Receive a Christmas Hamper
Are you in need of help to feed your family at Christmas?
Feeding Families is a small charity in the North East who work to help as many families as possible enjoy the Christmas season without worrying about food. Due to the Covid pandemic this year they expect applications to increase and may not be able to guarantee that every applicant will receive a matched hamper. If you are struggling this Christmas and would like to apply, go onto their website https://feedingfamilies.org.uk/receive to apply to receive a hamper.
School will not know if you have applied, it is completely confidential.
As a staff team, we will be collecting donations and making a hamper for a family struggling to put food on the table this Christmas. We will also be sending excess donations to a packing centre who make up hampers for other families around the North East who have applied for a hamper. If you would like to make any contributions, have a look at their website for accepted food items and send them into school.
Hazel class spoke about bullying and what makes us a good friend today.
We shared a PowerPoint and discussed what bulling meant.
Hazel class then went on to make posters about themselves and what makes them a good friend.
The pupils in class have demonstrated different ways of being a good friend.
Helping each other, listening, sharing, playing together and taking turns.
Hazel class are working hard to set a good example to the rest of the school.
The LMI Bulletin is available here:
In this edition:
- National Careers Service Virtual Jobs Fair
- Gaming vacancies on the increase
- Impact of Covid-19 on the labour market
- International Men’s Day Resources from Amazing Apprenticeships
80 did amazing work during our Children in Need activities. They watched a video to see what children were in need and what different charities who support them have done in the past. All the children designed a T- shirt which was judged by the staff. Even though everyone worked extremely hard on their design’s. The staff judging gave a T- shirt to the best four in which they transferred their design on to make them their very own.
“I just wanted to go with a different concept to make it feel like a real woolly jumper”
By Isaac Walton
Today Pudsey set Hazel Class a special mission.
They had to complete some special tasks before we could become Pudsey superheroes.
Together as a class we spoke about Children in Need and completed our Children in Need exercises with Joe Wicks.
After we made some Pudsey pictures and some yummy biscuits.
Finally becoming Pudsey superheroes!
Happy Friday everyone, stay safe!
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Each morning Hazel class enjoy waking their hands up with dough gym.
We put on our favourite song and complete fine motor exercises before we start Read Write Inc.
We then recap saying the letter sounds we have already learnt before introducing our new letter sound.
Finally we finish with some handwriting and spellings.
Well done Hazel Class keep up the hard work!
Today Hazel class explored the outdoor learning area.
We collected some sticks to dry out ready for our campfire next week.
Some of the pupils thought it would be funny to collect really big sticks so Mrs Convery could make a bonfire.
Hazel class then explored the different areas of the outdoor learning area and finished with a game of hide and seek.
We can’t wait to go on another adventure next week.