On this page you will find information about events that are happening each week in our school. Don't forget to check it regularly!
We were very pleased to receive this letter from Ofsted confirming that our school is still judged to be "Good". We had a one day inspection, which we felt was very thorough, but fair, and confirmed our judgments that Tilney All Saints school is a good school!
Thank you to all the parents for their support, the children performed beautifully and it was enjoyed by all. Thank you for your generous donations in the retiring collection we raised £35.86 which will go towards our Charity of the year, Cancer Research.
All of the children and staff had a brilliant time rehearsing for the Nativity, and the children did a fantastic job of performing this. Otter class helped the Dolphins with some acting and singing while Penguin class performed a lovely Christmas song at the end along with Mrs Lewis being presented with some flowers for her bravery in shaving her hair. Thank you to all parents for their support on the day and with all the children's costumes and to FOSA for providing refreshments after the play.
All the children thoroughly enjoyed their Christmas dinner and had a lovely afternoon watching a film.
It doesn't often snow in Tilney All Saints but when it does we have fun!!
Mrs Lewis recently shaved her hair for MacMillan Cancer Support. She has donated her hair to a company in Ireland who specialise in making wigs for those suffering from Alopecia. We are all very proud of Mrs Lewis, she has raised over £500 and still adding each day.
Mrs Lewis Braved The Shave
Penguin Class Science Homework
Thank you to our Chair of Governors Mr Laughton, who shared an assembly about leadership with us all.
Governor's Leadership Assembly
Last year our school council raised over £800 for Alzheimer's society. Children from last year's school council recently presented a cheque to Jackie Phipps who represents the West Norfolk branch of the charity.
Our Tilney All Saints Children took part in a speedstacking competition held at Tilney All Saints School against their friends at our sister school Anthony Curton also against Emneth and Marshland St James. They all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Well done to our team at Tilney who just missed out on 2nd place. An extra well done to Henry Cowan Godfrey who won the individual 3-6-3 event.
Penguin Class recently visited the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge and had a fantastic day looking and learning about the Egyptian artefacts.
Penguin School Trip to the Fitzwilliam Museum
The School Council children made the decision to have a bad hair day for children in need and they held a cake sale at the end of the day which all the children enjoyed. We raised £100, thanks to all the parents for the cakes and support.
Children In Need
The children solemnly paid their respects to the fallen heroes of the two world wars and subsequent conflicts. The service was lead by Reverent Dale and two of Tilney All Saints Year 6's. Many thanks to the parents that attended.
The Woodland Trust donated 100 assorted trees to help the environment and the whole school thoroughly enjoyed planting them together.
Penguin's proudly showing off their homework on speed.
Penguin Class Speed Homework
Otter Class presented an assembly all about the Anglo-Saxons. They had a great time sharing their extensive knowledge with the rest of the school and parents.
Otter Class Assembly
October to February 2018 Menu
The Rotary Club donated dictionaries to several schools within the UK and Tilney All Saints was one of them. Here our Year 5s are proudly holding them.
Rotary Club Dictionary Presentation
The children are proudly showing off some of different Harvest gifts they brought in for the foodbank and Mr Maarten Klem, the King's Lynn Foodbank coordinator collected them from our School Council children.
Harvest Gifts For The Foodbank
Key Stage two are working with the Local History Society on an on-going project investigating the impact WW1 had on Tilney All Saints Village. The children had great fun preparing and researching for the school's launch which the Local History Society attended. The Local History Society then had their launch on the project which was held at Tilney All Saints Village hall and several of our children attended this and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Our children will be taking part in several different activities within school including interviewing those who were directly involved in WW1 and this will be proceeded by a joint exhibition held towards the end of March. A church remembrance service will then be held on the 19th of April which the school will be facilitating and organising with the Local History Society attending.
The children had a brilliant day dressed up in their Halloween costumes, raising money for Cancer Research.
Halloween Fancy Dress
All the children had a lovely time at the Harvest Festival which was held in the local church. We had some school council representatives from Anthony Curton who came along to enjoy it with us. Many thanks to all of the grown ups who came to support our children and generously donated lots of items which were collected by the King's Lynn food bank.
