This is the first of our 'Magical Moments' in the news section of the website. Each week we collect a range of pictures of the great learning and activities that have taken place and use them to make a slideshow for the Friday assembly. Of course, not everyone can get to the assembly, so we are adding a selection of the pictures to the website each week. We hope you enjoy them!
The Life Bus has been at school so all the children have been learning about keeping healthy. You can see pictures of Reception and Year 1 children in the lifebus. This week Year 5 have been especially busy, with some going to Vassals Park, others researching space and some doing role play in their Literacy group.
The Reception classes have been busy making some stunning vehicles. Ms Jenkins' Year 5 and 6 Maths group have been learning how to use the 'Singapore Bar' method for calculating!
There are also pictures of some new den building activities that we have introduced to lunchtime along with Analia's Art and Craft and lots of fun being had at More 4 Kids after school club!
Our Easter Holiday Club was a great success, with good feedback from everyone who came along including new children. We are currently planning our May provision: full details and booking forms are available here.
Please tell your friends about our holiday club. It is open to children from all Primary schools.
We have linked up with Bristol Bike Project to run a seris of Bike Breakfasts. Children can come along and get their bikes serviced, or swap their old bike for a bigger size. And it's free! At our second Bike Breakfast on 3rd December, fifteen children swapped their bikes for new ones and lots more people got their bikes fixed! How fantastic! Our next Bike Breakfast is on Tuesday 14th January, 8-8.30am. Here are some pictures from our last event:
On Friday 15th we will be raising money for Children in Need. Wear your spottiest clothes, get your spots painted on at Breakfast Club, buy some yummy cakes after school... all in a good cause! We will ask children for a £1 donation if they choose to wear non-uniform clothes. Please get baking as well!
Tim Smith, the man in charge of our big building project to put six new classrooms on the roof last year, was one of only ten construction managers in the whole country to be nominated for the award because of the fabulous work he did at Hannah More. During half term Ms Ramsay was very privileged to be invited to a very posh awards ceremony in London with Tim and some of the SKANSKA team that worked here. In the pictures below you can see how smart it all was - and even catch a glimpse of our wonderful hall displayed on the huge screens in the hotel! We are very proud of Tim and the team and we love our new building!
On September 25th a team of volunteers from Deloitte worked with Year 6 children to make pinhole cameras out of drinks cans, take photos and then develop them. We even created our own darkroom for the day! A big thank you to Deloitte employees for such a great day. Here are some of the intriguing photographs they took.