Bristol Old Vic acted out the Nativity story for us so we could imagine what it was like for each character in the story. What an amazing play!
Reception welcome collective worship - as a school we welcomed Reception into our school community presenting each of them with certificates. Every child in our community is important to us!
On Friday 15th November Our Lady celebrated Children in Need day by wearing clothes with spots on and bringing in £1 for the charity. At the beginning of the day we celebrated together with a whole school collective worship. We learnt that Children in Need believes every child in the UK should have a childhood which is: safe; happy and secure; allows them the chance to reach their potential. Joe Wicks, a famous actor, led us in 'The Big Morning Move' which helped us get active for 5 minutes as we need to look after our bodies to stay healthy..
Children in Need active workout with Joe Wicks
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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