Wednesday 18th July saw the Key Stage 2 performance of Aladdin Trouble. Amazing acting, singing, dancing and narrating was thoroughly enjoyed by the audiences. We certainly have talented children at Stratford St Mary! A big thank you to all those that helped put on this fantastic performance.
Kingfisher Class enjoyed a day full of activities based on the story of ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. The children worked in groups to retell the story using puppets and masks. The children worked in pairs to work out how much Sophie’s mum had spent on the shopping after the tiger had been to tea. […]
The children took part in a Superhero Training Day! They completed activities in teams such as throwing balls through the holes, a water game, balancing on the balance beam, vaporising villains with water and a superpower hunt. They worked together , cheering each other on and successfully counted up their points for their team! They also […]
On Friday the children in Kingfishers Class presented their class assembly. The children talked about and showed work linked to their topic called Once Upon A Time. The children read stories, showed story maps, interviewed the Fox and shared the speech bubbles they created for different characters from The Gingerbread Man. The children showed their Moving […]
The children were encouraged to take part in a Book Fair Competition organised by Miss Jones. They were asked to get an adult to take a photograph of them reading a book in an ‘unusual’ place. There were lots of entries showing children reading books everywhere. Mrs Gage judged the photographs and picked a winner from each class. The winners of the competition […]
The children and staff finally got to celebrate World Book Day on Friday. The children and staff dressed up as their favourite book character and donated £1 to the Motor Neurone Disease Charity. The children took part in different activities during the day linked to World Book Day. After school the children were able to […]
On Thursday afternoon and evening, the children took to the stage to entertain visitors with their acting, singing and dancing in a whole school performance of ‘A Midwife Crisis’. Well done everyone and thank you to all those involved in planning and preparing for the show.
The children put on their brightest clothes for Brightness Day. The children donated £1 for the Brake road safety charity. Thank you very much for your donations, we raised £75. In the assembly the JRSOs awarded certificates and prizes to the brightest dressed child in each class and to the brightest dressed teacher. They also […]
For Anti-Bullying week we started the day with an assembly looking at the question: “Is this bullying?” the children were presented with different scenarios in which they needed to decide if it should be called bullying or not. We learnt that bullying can be words or actions to deliberately upset or hurt somebody else and it happens repeatedly over […]
Saturday evening saw the 4th annual firework event at the school. The grounds were busy with people enjoying burgers, hog roast, mulled wine and other delicious items before watching the spectacular firework display and lighting of the bonfire. All the many months of hard work and preparation had paid off with many people commenting on […]
Staff, children and parents put on their walking shoes this week and took part in Walk to School Week. The JRSO’s organised the event and the children designed posters to promote it. Staff ran a ‘walking bus’ so children who travel to school in a car could be dropped off and then walk to school. […]