It’s the first day of the Spring Term and despite not being inside the school buildings, we’re back and excited to start teaching and supporting all our pupils.
Over the Christmas holiday, Jack (Year 7) volunteered at a community garden in Bulwell. He helped to make up and distribute over 200 grab bags for local families, including a homemade re-heatable meal, fruit, yoghurt and pudding. It was extremely cold and Jack was working outdoors for the whole time but he remained focused and didn’t let the weather deter him from the task.
We LOVE Christmas Jumper Day!
In the Junior School, we also enjoyed our Christmas lunch today. Thank you to Chef Julie and the catering team for creating such a delicious meal complete with chocolate brownies and star biscuits. Senior School pupils will have their special Christmas ‘grab bags’ on Monday next week.
We feel so lucky to have secured Santa and two (very naughty) elves at this busy time of year for a Junior School visit this morning! All pupils in Early Years and Years 1 to 6 got the opportunity to speak to Santa and they each received a small present to bring home.
Year 5 classroom…it can’t be?! It’s turned into a Christmas grotto! Nice work, Mrs Mason and Mrs Atherton.
The Senior School Textiles room has also turned into a winter wonderland thanks to the 9A Christmas elves. A special thank you to Ffion for the theme, Mila for all the felt we used to make the tree and icicles, and Ellie for the pretend presents.