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Spring Term Spelling Overviews.
Your child will take home a paper copy the first week back at school in January.
This week all children took part in 2 days of collaborative art led by the artist Kate Johnston, to create two beautiful school banners. These banners are inspired by our new school vision.
Along with our 3 words courage, ambition & kindness.
The children were actively involved in drawing, printmaking and sewing. All the words, phrases and drawings were created by the children linked to Clun River and their understanding and interpretation of our vision and 3 words.
Guided by Kate’s artistic skills the children have worked to brilliantly together to create these powerful and striking pieces ready to be sewn together to create 2 distinctive banners. The finished banners will be displayed in the hall and entrance way in the new year.
This week your child will have taken home a Theme Plan for their Spring Term learning, if you have not received a copy please look below at our curriculum page or on the information page of your child’s class. Links can be found below.
The sound of bells could be heard in Clun on Wednesday, to our surprise we had a special visitor waiting in our reception… it was Father Christmas!
The children were so excited to see Santa and tell him about their Christmas preparations – just look at the joy on their faces!
Santa told us all the tasty treats he and the reindeer like to eat on their special journey around all the children’s houses on Christmas Eve.
Are you still looking for stocking fillers and gifts for family? Look no further…
Please send in money in a envelope with your order this week.
Christmas Robin decoration £1.00 (handmade by Class 3).
St George’s Tea Towel £4.50 – (drawn by every child in the school).
Gift tags – 5 for £1.00 (handmade by Class 1).
Face masks £4.00
As part of Class 3’s British Values topic, learning about democracy and rule of law, on Tuesday Class 3 took part in a live, online schools session with the parliament education team.
They learnt about how the UK Parliament works, what MPs do, the role of the House of Lords and how laws are made.
The children were really engaged asking relevant and interesting questions.
Whether the children were learning to develop their balance skills, increasing their confidence when cycling, leaving school for a group ride around Clun or tackling T junctions on the road, all children had a brilliant cycling session this week.
It was lovely to see the smiles and joy on the children’s faces when they mastered a skill, and their support and celebration for each others success within their cycling groups.
Particular highlights for the children were cycling around Clun down the Waterloo hill or the thigh burning effort of cycling back up the hill to school without stopping!