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Please enjoy the following aerial images of the progress being made building our new school.
There have been many changes this year. There is one change we can’t wait for.
Our New School!
Please check out this presentation to see how building is progressing on site, along with some illustrations to help to visualise what it will look like when it is finished.
Is everybody ready? It’s time for the final assembly of term.
Join several of the school staff and pupils to sing along to our school song.
Hello Everyone and welcome to the final Wellbeing Wednesday of the term.
It has been a strange term but it has been fantastic to see how hard everyone has worked in the hub and at home to ensure they are staying active. This week I am not going to set a specific challenge or activity. Since it is the last week of term I would like everyone to choose their favourite activity or activities from the past couple of months and do that. Dance, walk, run, have a stretch. Whatever you want to just have a good time and enjoy the sun being back out.
I hope everyone has a fantastic time over the holidays and stays safe. Try your best to stay active as much as possible in any way you want a water fight for instance would count as activity or a walk to the shops. I look forward to seeing everyone after the holidays.
We’re having an animal themed movement day.
Join Alex as the Ants go marching.
Here are some other Animals moving
Is everybody ready? It’s time for assembly.
This week we celebrate all the achievements of our two Leavers, Raees and David.
We wish you all the best for your future, and we will miss both of you.
Jeanette has a song all about her fingers. Can you move your fingers?
Here are some more body parts songs we enjoy:
Good morning everyone and welcome to this week’s Wellbeing Wednesday.
I hope everyone got on well with last week’s activities and that you are feeling fit. I’ve been practising a few at home myself this week. This week we are focusing on our hand eye coordination. I have stuck with the theme of using household items for our activities this week, so everyone should be able to join in whether you are at home or coming into the hub.
Unfortunately, the weather has not been as good recently but here’s hoping it improves and if this is the case feel free to practice these skills outside if it is safe to do so. You can repeat each skill as many times as you want developing your coordination in different ways. As I have said before if there are any of the previous weeks activities you have especially enjoyed feel free to do them again. I hope everyone has a fantastic safe week and I’ll see everyone next week for the last Wellbeing Wednesday of the term.