The children in class 1 were so excited today when they found one of Pretty Petals lonely bouquets outside our school main entrance. Thank you so much Mya they have cheered up everyone here at Nettlesworth 🙂
This week Miss Grant has been working alongside the Rights Respecting Council with Mrs Hill to deliver a workshop in assembly informing all of the school what the NSPCC promotes and how we can help to raise awareness.
They introduced us to Buddy the NSPCC mascot and thought of a wonderful idea to raise awareness in our local community; a ‘wear green to school day’. This will be taking place on Friday 7th February.
“We can work together to make sure every childhood is free from abuse.” For more information head over to their website:
UNCRC Article Link: 12 & 24
As a launch into our new topics across the school this half term we invited Creative Children’s Author – Adam Bushnell along to provide a first class engagement.
From forest dragons to splendid skies, gods and mortal to off with her head! The day inspired the children to find their love for reading and writing once again after the Christmas break 🙂
It was fantastic to see all of the children enthused in the workshops and putting all of their amazing imaginations out their through whether that be through storytelling, acting, writing, or drawing.
The writing that has since been produced from these sessions has been a fantastic read – we certainly have some future authors and illustrators 🙂
Huge well done to all of the children who have aimed high and achieved 100% attendance throughout the year so far! We are very proud of you!
Huge well done to the children who have also attained 96% or above which is national average – we know how hard it is to not be off a single day 🙂
Well done to Sophie in Class 1 once again for her amazing efforts in her dance exams.
We are soooo proud of you! 🙂
At our school Christmas Fair, Class 1 thought it would be a great idea to buy a hedgehog house for our school field!
We have been learning all about animals that hibernate so it was fantastic to get all of the children involved in helping our local wildlife in the winter months 🙂