Today we enjoyed an exciting live music concert delivered by the music teachers from the entrust music service. The theme of the morning was ‘Under the Sea’. All of the children enjoyed finding out about the different instruments and joining in with some of the songs!
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On Friday 2nd February the school took part in NSPCC’s number day. We had some fantastic costumes and embellishments. The children enjoyed the day, embraced the learning, and we managed to raise over £230.00 to be donated to the NSPCC!
To find out how your donations will help please take a look at the NSPCC web page.
Every year, St Michael’s Church holds a Christmas Tree Festival and local schools and groups create decorations for their own tree in church. They were put up this weekend. Our Friendship Club have done our school tree for at least the last 3 years. I’ve attached a document with a couple of pictures on.
The children of St. Michael’s were chosen to create the first of Stone’s Advent Windows. Children from Year 4 walked into town to unveil the window and sing the carol ‘Unto Us a Child is Born’.
This week we have been learning all about Meerkats, we even had a real Meerkat come to visit us. Click here to find out more.
Thank you for all of your donations on Friday 17th November, as well as the purchases made for the Pudsey and Blush ears and keyrings. We raised a huge £582.64 to go to Children in Need!!
To find out how this money will be put to good use please see click here.
On Wednesday 15th November we were so excited to receive a special visit from Pudsey Bear! He came to thank us for raising lots of money for this years BBC Children in Need.
On Friday 29th September the Nursery and Early Years classes took part in the Macmillan’s Coffee morning fundraiser. Funds were raised from the sale of cakes kindly donated by staff and parents. We also raised funds selling raffle tickets to win the Dougie Mac Bear. A very happy Annie won the prize!!
A huge thank you to everybody who donated cakes, bought cakes at the coffee morning, or bought raffle tickets. Our Adventurers played a huge role in fundraising for the day as well.
Overall we raised an amazing £181.35. Well done everybody. To discover how the funds raised benefit people who are affected by cancer please follow this link.
Thank you to everybody who donated items for the Harvest Festival this year. We had a lovely service at school on Thursday 28th September for KS1 pupils and parents, and a service on Friday for Early years. The donations were then taken to St. Michaels Church ready for the Harvest Festival on Sunday.
The donations finally were gifted to The Hub in Stone where they will benefit the local community. Some fresh produce that we received was also distributed to local nursing facilities before the weekend for the residents.