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Here’s the result of our Foodbank support challenge ……………………………….

CONGRATULATIONS GO TO CLASS 2 for a superb collection total.  Well done!

click here to see our Foodbank Challenge Results

Every class, including the Nursery, have all collected an amazing amount of items, the best this school has ever achieved!

We would like to thank each and everyone of you for all support in providing items for the Market Drayton Foodbank and thanks also to Reverend Becky for taking all our items (on several visits) to the Foodbank.

This has been a truly amazing community show of support to others less fortunate than ourselves, especially during this current time.  Thank you!

 

Cooking at Forest School

Today at Forest School we made Superworm bread sticks to cook on the fire. We learnt how to shape the dough onto a skewer and safely build and use fire to cook them. We also harvested the sweetcorn we planted in the Summer and ate those too. They tasted very fresh!

Art Day display

Here is a display of some of the printing themed art work class one produced on Art Day. You can see all the different types of art we produced and the variety of skills we needed to do it. The children had great fun!

Harvest at St Swithun’s

Reverend Becky has said St Swithun’s will be open for private prayer over this Harvest Festival weekend.

The “Thankful” banner will be on display at St Swithun’s that the children have had a part in creating.

Reverend Becky was so amazed at the amount of items collected for the Foodbank challenge!  The challenge is running until 22nd October and the children are doing a great job.  Thank you for your support.

A message below from Reverend Becky

HARVEST COLLECTION

I am overwhelmed by people’s generous response to the Foodbank Appeal and will regularly take your contributions into the Market Drayton Centre. A small selection of what you have brought, along with the thankfulness bunting the children have made, will be on display in church this Sunday 11th October and next Sunday 18th October (Family Worship – 4pm).

Rev Becky.”

 

Superworm has arrived!

This week we started reading Julia Donaldson’s book Superworm.  We made our own Superworm’s from different resources, drew a story map to help us retell it to each other and found rhyming words.  In Maths we have been learning our number bonds to 10 and beginning to add using a number line.

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