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Final Farewell!

Well it’s come to that time of the year again – time to say ‘goodbye and good luck’ to our Y6 leavers and a ‘see you later’ to everyone else as we look forward to seeing them again after the Summer holidays. Here are some highlights over the past few busy weeks…

 

Y6 Production of Aladdin

On Tuesday 16th July, the pupils of the school had the chance to watch the Year 6 leavers play. The Year 6’s had been practising for weeks and it was only the second time that they had performed it all the way through. The play was Aladdin – but with some changes to the script that made it their own.
The show kicked off with a song and some explaining of the story from villagers. We were introduced to Aladdin and Abanazar who was the baddy. The tale unfolded and through the genies help, Aladdin married Jasmine like the original story. There were lots of places when the audience could join in like booing and clapping. Everyone enjoyed the production and it was really enjoyable to perform to the whole school, and the Y6s had to repeat it again for their fantastic parent audience!
(Thank you to Abigail aka Abanazar for helping to write this review!)
They absolutely smashed both performances and we are so proud of all the Y6s for their superb focus and effort for the performances. Well done!

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Teddy Bears Picnic

The children had a wonderful Teddy Bear’s picnic at lunch time on Wednesday on the field. We sat under the tree in the shade and enjoyed our picnic before playing with our teddies over lunch time. It was great to see all year groups enjoying their picnic in the sun!

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Robin Hoods Bay

KS2 enjoyed a wonderful day out at Robin Hoods Bay this half term during an exploration of erosion along the coast. When we got to Robin Hoods Bay, we walked along the mosaic trial before stopping to observe and sketch the headlands of the bay. In addition, we saw a fantastic example of the different layers of rock next to the erosion wall. After our sketching activity, we ventured further into the village towards the beach where we stopped for a lovely lunch and a smashing game of rounders. The classes also took part in a bit of beach-combing to find interesting shells and rocks. To finish the day off, we developed our map skills by walking up the steep hill by identify key landmarks.

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