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Class 4 Forest School Thursday 1st February

Class 3 forest school - 11th and 16th January

Wonderful wellbeing day - December 15th. 

We started the day with a fantastic music concert - so many pupils took part in the recital - please see the videos in the events section. It was such a special start to our day and a huge well done to musicians - you were amazing. Thank you for sharing your talent with us. 

We all created a peace chain as part of the whole school but also part of the Diocese of Gloucester to spread peace around our area, Diocese, Country and even to the World.

We created buzzers in Class 3 as part of D+T and today we got to design our own cover - we talked about feeling safe and secure.

In Class 4 we focused on our art and took time to create beautiful patterns on our peace chains.

In Class 2 - we created beautiful peace chains and talked all about our hopes for peace in our world. then we did a good clear out of lots of areas in our class - tidy class, tidy mind - everyone is happier.

In Class 1 we did a circle time and shared our thoughts and worries.

Then it was Christmas lunch - what a feast! So much joy and laughter around the tables just chatting and celebrating with friends.

An afternoon treat - we get to watch the dress rehearsal of the Nativity play.

What a brilliant day.

Wonderful wellbeing day December 15th 2023

Wellbeing Day 4th November 2023

The theme for Wellbeing Day was to promote happiness by understanding our own feelings. We emphasized the importance of realising 'it's ok, not to be ok'. We all have days that life feels harder. We joined in yoga and learnt about the power of 5. We used our creative skills to paint beautiful poppy displays connecting our own wellbeing with the wellbeing of war veterans. 

Fun in Forest School for the First Term Back

10th October 2023 - Mental Health Awareness Day

During assembly and throughout the day the children discussed the importance of positive mental health. They thought about helping supporting others as well as themselves. They all went home with yellow wrist bands which were to promote a conversation with close family members as well as the wider community. 

Parents evenings - Tuesday 19th 3.30 - 5.50pm and Wednesday 20th 4 -6.30pm March. Please book your slot via the invite you have been emailed.