The children from Year 6 went along to Ely Cathedral, with their friends from Anthony Curton, in order to enjoy Cathedral Day. We exchanged prayers and had a brilliant time learning about other faiths and religions.
We are very thankful to Simon Rowe and KLFM for supplying every child in the school with a reflective "Be Safe, Be Seen" sticker, so that the children can be clearly seen on these dark nights! If you would like to visit KLFM's website please click the link below!
We had a lovely Harvest service, which was well supported by our parents! Thank you to the School Councillors from Anthony Curton who came along to show the support from our sister school.
We were very lucky to have some brilliant classical musicians who came into school to show us their instruments and let us hear their wonderful music!
We were very sad to say "Goodbye" to our Year 6 children. We wish each of them the very best of luck as they move up to High School. They have been wonderful to have as part of our school and we will miss them lots! Good luck Year 6!!
We are very proud of all of the children who managed to have 100% attendance this year! They each got a certificate and gift card - well done!
We we would also like to thank FOSA for giving each of our Year 6 an autograph book so that they can collect memories from their friends which they can treasure forever.
Our children from both schools had a wonderful time performing "Superstan"! A lot of hard work, dedication and effort has gone into putting this brilliant production on, which made the audiences cry with laughter at times. Both adults and children thoroughly enjoyed watching Superstan - thank you to all of the adults and children who helped put this performance on!
We are very sad to be saying "Goodbye" to our Year 6 children from both schools. They have been a fabulous bunch of children who we are all very proud of. We know that you'll be brilliant at High School and will succeed in whatever you choose to do. Good luck Year 6 - we'll miss you!
Children from Anthony Curton and Tilney went to Marshland High School to take part in the cluster music festival. We are very proud of all of our children who took part...and lots of our children won medals for their efforts.
We always love it when GenR8 come in to do an assembly for us!
Please note that there is a change of date for Otter class assembly. It will now take place on Friday 30th June at 9.00am instead of Tuesday 27th June.
All of the children from Tilney joined their friends from Anthony Curton to go and see the Flower festival at Walpole St. Peter's Church. They all had a very nice time looking at the displays that the local community had made, and especially enjoyed seeing their own work on display as part of the Flower Festival!
We really enjoyed having a celebration day to mark being part of DEMAT for two years! We had a lovely service in Walpole St Peter's church where the children said what being part of DEMAT meant to them, and how the partnership between the two schools has positively impacted on their education. All the children from both schools then came over to Tilney for a dance festival, which included many different forms of dance, such as Maypole, Capoeira and Molly dancing. We then all had a fun afternoon with a picnic lunch and bouncy castles. We would like to thank Andrew Read, director of Education for DEMAT, for taking time out of his very busy schedule in order to come and celebrate with us.
DEMAT Celebration Day
The whole school got together to wish Mrs Groves a very "Happy Birthday!" We won't let on just how old she is...but it was a very special birthday!!
Art club have been very busy producing these wonderful pictures!
We love it when GenR8 come to do assemblies for us!
Children in Otter Class have been incredibly busy lately revising for their upcoming SATs. Miss Williams made it a lot of fun though by allowing them to write what they knew on the tables! The children have said that they really enjoyed doing their revision!
Both the children and staff enjoyed taking part in wearing a bandanna/messy hair day in order to raise money for Autism Awareness
Many thanks to all of the children and staff who had an input into our Easter Service. Once again it was a lovely time where the whole school came together with a mixture of readings, singing and music. Also, "Thank you" to all of the grown ups who came to support our children in this service.
We had a presentation to Miss Douglass in assembly because something very special is happening in her life over Easter - she's getting married! We wanted to say a huge congratulations to her and that we hope her day runs smoothly...and that we will try our very best to call her by her new name, Mrs Whistler, when we come back after Easter.
A presentation to Miss Douglass
Thank you to FOSA for organising a lovely Mothers' Day Tea. Lots of mums came along to enjoy a drink and some cake, and each one received a potted flower!
Mothers' Day Tea
The children (and adults!) loved dressing up for World Book day! We had lots of different characters from a variety of books wandering the corridors in the school - thank you to all of the parents who helped with the costumes - the children had great fun!
