Fleetwood Lights Switch On Parade
Please consider walking, with your family, in the Fleetwood lights switch on procession on November 22nd.
Meet at 5.30pm at Warrenhurst Rd by the OAP hall, staff will be there with a Shakespeare banner. They will then walk to the Marine Hall gardens for Christmas carols. Bring glow sticks if you can to add to the fun and dress warmly (uniform not required).
All children must remain with their accompanying adult.
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!
Just before half term, Year 3 had a visitor from Left Coast, to talk to the children about designing and making Bat and Bird Boxes for a competition for the Fleetwood Memorial Park renovations.
The children spent the day designing boxes which were then entered into the competition.
Congratulations to Tilly Hargreaves and Jack Makin, who were winners in the competion. They will be attending a winner's ceremony at the Mount Hotel this weekend, where there will also be discussions on how the winning entries will be made into actual boxes to be put into the memorial Park !
A day in the life of Shakespeare school|
Our talented pupils have made their own film of a day in the life of Shakespeare School - take a look at it below:-