown-ups helped to decorate the tables and then all the staff provided a waitress service for the children! The school dinner was delicious and the children enjoyed a choc-ice or a shortbread biscuit for their pudding. Thank you very much to the kitchen staff at Westfield School for our lovely lunch!
Class 2 and 3 Christmas Decoration Workshop
Class 2 and 3 enjoyed Mrs Fielder's Christmas decoration Maths challenge. They had to carefully measure the strips to make sure the baubles were the correct size. The children had to use their doubling skills to double some decimal measurements to work out the lengths needed for the larger baubles. After that they had to work out how to put it together and fasten the ribbon onto their baubles.
Children in Need Day
The Big Ramble on the Farm
We celebrated Harvest festival together and gave our gathered vegetables from our garden with Hull Food Bank along with other donated food items. We wandered round the village an shared the Harvest flowers with some of the mature members of the community.
Autumn Dig it Day