This half term, Mrs Marshall is running a lunchtime Archaeology club for children in Owls and Swans classes. Over the last two weeks, the children had to work together to chip dinosaur bones out of rock. It was very difficult, and took them a long time. Once all the bones were out, the children had […]
The children enjoyed taking part in the last cooking club session after school. The children were able to listen carefully and follow instructions. The children decorated buns as Rachel’s oven was broken!
The children enjoyed taking part in the cooking club session after school. The children were able to listen carefully and follow instructions. The children made jam tarts and white chocolate rice krispie cakes.
On Tuesday 5th February, 25 children from Owls and Swans joined approximately 8,550 children from around the region to sing and entertain a packed audience at the O2 in London. The children had been practising the songs since September and it was amazing to hear them join in with other choirs and professionals, as well as […]
The children enjoyed making biscuits this week in cooking club. The children worked together to weigh the ingredients, mix them altogether, roll out the dough and cut the dough into biscuit shapes. Great teamwork and lovely biscuits.
In cooking club the children enjoyed making pizza swirls and rocky road. The children were able to listen to instructions and follow them. They worked as a team, sharing the equipment and taking turns.
Children from Kingfishers and Woodpeckers class joined Miss Jones and Mrs Jones for cooking club after school. The children were very busy decorating biscuits and making cakes. The children created melted snowmen, snowmen faces and snowball cakes.
After school some of the Year One and Two children joined Miss Jones for games club. The children enjoyed playing different games. It was lovely to see the children taking turns and playing the games according to the rules.
In Art club, the children have been learning about different artists and their style of work. The first week we looked at Bansky and created some graffiti art using stencils (Banksy’s preferred methods) and the second week we looked at Kandinsky and his abstract art work. The children looked in particular to Kandinsky’s circles work […]
Children from Year One and Two joined Miss Jones for their first Book Club session on Thursday after school. The children listened to a story called ‘Jake’s First Day’. The story was about a boy called Jake and it was his first day at school. Jake’s teacher had planned a day all about pirates and Jake had […]
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.