On Tuesday 26th September it was European Languages Day and we celebrated as a school. Our chosen language was 'Dutch' and we learnt how to say hello 'Hallo' and goodbye 'Vaarwel' in the language. We also listened to Dutch nursery rhymes and learnt a lot about the country of Holland.
Did you know that Holland is also known as 'The Netherlands', the capital city is 'Amsterdam', their traditional shoes are called 'clogs' and that in Holland they love to grow the flowers 'Tulips'?
We also learnt the song about a mouse who lived in a windmill in old Amsterdam and we made our own windmills.
Finally we shared the Dutch love for food and we tasted 'Edam' their traditional cheese as well as Dutch waffles....they were yummy!
On Friday the 22nd of September we supported the charity ‘Jeans for Genes’ and came to school wearing our school uniform and our Jeans. Jeans for Genes Day is the annual fundraising campaign for Genetic Disorders UK, the national charity that supports individuals and families affected by a genetic disorder.
Monies raised on Jeans for Genes Day fund the work of the charity and provide grants to organisations for projects that aim to transform the lives of children with genetic disorders.
We all paid our £1 to help others and learnt about the good work the charity does.
We also designed some ‘groovy’ jeans of our own.
We've only gone and done it!!!
Not only are we the first class to win the attendance of the week this academic year on Monday 18th September...but we also got 100%.
Well done everyone!
We had a fantastic day on Friday 15th September for Roald Dahl Day and celebrated by dressing as our favourite characters and participating in lots of different activities. Our families also came in to celebrate with us and design a new Umpa Lumpa Carton drink for Mr Willy Wonka!
Don't forget! We are celebrating Roald Dahl Day on the 15th September! Come dressed as your favourite Roald Dahl character.
On Friday 22nd September we will be celebrating
Jeans for Genes Day.
This charity event was born out of a brainstorming session in 1994 to support research into genetic diseases, birth defects and cancers at Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI). Today it is a much loved and recognised national day in the World calendar.
Please come dressed in school shoes and school uniform except wear your Jeans instead of trousers or skirts.