World Book Day!
We are very pleased with a letter we received from Tim Coulson, the regional schools' commissioner for the East of England and North East London. He wrote to us after we had a visit from the DfE, checking that we were still a "Good" school and that we had high standards. Some of the comments included:
"The teaching was purposeful and the pupils' attitudes to learning were strong. Books were well presented and showed good progress over time...Attendance in both schools is at or above national figures. Professional development has led to strong expertise in key areas."
"The pupils that were interviewed were very enthusiastic about the school and grateful for the high quality support they received."
"One girl was full of praise for the support the school had given to her disabled younger sibling. All had an unusually positive view of the schools. They appreciated taking part in mixed activities and really enjoyed their Friday afternoon joint sessions. Harmer admitted that a response to one of his questions had been unique and surprising. When asked what was best about the school, the first answer he received was "the homework". This turned out to be a reference to the creative activities the pupils are encouraged to undertake at home to extend their learning. His question about the ways the schools could be improved was the only one to stump them."
"These are two good schools that have developed through partnership and strong, committed leadership...the interest of working across both schools has made them an interesting place in which to work and develop."
The children enjoyed a lovely Candlemas Service in Tilney All Saints Church last week. Mr Wilkinson, from Anthony Curton School, led the service which gave the children a chance to reflect on sharing and giving. The children processed around the church with their candles in a traditional style. Many thanks to all of the parents who came to support our children.
We were happy to have a very friendly policeman visit both of our schools recently, after the children had completed their homework on the Emergency Services. Mr Cawdery came in to tell us all about his job and we even got to try on some of his uniform! Thank you for helping our children understand all of the different things a policeman does!
A policeman visits
The whole school enjoyed a lovely Christmas service in Tilney All saints Church just before Christmas. It was wonderful to see and listen to the children's input, and their amazing singing! Thank you to all of the grown ups who came along to support our children.
A Lovely Christmas Service!
It was lovely to see Key Stage 2 children perform some lovely Christmas music. They sang and played instruments for a big audience...and even the staff played!
KS2 Musical performance
Key Stage 1 performed a wonderful Nativity. It was lovely to see the younger children perform so confidently on the stage in front of a large audience. Many thanks to all of the grown ups who came to support them.
Both children and staff from Anthony Curton and Tilney all enjoyed a Candlelit service in school where we heard the story of the birth of Jesus and then sang some of our favourite Christmas songs.
The whole school enjoyed a very lovely Christingle celebration with Revd. Barbara Pearman. It was a very nice service allowing the children to remember all of the special and important things at this time of year.
Otter Class really enjoyed going to the Poppy Line with Year 6 from Anthony Curton. They experienced what a day would be like for children during the was. They had to make their lunch (being careful not to have too much of the rationed food!), try on gas masks, took part in an air raid and looked at old toys. The day ended with a party and Father Christmas coming to see the children.
Poppy Line Visit
Our families raised a massive £124.93 for the British Legion by donating money for the Poppy Appeal. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this very worthy cause.
The children loved coming to school in pyjamas in order to raise money for Children in Need! Thank you to all of the grown ups who helped to raise even more money by donating cakes and biscuits for the cake sale.
Children in Need
We welcomed a visitor into our school from the Rotary Club. He told us all about the charity "Purple for Polio", which we had planted crocus bulbs for.
We held a lovely Remembrance Service at the local church on 11th November. The children paid their respects to all of the people who have given their lives in conflict and laid hand made wreaths as they held their 2 minute silence.
We dressed up for Halloween to raise money for charity!
- Harvest Festival
Harvest Festival - 19th October 2017
Ofsted - tomorrow
- Remembrance Service
11th November Remembrance Service
- Inclusion Health Check
Another visitor liked our school!
- Halloween Day
The children dressed up in Halloween costumes in order to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society.
Just to keep you updated - we are all still very much enjoying learning through creativity on a Friday afternoon with our friends from Anthony Curton. Have a look at the pictures below to see us in action!
Friday Afternoon Activities
We had a wonderful Harvest Festival in Tilney All Saints Church, which was blessed by Revd. Barbara Pearman. The children showed off some of their fabulous work, and sang some beautiful songs. Thank you to all of the parents who came to support our children.
