Pupils and staff enthusiastically took part in Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day 2020.
All pupils were encouraged to join staff by wearing their favourite Christmas jumper and made donations. They also enjoyed having a delicious Christmas dinner with their year groups and teachers. Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day is an annual event that aims to help children around the world to grow up healthy and safe, and to get an education. For more information, please visit the Save The Children website. https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/
Children thoroughly enjoying celebrating Diwali. Across the school, children took part in various activities such as making cards, dancing and even a science experiement to find the strongest material for a bridge to help Rama and Sita!
Children showed kindness and gratitude in supporting our annual Children In Need day. The children wore odd and spotty socks and participated in a raffle draw.
Wolverhampton is now subject to national Tier 2 (high level) restrictions in relation to Covid-19 infections. To help keep stay safe over the half term break follow the 5 things!
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Unfortunately, due to COVID 19 we have been unable to deliver the transition parents' meetings and sessions within school that we would normally have. To help the children's transition from Reception to Year 1 in September, teaching staff have made a selection of information slides to explain routines and procedures in Year 1.