On move up day next year's Year 3 and Year 4 had a Rob Biddulph themed day. We read his book 'Show And Tell' then used his Draw with Rob tutorial to create our own Self Portraits. We though you would enjoy seeing them. I am sure you will agree they are brilliant! In the afternoon we used the book 'Dog Gone' to inspire some collaborative artwork which the children also did an incredible job of. Enjoy!
How are families celebrated V.E. Day. We would have had our own V.E. Day street party at sometime during the run up to this momentous occasion in school. But lockdown saw us having a re-think but with social distancing in place we show how we managed to mark this special day.
As is always the tradition at St Bridget's our birthdays are always celebrated - often with funny photos secured by all means possible and posted via publicly in and around school. We usually have Mrs Hemingway to thank for that. So lockdown gave us a little problem but not for long. Mrs Hemingway emailed the families to send in their wishes and here they are. Thank you to you all who contributed - they look amazing. Mrs Middleton says a very big thank you and we heard they brought a tear to her eyes too.
We were so impressed with the effort this amazing man achieved that we decided to pay tribute to him. Thank you Captain Tom for inspiring us.
All our September 2021 school starters got to meet Chris and play some games that would help develop skills needed to eventually play a game of cricket. Here are some clips of the sessions the children took part in.
Sadly not a professional recording but an opportunity for you to get to see the children's performance. They were superb!
A special thank you to Mr Curzon who took the time to come to our performance and support our guitarists.
Class 4 have been busy busy working away with all that Mrs Middleton and Mrs Coombes have planned and prepared for them. Here are a some pics of what they have been up to. Enjoy.
A big thank you to Mr Curzon who took the time to attend our performance and support our guitarists.
Lots of fun was had celebrating our annual Sports Day. It was a little different this year as due to COVID we had no parents watching. However , the morning was a success with all the children trying their very best.