We celebrated Chinese New Year today. We looked at the story of the Zodiac and how each year became to be. We created lanterns, lucky red envelopes, and practised writing Chinese numbers in rice and with paint. We looked at dragon dancing and why they set off firecrackers. We listened to Gung Hey Fat [...]
Congratulation to the Credit Card tombola winners for this term. The lucky pair from each site have won a voucher for the Book House in Thame. For the first time ever a child was awarded a certificate and Book House voucher, for consistently demonstrating the school's values this term. Well done to all! [...]
We wrote letters to Santa this week and today we wrote the envelopes and put special Christmas stamps on them. Here are some pics of us going to the post office to post our Santa Letters. The postmaster stamped them and each child put their's into the postbox. We then watched an 'Auntie Mabel, [...]
Today we welcomed a visitor to both sites from the charity NSPCC. They led an assembly on the theme of ‘Speak Out Stay Safe.’ Children were encouraged to think about the worries that some of them may have , and how if they speak out and tell a trusted adult, they can get help to deal with any problems they [...]
We celebrated Diwali - The Festival of Lights on Friday. We looked at the story of Rama and Sita and how families celebrate Diwali. We made rangoli patterns using coloured rice. We also made clay divas earlier in the week and decorated them with paint and glitter. We looked at how the intricate mendhi [...]
We were delighted so many parents could join all the Infant children for our family Remembrance Service at Cuddington Church this week. Rev. Phil discussed the importance of poppies as a symbol of Remembrance. Three children lay a wreath from all all the pupils, parents and staff at our school.
Congratulations to the new School Council representatives at the Infant site. Foundation, Year 1 and Year 2 children voted this afternoon, choosing friendly, trustworthy and approachable classmates to represent their views with a wider group.