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Young Voices at The O2 - Thursday 23rd January 2020

34 children from Year 4, 5 and 6 travelled to the O2 to take part in Young Voices with over 8,000 other children.

 

It was an incredible experience for all involved and they got to sing with Ruti, The Shires and Tony Hadley!

 

Thank you to family and friends who came to support ... we hope you enjoyed it!

Arriving at The O2

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Rehearsals

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Young Voices at The O2

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Young Voices at The O2

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Young Voices at The O2

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The Choir - Christmas 2019

 

The choir have been busy through this festive season learning carols and popular songs.

This culminated in very successful concerts during this past week at Westwood (assisted living care home), The Woodcutters, organised by Sir David Amess MP and at Cavell Lodge (residential care home).

 

I was with my mother today at Cavell Lodge and had the pleasure of listening to your school’s choir.

It was delightful and the residents faces was just so lovely.
After singing the children went round and spoke to the residents - they were so polite and seemed               genuinely interested in talking.  The girl who was chatting to my Mother was so sweet and seeing my Mother’s face light up was something I’ll always remember.  It’s quite difficult talking to people with Dementia but your pupils were so relaxed about it and just took it in their stride.
Perhaps you can tell the choir how impressed I was in every way.

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Anti-Bullying Week Competition

 

Thank you for all of the inspiring anti-bullying week creations linked to the theme 'Change Starts with Us'. We have been so impressed with your efforts and here is just a small selection for you to enjoy. All of the creations will be displayed in our Anti-bullying Gallery in the Year 2 corridor. 

 

It was so difficult to choose an overall winner. Neve's poem 'Jump on Board' was eventually chosen because of its catchy and important message. Well done everyone and, as Neve said, "Let's all jump on board the anti-bullying bus, because a change starts with US!" 

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Odd Socks Day Performance - Tuesday 12th November 2019

 

We have had our eye on the weather forecast all day due to the threat of heavy rain this afternoon.

 

However, it remained dry which meant that children in Year 1 to Year 6 were able to perform 'You've Got A Friend In Me' to family and friends as part of our Odd Socks Day.  

 

Thanks to your generosity, we raised £318.30 for the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

 

You've Got A Friend In Me

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Enhanced Healthy School Status - Friday 8th November 2019

 

Pupil representatives have just returned from the Healthy Schools Awards and were delighted that we received Enhanced Healthy School Status in recognition of 'Leading Emotional Health and Wellbeing'.

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Odd Socks Day Workshop - Friday 8th November 2019

 

Children from Year 1 to Year 6 took part in a workshop today with Mrs Carr.

After warming up their voices, they were introduced to the song 'You've Got A Friend In Me' in preparation for their performance on Tuesday at 3pm.

 

Take a sneak peek at Year 3’s warm up and first practice.

 

 

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Sparks and Spooks Assembly - Thursday 24th October 2019

 

This morning, in assembly, we were visited by Stuart Huxter from Essex County Fire and Rescue Service. He spoke with children from Year 1 to Year 6 about being safe at Halloween and Bonfire Night and shared the following presentation and videos:

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Shared Reading - Friday 18th October 2019

 

This morning, the whole school took part in a shared reading session. Every child in every class paired up with another child of a different age to share a book. Each child took it in turn to read to their partner.

"Today, throughout the school, classes swapped some children to read with others.

Our class swapped with Year 1 and here you can see some of our class reading with their younger schoolmates." - Mrs Walker (Year 4 Teacher)

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"Class 8 and Class 2 had a wonderful time this morning sharing their books together." - Miss Khan (Year 3 Teacher)

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"It was a delight to watch our Year 6 pupils read today with children in the younger year groups.  Class 13 were paired with a Year 1 class and Class 14 with a Year 3 class.  The children read books together and supported the younger children in reading their reading books." - Mrs Brierley (Year 6 Teacher)

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Harvest Festival - Friday 4th October 2019

 

The whole school visited St Aidans on Friday 4th October for our Harvest Festival. Thanks to your generosity, we provided much needed provisions for HARP  www.harpsouthend.org.uk

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Harvest

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