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Unlike last year, the weather smiled down on the Year 3 barbecue – and a great time was had by all. It was an opportunity for parents and staff to get to know each other over a burger or two – and brothers and sisters came too! Thanks to everyone who joined us.
Viking class assembly was a concoction of magical entertainment and left us spellbound!
Mars class whetted our appetites with some advice on healthy eating.
In Book Week Saturn Class kept everyone entertained with an alternative version to the story of Rapunzel, called ‘Shampoozel’.
…and finally Neptune class took us on a tour of the Rainforest.
Year 3 had a great time when they started their Stone Age topic. In fact, some of them were unrecognisable – particularly the teachers. Can you spot anyone you know? They were clearly inspired because they have produced some wonderful topic books and art work.
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One of the first highlights of the Spring term for 40 of our pupils was to take part in the Young Voices annual concert at the 02 arena where the children rehearsed and performed a vast collection of songs – off by heart! – along with about 8,000 children. In the evening parents attended the concert and were also expected to participate. A memorable experience for all involved.
Click on the image below to see a you tube video of the concert. We were high up above the stage.
And another video…
As usual pupils were busy with a range of events during December – starting with the Yr 5 production and finishing with Carols at St Mary’s Church.
The Year 5 production this year was Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – with a few variations on the original story, of course. An extravaganza of drama, music and dance. Well done to everyone to everyone involved.
Some our our KS2 pupils were part of a massed Borough choir at the assembly hall for the Annual Civic Carol Service – always a great way to get in the mood for Christmas!
The KS2 choir also entertained shoppers at Selborne Walk and helped to collect money for the Mayors Christmas charity.
Click here for a Singachini slideshow of the weeks events or click on the Singachini tab above to see it there.
or click on image below to see a glog about with more information about Singachini school and it’s locality.