On Thursday 7th March, we celebrated World Book Day. The children came dressed as a range of book characters or in their favourite ‘Elmer’ colour. They also took part in a range of activities, all linked to books. Our parents were invited to a coffee and cake morning and our young councillors (Junior Road Safety […]
During the half term break, the children’s homework was to enter an Elmer Competition to win a £5 voucher to spend at our book fair. The children were asked to design a book cover for Elmer to celebrate his 30th birthday. The children had to make sure it was eye-catching and the design included the […]
The painting of Elmer has started. Mrs Fisk has been busy painting the underneath of Elmer, which has been very tricky! The children have also helped Mrs Fisk paint the top of Elmer (blue) to create the sky. It is lovely to see Elmer coming to life.
Mrs Fisk came into school to prepare Elmer ready for his decoration. She cleaned him and primed him with white paint. The children were given the opportunity to see what Mrs Fisk was doing and ask her lots of questions. The children are very excited to be involved in his decoration in the future. Thank […]
During Road Safety Week the children, parents and staff put on their walking shoes and participated in Walk to School week, even in the wet weather. The children participated in different road safety activities during the week. The JRSOs also taught the children in Kingfishers and Woodpeckers Class how to cross the road safely. On […]
This week the children were very excited as they were writing a reply letter to their Pen Pals. The reception children worked with Miss Jones. She read the children their letter from their Pen Pal and they wrote a reply to the letter with adult support. They answered their Pen Pals questions and thought of […]
This morning the children worked with a family member and created a model of their house. They planned what they were going to do and what they were going to use. They constructed their model using recycled materials. The children used their cutting and sticking skills. The children really enjoyed working with their family member and […]
On Thursday 4th October, the Owls class were joined by their parents for a shared learning session. The children had to work with their parents and family members to research and produce information posters about the Vikings to tie in with our History topic. The children really enjoyed working with their adults and demonstrating their previous learning. […]
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 […]