During the 2020 lockdown, we celebrated our 'Stars of the Week' remotely. The certificates were emailed home and parents were invited to print them out and submit a photograph of their child for the website. This was a lovely way to celebrate the wonderful work going on in homes during the school closure period and maintain our sense of community.
We also shared resources to celebrate events such as VE Day and St George's Day.
Stars of the Week 21.07.20
Alfie M, Andrew S, Ava D, Emelia E, Hugo P, Jasmine S, Poppie U and:
Stars of the Week 07.07.20
Anabel T, Harry B, Harvey D, Liam D, Riley J, Sebastian L, Tabitha P and:
Stars of the Week 30.06.20
Alfie W, Ben W, Bobby B, Emily B, Frankie W, Maddie B, Cherish L and:
Stars of the Week 23.06.20
Lillie, Sienna, Stuart and Millie and:
Stars of the Week 23.06.20
Layla B, Millie B, Zach B, Freddie B, Josh C, Matthew H, Violet L and:
Stars of the Week 09.06.20
Bailey, Megan, Freya, Beatrix and:
Stars of the Week 19.05.20
Emily, Tulip, Millie and:
Black Lives Matter Resources
Here are some links to websites and resources you may find useful to support discussions with your children about the recent events in the US and the subsequent protests around the world.
On Friday 15th May, I organised three KS2 quizzes. One for Class 3, one for Class 4 and a Family Quiz. Both the class quizzes had rounds on Topic, Geography and General Knowledge. It was lovely to see lots of you and wonderful to hear you all chatting to each other. The Family Quiz first round was General Knowledge, separate questions for adults and children. The second round was a house scavenger hunt, the children had to collect fourteen items. In the last round, a member of the family had to be dressed up with the items. There was a lot of laughter and as you can see from the photos some very interesting outfits.
Thank you to everyone who took part. Hopefully I will be running another quiz soon, so please keep checking your ParentMail.
Stay safe and well everyone.
Stars of the Week 12.05.20
Isobel O'S, Hollie W, Isabella R-L and:
Stars of the Week 05.05.20
Isyla Sadler, Ellis Pittard and:
Young MindsThere are lots of tips and ideas here, including how to talk to young children about coronavirus and guidance for families during lockdown.
8th May 1945 was declared a public holiday to mark the end of the war in Europe. This is now known as VE Day (Victory in Europe) and this Friday is a bank holiday to celebrate its 75th anniversary.
Have a look at some of these resources to find out more about VE Day and to plan your own VE Day celebrations.
BBC Teach VE Day video This video is aimed at KS2 pupils (Year 3-6) so parents may want to watch it before showing it to younger pupils. The section on VE Day runs to 2 minutes 32 seconds and should be appropriate for all.
VE Day SingalongThis is a link to Tom Carradine's Cockney Singalong webpage where you will find three songs to learn and join in with. You can also download song sheets. There will be a live Singalong on his YouTube channel on Thursday 7th May at 11am which I hope will be available afterwards too.
Today we said au revoir to our school friends, as the school closed for the foreseeable future. During assembly we sang and danced to We Are One, from iSingPop. Please watch the video below.
Until we see you again stay safe.
St. George's Staff
PTA Summer Fair 2016
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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