On Wednesday, the house with the highest points total will be announced. The winners will all be treated to a movie morning and some tasty goodies! All children (and teaching staff) are members of a house: Dormouse, Mad Hatters, Cheshire Cats or White Rabbits. Children are awarded points for their house when they are helpful, kind, generous or living and breathing our school’s Christian values.
In one of our assemblies this week, we heard about Sir Bob Geldof, who organised Band Aid to help people affected by famine in Africa. Then, a music quiz was held. Adults from each house competed for points, answering questions on Band Aid’s ‘Do They Know it’s Christmas?’ All contestants were good sports and showed off their musical knowledge, however, Mr Waldron was the overall winner!
On Monday afternoon, our wonderful choir braved the blustery walk through town to sing at Golden Square. Outside Debenhams, we performed a set of lovely Christmas songs for parents and shoppers. Once again, our singing was awesome and the passing crowds made lots of very positive comments.
The KS2 Carol Concert was a huge success! Each class performed a favourite carol, some very traditional and others very modern, but all of them perfectly sung. The Bible readings were confidently and beautifully done – the greatest story ever told, by the greatest narrators ever to read! The quality of the singing was excellent and some members of the audience were moved to tears. Our second performance is tomorrow at 1:45pm in church. All are very welcome.