The whole school loved it when GenR8 came in to do an assembly for us all about how to be a good friend. The children loved watching the puppets tell the story with a moral and enjoyed joining in with the singing and actions!
Congratulations to Mrs Lewis who has been working at Tilney All Saints Primary School for 20 years!! Thank you for all of your hard work and effort that you have put in over the years Mrs Lewis!
Children from both schools enjoyed a very lovely day at Weeting Steam Rally. They got to ride on a tractor, see Shire Horses and look at old cars and steam engines, among other things. They also got to have a ride on a miniature train!
Weeting Steam Rally
Year 4 were very lucky to have some dictionaries presented to them by the Kings Lynn Rotary Club. The children are very grateful for the gifts and we have already seen them being used in lessons well! Thank you very much!
Some of the children from both of our schools went along to Marshland High School to take part in the Marshland Cluster Music Festival. We had a variety of music being performed from singing, piano playing and ukulele playing amongst others. Everyone had a lovely time, and we even managed to win some certificates!
Marshland Cluster Music Festival
The children from both schools had a wonderful day when we held a celebration to recognise the anniversary of our schools becoming part of DEMAT. The children from Tilney went to Walpole St. Peter's church for a service, where we had lots of important people including Bishop Steven, Andrew Read (the director of education for DEMAT) and our local vicars Revd. Martin Dale and Revd. Barbara Pearman. The service was really lovely with children from both schools leading it. Then all the children came back to Tilney for a picnic lunch with their parents and an afternoon of fun!
Anniversary of becoming part of DEMAT
The staff of both Tilney All Saints and Anthony Curton performed a school pantomime for our children. It was based on the story of Cinderella - and written by the very talented Mrs Taylor. The children loved it - and so did the staff, as you can see from the photos below! It was a brilliant afternoon!
The children from our school joined their friends at Anthony Curton to go and see the Flower Festival at Walpole St Peter's Church. The displays were lovely and the children enjoyed seeing their own work being displayed for the public to see.
Here are some pictures of the lovely displays around our school. We are very proud of our colourful displays showing how hard the children work!
Take a look below at some of the outside fun we have!
We are very proud of our entrance and new Library area, which is very colourful! The children love working in the area - and so do the adults! Thanks go to Mrs Peacock who has worked hard painting the area to make it look even nicer!
The whole school enjoyed an afternoon of activities for the Queen's Birthday, organised by FOSA. They also loved having a picnic lunch, which Helen kindly made!
The whole school had a wonderful afternoon celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday! We played sports, danced round the maypole, looked at the wildlife in the Perfect Place and enjoyed the picnic lunch that FOSA helped to organise!
Mr Laughton came in to do an assembly for us - it was all about a spider...which wasn't as scary as it sounds!
Mr Wilkinson brought one of his lambs into school for all of the children to see. They learnt about how lambs live and what they eat - and got a chance to stroke number 4!
The whole school dressed up in red, white and blue to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday!
All of our children once again enjoyed a very lively assembly from GenR8 all about the story of Easter!
We had a visit from a very nice man who came to see how well our school was doing. He was very impressed with our school and the children, and wrote us this letter (below) telling us how much he enjoyed his visit. Please feel free to read it!
We came dressed up in funny clothes for Sport Relief this year and completed a mile run around the school grounds. Thank you to everyone who took part and helped us to raise £478!
Thank you to everyone who took part in our "bandanna" day, where we either cam to school with crazy hair or wore a bandanna in order to raise money for brain tumors. We managed to raise £224 for this very worthwhile charity!
We dressed up for World Book Day as characters from traditional tales, nursery rhymes or fairy tales. It was lovely to see so many happy faces throughout the school while they were reading!
Thank you to FOSA who organised a Mother's Day Tea. The grown ups enjoyed spending time relaxing and loved their gift of a free plant.
We got a certificate from Text Santa to thank us for donating the money that we raised for them. Thank you to everyone who gave so generously for this great cause!
We've had some work done over the holiday to improve our Library area. we think it looks wonderful - and the children are very excited about it too!
