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The final church service for Year 6 was conducted by Rev Sue Pulko. The Year 6 children read out their memories in between the traditional hymns for the our leavers and were presented with their own bible. Mr Rowe read some of the staff memories of the children and the Reverent concluded the service with a pray. Good luck to all the Year 6 on their next part of their educational journey.
We have started our healthy school’s week and done some super activities. Yesterday Class 1 had Hull KR in to deliver a healthy food and exercise programme. Today we did a mixed group activities. In class one there was dance based on the book ‘Giraffe’s Can’t Dance’ and the children danced various dances from the waltz to rock and roll. In Class 3 the children did artwork based on Giuseppe Arcimboldo, who use fruit and vegetables as inspiration for the artwork. Class 2 did artwork based on the human body and the things that were good for it. In the hall we had Danny was doing some fitness testing to see how well the children have progressed with their fitness this year. To end the day Year 4 and some of the older children went swimming. A busy start to the week which the children appeared to thoroughly enjoy. Tomorrow we have a future GB athlete coming to school to talk to the children.
On Thursday 4th April all the children walked to St Andrew’s Church in Paull. The Easter Service was lead by Rev. Sue Pulko. The children sang really well and the children in Class 3 retold the Easter Story clearly and confidently. Well done to all the children. Rev. Sue commented on how well the children sang. Easter wishes to all.
In RE on Thursday we were looking at different ways that people of faith can show their beliefs through the clothes they wear. We looked at Hinduism and Sari’s and tried some Sari’s on before designing an outfit that represents what we believe. There were some really great designs centres around showing our families that we love them, looking after the planet and taking care of animals.
There was a good turnout of parents and carers for our Carol Service. The new Reverent Susan Pulko took the service together with readings of the nativity from Year 6, some individual singing by Lucie, Izobel and Rudy, and a costume display from class 1. The singing was beautiful and the reading loud and clear. A super end to the Autumn term. A big thank goes to Mrs Burn.
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