We worked very hard to produce a powerpoint, drama and presentation for the school on our topic. We were very nervous at first but we were thrilled with the outcome.
We worked in teams to create Anglo-Saxon homes. We even went outside and gathered wood to stick on the outside. We noticed there were no windows and their roofs almost came to the floor!
We enjoyed a Viking feast of cottage cheese, plums, honey and bread and butter. Mrs Huggins was our King! She led our class to victory in the battle. We listened to Viking music and stories of Gods from some of the children.
The children enjoyed running around the park twice and raised lots of money for Children in need! The children got to meet the Mayor of Maidstone and Mason, who organised the event along with Golding Homes. Watch out for our picture in the Kent Messenger.
As part of our Anti-bullying week, the children enjoyed watching and taking part in a drama production. It really reinforced the school's ethos of loving one another, just as God love us.
We are very busy learning new chords for Christmas songs for our performance to the school. One of our favourites is Jingle Bells!
In November we achieved 98.69% attendance and only had 2 lates! As a reward we got to hold the school guinea pigs and got extra playtime.We have now achieved the best attendance in the school for the last 4 weeks! Keep it up Year 4!
We are now going to look after Punctuality Pup and Attendance Ted for the next month!
At the end of our Advent Mass, we presented Father Desmond with a card from the school with lots of words of congratulations. Father Desmond is turning 50 very soon and he is also celebrating being a priest for 20 years!
We enjoyed celebrating Christmas at Holy Family School with a big fair! We made and sold 2019 calendars and they nearly all went! Father Christmas visited! A dance troop performed on stage! The choir sung their hearts out! The kitchen was busy with yummy delights! Lots of prizes were won! We really enjoyed ourselves especially the face painting stall!
We started off the day donating money to Cafod for wearing a Christmas jumper. We then watched KS1 performing their nativity, Lights Camel Action! It was brilliant and very funny! We then enjoyed a delicious Christmas dinner made by the wonderful kitchen staff. Finally, we watched a very funny pantomime called Robin Hood.
We cheered! We booed! We clapped! We cheered! Robin Hood married Maid Marion and they all lived happily ever!