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Spring Term 2

19th February 2018 - 23rd March 2018

Forgiveness

We will be focusing in school on the value of Forgiveness this half term. We hope your family will find these ideas helpful as you explore the value and have fun together.

Spring Term 1

8th January 2018 - 9th February 2018

Courage

We will be focusing in school on the value of Courage this half term. We hope your family will find these ideas helpful as you explore the value and have fun together. 

Autumn Term 2

30th October 2017 - 21st December 2017

Compassion

We will be focusing in school on the value of Compassion this half term. We hope your family will find these ideas helpful as you explore the value and have fun together. 

This term we have focused on Generosity and Compassion. We have raised money for a number of charities; collected food for local food banks; put ourselves in other people’s shoes; used our prayer stones and prayer wall to pray for others; worn odd socks to celebrate our differences; collected for the Shoebox Full of Love Appeal; thought about what it might feel like to have to leave our country to find a place of safety; considered being alone at Christmas time and amongst lots of other things, remembered those whose fought during the World Wars and in more recent conflicts.

KS1 Nativity 2017

'Lights. Camel. Action! It's Strictly the Nativity' 

Parent Feedback: 

'Amazing!'

'It's a 10 from me!'

'Best one ever!'

'Superb! Really well done.'

'A-MAZ-ING. So good - thank you to all the staff who worked so hard. So creative and loved that the focus was on Jesus at the end. Lovely. Thank you.'

'What a lovely Christmas nativity, better than ever. Merry Christmas.'

'Fantastic - enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks - that clearly took a lot of work to organise.'

'Fantastic. 10/10!!!'

'Wonderful! The children looked like they thoroughly enjoyed it! Well done to the staff.'

'Just fab!! What a show.'

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Shoebox Full of Love

We continued to explore Compassion this half term, especially in the run up to Christmas. It has been a time to think of others less fortunate than ourselves this week as we continued to collect donations for the ‘Shoebox Full of Love’ Appeal. Thank you to everyone who donated. Our School Council have been very busy sorting the donations and making up boxes and gift bags for homeless and vulnerable families in Liverpool and Merseyside. 

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Children in Need
We supported Children in Need by coming into school in our own clothes in exchange for a small donation. Once again we are overwhlemed by the generosity of our school families and we have raised a whopping £403.06. Children in Need will continue to support disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. It was wonderful to see so many Pudsey inspired items in school today, and a 30 year old Pudsey bear brought in by Miss Owen.
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All Different - All Equal 

‘All Different, All Equal’ is the theme for this year’s Anti-Bullying week and saw the children celebrate our differences. What a great way to demonstrate the British Value of tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs and mutual respect. We then put into action all that we have been learning about during Anti-Bullying Week and to celebrate our differences, the children came into school on Thursday wearing odd socks!

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Autumn Term 1

4th September 2017 - 20th October 2017

Generosity

We will be focusing in school on the value of Generosity this half term. We hope your family will find these ideas helpful as you explore the value and have fun together.

What a wonderful half term exploring and demonstrating Generosity. Presenting a cheque for £1,119.70 to the Leprosy Mission, raising £421.69 for Jeans for Genes and collecting food donations for Harvest Festival. However, we have also learnt that Generosity isn’t about money, but it’s about the heart.  We have gathered many ideas from our children about how we can be Generous, and celebrated each other’s Generosity. We understand that ‘if you always give, you will always have’. Our Y1 children really brought home the notion of helping those less fortunate than ourselves and helped us to understand when many little people in many little places do many little things, then the whole world changes.

Y1 Collective Worship

Y1 delivered their Harvest Collective Worship this week, first to the children and staff of the school, and then to their parents and carers. What a delight to see such wonderful and confident presentations, singing and acting from all of the children. We learnt all about Generosity, helping those less fortunate than ourselves. Y1 highlighted this in their play about foodbanks, showing where all of our harvest collections are being sent next week. We then saw a gorgeous PowerPoint showing how the children have been helping out at home, being Generous with their time and resources. Well done Y1 – a wonderful Collective Worship, highlighting our theme for this half term beautifully.

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Collecting for Harvest Festival

Between the 25th and 29th September 2017 we be collected non-perishable foods such as tins, cereal and pasta which will be shared in the local community after our harvest celebrations. 

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Supporting Jeans for Genes

By wearing Jeans for Genes on 22nd September 2017, we raised a huge £421.69 to support the work of small charities providing vital services to families living with rare genetic conditions.

Supporting the Leprosy Mission 

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£1,119.70 cheque was presented to The Leprosy Mission. Back in July, children went barefoot for the day to help them to understand what it is like to be a poor person without shoes. The School Council organised some fun 'foot feeling' activities and the children raised a huge amount to help wipe out this terrible disease.