We have a young artist in Year 2 who has been working very hard on developing her observation and drawing skills outside school. I felt privileged to be given a private viewing of her brilliant efforts. Well done Mary! ... See MoreSee Less
Half an hour spent enjoying a creative poetry session with Prep 4 today and an exploration of similes, metaphors and personification. Half an hour later, inspired by his work in class, Christian O produced this:
What is green? A leaf is green on a pine tree Running through the wind. What is yellow? The Sun is yellow Bright and smiling giving rays to the ground below. What is blue? The sea is blue Slashing against the sea shore. What is violet? Bluebells are violet Silently weeping into their roots. What is red? A fire is red The root of civilization. What is white? Fresh milk is white Smooth,silky and mellow. What is orange? A leaf in autumn is orange Slowly gliding down to the floor. What is pink? Flamingoes are pink Hopping in the water. ... See MoreSee Less
I have already seen some impressive work so far this term but this example is particularly outstanding. As well as being an expert on tsunamis and weather phenomena, Hamish (Reception) is also an authority on everything there is to know about the Titanic. He explained to me how, when and where the ship was launched, sailed and sank... and he has produced this fantastic picture. Brilliant! ... See MoreSee Less
One of the great local annual events is coming up... do you want to take part? Many of our SG children and their families have in the past undertaken (all or part of) the Five Churches Walk on the May Bank Holiday... You can do it to support various local charities and/or simply do it for the pleasure. We hope to see some of you along the way on Monday, 1st May.