The children from Year 2 had a fantastic time when they went to London to see Charlie and the chocolate Factory in Drury Lane. They got to see lots of London's famous landmarks as we drove through the capital and were amazed at how good the show was! All of the children loved the experience - even if it was a long day! We would like to say a massive thank you to all of the children who went and made it such an enjoyable day due to their impeccable behaviour.
We are really proud of the musicians that we have in school. The children always perform beautifully during special celebrations, whether it's with their voices or with instruments. Have a look below at some of our pianists who have piano lessons with Mrs McKie on a weekly basis. It's a pleasure to hear the outcome of all of their hard work and practice.
Take a look at the Otter Class display for their "Going for Goals" work. They thought about someone who has inspired them and then thought about what qualities they needed to achieve their goal. They have also been thinking about other people in their class, as well as themselves, and have given out certificates of excellence stating a good quality that the other person has. Well done Otter Class - we look forward to hearing all about your learning journey in assembly when you finish this work.
We really enjoyed it when BJ puppets came to do our assembly on respecting other people. We love listening to the stories that the puppets tell to help us understand what respect means to different people.
Our team had a lovely time at West Walton school when they went to take part in the Marshland Cluster Mathmagicians event. There were lots of problems to solve and puzzles to discuss - we are very proud of these 4 children for trying so hard!
We had Olly Day and his magic show in to teach us all about road safety. It was lots of fun - but taught us all some very valuable lessons!
Some of the children being keepers of the advent candles!
Some of the staff getting in the Christmas spirit!
All of the children and staff had a lovely time when Santa visited the school! We also had a very nice Christmas church service at Tilney All Saints church. Thank you to all of the grown ups that attended and gave money so generously to our chosen charity!
We had a lovely time over at Anthony Curton, joining in with the candle-lit carol service. We enjoyed listening to the nativity story and singing songs to go with it. Then we got to listen to some of the teachers and children from both schools as they played their instruments for us!
We always love it when GenR8 come to do an assembly for us. This time we learnt all about Emmanuel and God being with us!
The whole school had a wonderful time at the pantomime in Hunstanton! All of the children and staff would like to say a massive "Thank you" to FOSA for providing us with the tickets to go and see such an enjoyable event!
We held a lovely remembrance service at Tilney All Saints Church where we observed two minutes silence and laid our hand-made wreaths in order to remember the brave soldiers who have fought for our country.
We managed to raise a massive £104.07 for Children in need through the children (and adults!) coming to school dressed in what they want to be when they grow up. Thank you to everyone who kindly donated any money - it's all going to a great cause!
We love it when BJ puppets come and do an assembly for us, this time it was all about learning how to be respectful.
We invited our Chair of Governor's in to do an assembly for us. It was very interesting and we learnt about what life might have been like for a Victorian child. They didn't go to school and had to go to work instead. We realise that we are very lucky to all be able to go to school today.
We had a lovely Harvest Festival, held at Tilney All Saints Church. The choir sang beautifully and each class performed something special. It was lovely to see the scarecrows that each class had made for the local community. We even managed to raise £29.29 from the retiring collection which will go to the Magpie Centre which helps with riding lessons for disabled people. Thank you to everyone who contributed!
The whole school dressed in red, white and blue and as kings and queens to mark the Queen's longest reign on 9th September. We learnt about the history of the monarchy and also did activities based on Kings and Queens of Great Britain throughout the day.
We have invested a lot of money in our dinner time play equipment and the "Buddies" pictured below are here to help all of our children use the equipment safely and have fun with it.
The whole school got together to listen to, and celebrate, all of the effort that has been put into learning how to play musical instruments - by both children and staff!
The whole school enjoyed a fantastic sports day and summer fair. We practised lots of skills in both competitive and non-competitive activities, and we even did some maypole dancing!
The whole school took part in a "Camo day" in order to help raise funds for the SSAFA. We had an army man come in who set up lots of fun activities for us to take part in, everyone had a wonderful day! We managed to raise just under £72.00 for a very worthy cause.
We had a brilliant Fathers' Day Lunch where lots of dads came and enjoyed eating with us. Thank you for all of your continued support, it's lovely to see families eating and spending time together!
