The children request every year to get involved with raising funds for Children in Need. This is because the children are fully aware that there are other children not as fortunate as themselves and therefore raising money might make a a big difference.
On Remembrance Day, the children asked if they could wear their Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs or Scouts uniform as they were unable to wear these on parade. All the children looked very smart.
A member of staff asked if school could help to bring a smile to the people living I. This local resident home by sending messages, letters, cards and drawings to them.
This week the children have been learning about Black History Month and we have been celebrating the change over time with regard to equality and respect.
As a school, we decided to donate all of our food for Harvest to the local Food Bank to be to others in the community. Look at all of the food that we donated.
This pupil worked hard to be confirmed in the Christian Faith and therefore we celebrated his choice to do this as a school. Each class made him a confirmation card and we spent time learning about what it means to be confirmed.
In recognition of Mental Health Day, the children launched a #BeKind campaign across the school. All the children thought about something that they could do to be kind to each other and wrote this downtown remind them to complete this task and make someone smile.
We had several children ask if we could support this charity on their annual coffee morning fund raising event because it was this charity that helped their family during a difficult time.
In total, the children raised £190.
Today the children learnt about the festival Rosh Hashanah and the children of this faith shared their experiences of celebrating this religious event.
This week, the children learnt about International Day of Democracy and explored the meaning of the word democracy.