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19th December 14

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 WHAT'S NEW AT SHAKESPEARE?

    

 

School Closes on Friday 19th December 2014 at 2pm

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year !!

From Everyone at

Shakespeare School

See you all on the 5th January 2015

Clare says  "Stay Safe on-line during the Festive Season"

Click on the picture below for tips on staying safe on-line.

Golden Ticket Treats

As a reward for excellent behaviour, 40 of our children spent the morning making rag rugs, suncatchers and magnets in the hall.

The children and staff had a great time !

WELL DONE to all the children !!

Christmas Displays

Here are some pictures of our Christmas Displays from around the school

Year 6 - The Bear who had never seen Christmas (the Bear & the Hare)

Year 5 - The Great Christmas Bake Off

Year 4 - Frozen

Year 3 - The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

Year 2 - Despicable Me & Minions

Year 1 - The Nutcracker

Reception - Christmas Music 

 

Family Christmas Decoration Making Morning 24 November 2014

Christmas has finally arrived at Shakespeare !!

We invited parents and carers to join their children in class to help make Christmas Decorations for the displays in the corridors.

Over 80 parents and grandparents turned up for the festive fun. Take a look at some of the wonderful pictures below!

Click on the class links to the left for more fun Christmas photos!

Year 6 Trip to London November 2014

Some of our Year 6 children had a trip to London to visit the Palace of Westminster where they had a tour around the House of Lords and House of Commons and met our local MP Eric Ollerenshaw.

A visit to the Natural History Museum was next on the agenda followed by a guided tour round London to see the sights - including Big Ben, the Shard, London Eye, and Poppy display in the moat at the Tower of London! 

To mark the Centenary of the start of the First World War, we had a visit on Monday from the accomplished mezzo soprano, Patricia Hammond and her accompanianist, Matt Redman. 

They entertained the Junior children and staff with a selection of songs from the First World War era "If you were the only girl in the world", "It's a long way to Tipperary", "Over There" and "Somewhere in France" 

The children sang along with "Pack up your troubles" and had a very memorable morning.

In French this week the children were comparing Remembrance in France and England.

 

 

               

Grandparents Afternoon with the Reception Classes
 

A big THANK YOU to all the lovely Grandparents who attended our special retro afternoon party. We had a super time reminiscing over old toys and showing our Grandparents around our school. We hope they enjoyed it as much as we did!

 

Also a big thank you to our wonderful Year 6 boys and girls who helped out on the day!

A day in the life of Shakespeare school

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Our talented pupils have made their own film of a day in the life of Shakespeare School - take a look at it below:-