A friendly, hard-working, active class taught by Mr James with support from Mrs Webster and Mrs Bawden
Spring term 2020 - 'Going Places'
Inspired by the fantastic, famous, globe-travelling adventure story "Kensuke's Kingdom" by leading children's author Michael Morpurgo
Indian Experience Day
What an amazing day! Sunita came into school to show us all about the story of Rama and Sita (the origin of the Divali celebration), beautiful symmetrical rangoli pictures and how the Hindu god appears in many different forms. In the afternoon, we coloured our own rangolis and then had chance to dress up with Indian-style clothes, scarves, bangles and a bindi to learn lots of great Indian dance moves. We hope you enjoy the photos (unfortunately the dancing videos are too large to upload)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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