Harvest time has come again and Windy Nook celebrated.Year Three and Four children performed a marvellous harvest festival for the parents and the rest of the school. All of Upper Key Stage Two and the infants sang along to the songs and had a great time. Let’s all say big thank you to Mrs Green, Miss Karpinski and Mrs Smith who helped put on a fabulous performance.
Well done Year Three and Four!
Blog by Gemma Moran and Hannah Daglish
Nightingales have had a busy, but brilliant, week finding out about bread. We teamed up with Caterpillars to taste bread from around the world, we made our own bread and then some of our families came into school to help us write a set of instructions for Dragonflies and Ladybirds when they made their bread. To round our week off we had a whole school sing along of harvest songs. It’s been great fun and there’s been lots of learning too!
We too have been making bread. Follow the link below if you want to make some bread at home over half term.
Huge thanks from the children in Oaks to Mrs Murray for baking our bread – it was gorgeous! I was delighted with feedback from parents at Open evenings saying how much you had enjoyed it and how lovely the bread was.
As part of our whole school harvest celebration The Beeches baked bread, the outcome of which was delicious, you could say the team definitely rose to the occasion!!
Well done LKS2 for a fantastic performance this morning. You were stars. In addition, a big thank you to those of you who joined me in our visit to Blenheim Court, where we continued the Harvest Celebration by delivering food parcels and giving a little performance. The residents thoroughly enjoyed the singing and comments were made about your outstanding behaviour. What a fabulous day at Windy Nook.