Trust26-10-2014 | 18:42:11 | No Comments


Hi everyone,

This week in worship we have been focusing on the topic of ‘Trust’.   We read the Aesop’s fable about telling the truth, which points out the importance of being trustworthy.  We asked God to help us to be trustworthy people who are honest, kind and thoughtful.  Watch and read along with the story below:



‘The Butterfly Room’?12-10-2014 | 18:30:03 | No Comments

Butterfly room banner for blog

Hello again everyone,

I’ve had a few children asking me lately why the room I work in is called The Butterfly Room, so I thought I’d turn it into a little competition.

Any pupil who comes to me with the correct reason will earn one of my golden tickets.  Think about it carefully, if you’re not sure, it might help to have a look at the newsletter I sent out about my job as a learning mentor – this is linked as ‘a note from our new Learning Mentor’ in the ‘Parents’ section of the website and describes all the various aspects of being a learning mentor or click on the following: Your Learning Mentor Poster

Still not sure?  Here is a big clue- I don’t actually do any work with real butterflies, it’s a metaphor…what is special about butterflies?

Good luck,

Miss Flynn 😀

School Council- First Task10-10-2014 | 10:38:04 | No Comments

comp time 3

Hi everyone,

Your class school council representatives’ first task was to take a photo of your class lining up perfectly.  Each class photo was judged in our competition.  The winning class showed the four rules of lining up clearly in their photo, with everyone in the line facing forward, with their arms by their sides, mouths closed and bodies still, as shown in the winning photo below.

Class Lining up photo template

We are pleased to announce that the winner is… Class 1! Well done everybody, we hope you enjoyed your extra play-time.


Each class is now displaying their photo on the back of their classroom door to remind everyone how to line up. 

Here are all the entries.

Lining up photo

 Well done everybody and especially well done to the School Council, who were excellent judges!

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