Come along for some Christmas treats at the Friends Cake Stall on Friday after school at the front playground pavilion.
Classes KV & SBJA are baking for the last Cake Sale of the year.
KM were very fortunate to be treated to a collection of Biblical Puppet Shows given by the talented Year 5 pupils in Class KV.
After Mr Corke presented the dictionaries to our Year 5 & 6, he gave a talk to the Key Stage 2 children about the Framlingham Flood appeal. Mr Corke works with the Hour Community team and he shared stories about some of the hardship that he had seen in and around Framlingham, and about how devastating the effects of the flood have been.
He thanked the School Council for suggesting this appeal as our charity this Christmas.
The funds will be raised at the forthcoming Nativities and Christmas Jumper Day on 19 December. We hope you can support this local charity at these forthcoming events, thank you.
We are truly grateful to the Framlingham Rotary for their generous donation of dictionaries for all of our Year 5 & 6 children.
They have gifted each child a beautiful dictionary with an individual name plate.
Our Eco Council made some wonderful recycled decorations earlier this week.
Yesterday they took them to the church to decorate our School Christmas Tree as part of the St Michael's Christmas Tree Festival which starts soon!
Year 5 and 6 girls enjoyed playing 6-a-side football matches against Kyson Primary School. It was a mini tournament where four teams played three games each. It was rather muddy but very good fun! The children showed great determination and sportsmanship and all the children who participated should be very proud of themselves!
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The Friends would like to say a massive thank you for all the truly fabulous donations this morning for the Hamper raffle, and also to the brilliant volunteers who helped put them all together.
Take a look at the 24 hampers up for grabs! With 4 more still to wrap, as the Friends had more donations than expected!
Raffle tickets will be on sale in the Payments > Shop section of ParentMail on Monday from 10am, they will be £1 each - you can buy as many as you like to increase your chances of wining.
🎁The draw will take place on Monday 18 December🎁
In Class KV we have been looking at sculpture. Collectively we have found items in the class to make a collaborative sculpture, each of us looking at the person before and their contributions before adding our own. We all discussed ideas, thought of patterns and had a go. We all really enjoyed it and had great fun completing it. It was less fun tidying up!
We have also been making bowls out of tissue paper. First, we covered bowls in clingfilm. Next, we added patches of glue and strips of tissue paper. We made sure the whole bowl was covered. Some of us added sequins to embellish our bowls and then another layer of tissue paper. They were left to dry for a week. It was nerve wracking but satisfying pulling the bowl from the clingfilm. We hope you like our finished results.
It is Year 6’s turn to put their aprons and become chefs for the morning.
We are making Chicken Korma. It is made from scratch cutting up all the vegetables and raw meat. This makes us realise the importance of handling raw meat carefully. Some of us are a bit worried about the flavour, but most like it when they taste it.
We look at healthy eating afterwards and decide if we have cooked a balance meal.
Last Thursday, Eco Council planted hundreds of kindly donated bulbs into our beautiful new wooden planters which were given to the school by Mrs Picton when she retired.
We planted Dwarf Daffodils, Grasses, Pansies Tulips, Dwarf Irises, Narcissus Niveth, Allium Sphaerocephalon and a Ipheion mix. The children loved getting their hands muddy!
Thank you to all the families that donated bulbs and plants for this mini project.