Year 1 spent an exciting day immersing themselves into the life of a superhero. There were challenges to make the tallest tower out of dried spaghetti and marshmallows, creating vegetable superheroes as a side-kick for Supertato and even a visit from Wonder Woman herself!
This week we stayed in the warm and looked at some of the artist Pablo Picasso’s work. Picasso was one of the most influential artists of the 20th Century. We had a go at drawing faces in his style-half of the face looking forwards and the other half looking to the side! As you can see, even Elouise Allcorn (aged two) had a go and she had plenty to say too. We were very pleased with our efforts and think that there is talent in our increasing numbers. Perhaps we have a future artist in our midst. Why not come along next week and join us for some Friday Family Fun?
As we break up for the summer holidays it seems fitting that the last Forest School post shows the apple seeds starting to sprout. Like our children they flourish with the right amount of care and attention. Over the next few weeks they will grow and mature and be ready for the next stage of the growing process. By the time September arrives they will be developing into small tress.
Have a lovely and hopefully lots of time outdoors!
The votes are in and the successful candidates were announced in today’s Church Service. We are pleased to present this year’s School Council!
Chair: Esther Vice Chair: Paige Treasurer: Hollie Secretary: Alan
Our first meeting will be on the first week back after half term where we will be discussing the organisation of this year’s Children In Need fundraising event.
Yesterday was a wonderful start to the new school year and just for fun we tried to break a world record.
We asked our new staff members to volunteer by throwing ping pong balls at swimming caps covered in foam. We all laughed and enjoyed the attempt. We didn’t quite break the World Record of 23 but were close.
The reason behind this was that I wanted to demonstrate that we actually needed a plan of action and that, had we prepared and practised we could have been much closer! So staff now have a plan and I’m sure that world record is well within our reach.
“Everyone wants their child to be special and unique and this among other things makes us very proud.”
People have amazing courage and show their compassion in different ways, it is so important to aspire to be good people and it is our job to inspire the children at St John’s to want to be amazing! Every day, amazing people do amazing things, lets be part of that!
P.S One of our children suggested that the teachers needed bigger heads! More foam to aim for!