Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Good Work Assembly - January 2012

Well done to the following pupils who have worked so hard that they deserve a certificate!

George Weller for his story in an Native American style; not your usual gruesome offering George!

Natalie Blair for her story in an Native American style; now we know why Flamingos are pink!
Irina Barrass for improvement in her handwriting and using her new skill in all aspects of her work.

Finley Senejko-Williams for his excellent attitude towards his studies & for picking up on new skills and concepts.
Leon Harding for his ability to follow instructions & his improved all round skills.

Alexa Barrass, making it a full house for the Barrass family, for working hard in all tasks.
Jasmine Brown for her great improvement in spoken English and her letter sounds.

Molly Furnival for her wonderful playdough initials.

Ethan Davies for his excellent attitude and effort in all aspects of his schooling.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The Year of the Dragon.

Chinese New Year

Year 1 enjoyed celebrating Chinese New Year on 23rd January. This year it is the Year of the Dragon. They cooked some rice and peas, tasted kumquats, decorated fans, made dragon puppets and listened to a selection of Chinese folk tales.is year it is the Year of the Dragon.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Team Update!

With Mr and Mrs Walters sadly leaving us last year to the joyously rousing strains of "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" it is now time to say WELCOME to our new teachers!

Welcome to Mr James in the Year 3/4 classroom!

And welcome also to Mr Carrington in the 5/6 Classroom.


We hope you enjoy being here as much as we do!

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

TPS says good bye, so long and farewell to the Wild family ..

Sam reads his memory list to the school

Now it's Mel's turn!

James gets to read his list too.

A surprise visit from Madison ..

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Seoras Continues the Year 2 Science Experiment

The Year Twos are studying about plants this term.  Seoras chose to make a blue rose as he learned about the function of a plant's stem.