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Our new playground markings chosen by the School Council
Singing our special Coronation Song, “To the Sound of Trumpets”
Chalk drawing on the playground to celebrate the Coronation
Ada raised £450 and donated 25cm of her hair to The Princess Trust
Electric Umbrella came to perform to our school March 2023
We have been so lucky to have M.P. Robertson visit our school for the last two days. What an inspiration! The children have all been so engaged and excited by his workshops this week listening to stories and learning how to draw dragons! I remember a few years ago being inspired by “The Egg” as a great book for the children to become familiar with. I learnt this week that this was his first book and so how fantastic it is to have had the real life author in our school of such a well-loved book.
Whata great dragon he left us with!
Staff Dress up for World Book Day 2023
THINKING DAY 2023
Year 1 children sang at ParkSide View
A huge thank you to you, the staff and parents for your visit yesterday to Parkside view. A massive thank you to the children of Year 1, the performance was wonderful and a real uplift for the tenants at Parkside View.
Our Tree at the One World Festival at St Saviours Church
What a great Christmas Lunch Alina and her team made for the children on the 14th December
CHILDREN IN NEED
Odd Sock Day - Celebrating that we are all unique
Reception Drama Workshop : November 2022
Talking about Healthy Eating November 2022 "The Pantry"
"The Pantry" our catering company came in to school to talk to the children about healthy eating and food hygiene.
House Challenge Art Class Competition Winners October 2022
Harvest Festival 2022
Taking part in St Albans in Bloom Competition 2022
Staff dress up for World Book Day 2022
World Thinking Day 2022
Jersey Farm in Maple win the Music House Challenge as voted for by the children.
Sharing Chinese New Year Celebrations with her friends
Christmas at Wheatfields
The children raised money for Children in Need by wearing spots to school. A fantastic £475 was raised.
We are very proud of our children who represented the Rainbows at Sunday’s Remembrance Parade at St Albans War Memorial
Children took part in a Community Diwali Art Project
A very big thank you to all of you for helping to make the Diwali initiative at St Albans Museum and Gallery so beautiful. The students worked incredibly hard with their vibrant and intricate designs, each so unique and made full of love and colour which created our larger rangoli installation as a community project.
I have attached a link to the Herts Ad paper below with some coverage about the event and how the event made visitors and those in our community feel. It was truly special and shows how we all created something so beautiful together through our creativity.
Link to article:The Herts Advertiser (pagesuite-professional.co.uk) page 8