Miss Douglass, Miss Liddle and Mr Wilkinson (from Anthony Curton) had the chance to visit a primary school in Northampton. The school, Standens Barn Primary, was very different to ours; much bigger and in a very different location, but also gave us lots of ideas for how to improve our own school!
Have a look at their website below to see some of their amazing work!
Look out for lots of communication and events linked to this friendly school!
All of our school had the opportunity to go to Anthony Curton School for the day so that we could go to Walpole St Andrew's church to see the Flower Festival. The theme was all about "Seasons", and we produced a display that was shown. Have a look at the pictures below to see if you can tell which season the displays represent.
Well done to Molly who has won the area Bake Off Competition!! We look forward to tasting some of your baking now that your a champion at it!!
A massive "Congratulations" to the children who entered the Marshalnd Cluster Maths Competition. They all worked really hard to solve some very tricky problems...and came third! Well done!
The whole school had a great time parading their Easter Bonnets, have a look at the pictures below to see some of the wonderful creations!
The whole school had a chance to go outside and see the eclipse of the sun!
We recently hosted and took part in the Marshland Cluster art event, where lots of schools came to our school to have a really enjoyable morning of art. Have a look below at some of the pictures from the day.
Some of our school council members joined some of the school council from Anthony Curton School to deliver a cheque to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Children's ward. In total we collectively raised £1,500 which we donated to help all of the sick children who have to spend time in hospital. Thank you to all of the families who helped us raise such a fantastic amount!
Dolphin class have had some very exciting news this week - they received a letter from the Queen!! The children in Dolphin class sent a card to the Queen when she came to Kings lynn to open the new fire station. Have a look below to see the reply that they got!
Well done to the children who entered the Marshland Cluster Maths Challenge!
Thank you to BJ Puppets who delivered a fantastic assembly all about respect!
The whole school loved singing with Mrs Taylor and her guitar!
Many thanks to the Quantum Theatre Company who came and performed "Your Country Needs You", a play all about life in the trenches in World War One. All the children thoroughly enjoyed it!
We really enjoyed eating our yummy Christmas dinner. Thank you to Helen who cooked it so beautifully for us!
Thank you to all of the children who performed in our musical Christmas performance - the grown ups really enjoyed watching you have lots of fun singing!
We enjoyed dressing in our Christmas jumpers to help raise money for Save the Children. We managed to raise just over £40, thank you for all of the generous donations from our parents!
We did very well in our Nativity play!
We had a lovely Christingle Service at Tilney All Saints Church, singing carols and lighting the christingles that we had made in school.
Have a look at some of the new displays that are around the school!
Shark class enjoyed a visit to the British Museum before they went on to see a production of War Horse in London. See some of the sights they saw below!
We had a lovely rememberance service held at Tilney All Saints Church on 11th November to remember all of the soldiers who have fallen in the wars over the years.
We had a brilliant time at Cathedral day when we went to Ely Cathedral with our sister school, Anthony Curton - take a look at some of the pictures below!
We recently took part in the Marshland Cluster spelling challenge. We had a team of four, who were Cory Chilvers, George Shackcloth, Elsie-may Whitby and Ebonie Desborough. They did very well and came second! Well done for working brilliantly as a team!
Thank you to BJ Puppets who continue to entertain us with their assemblies which always have a very important meaning in them! We also love all of the new puppets!!
We really enjoyed our assembly by GenR8 all about forgiveness!
Well done to the four children who entered in the Marshland Cluster General Knowledge Quiz! They did really well and tried very hard - we're very proud of them!
During the Easter service at Tilney All Saints Church the children from our sister school, Anthony Curton, pesented us with a prayer chest full of prayers that they had written for the Bishop's Lentern Challenge. Each week we are going to choose one of these prayers to have as prayer of the week and will read it in assembly each day.
Thank you to GenR8 who came to do an assembly for us - we found it very entertaining!
Thank you to all of our lovely mums who came to our Mothers' Day tea! We really enjoyed having you here! Thank you to all of the families who donated cakes for our special day.
We love Revd. Dale coming in to practise our singing with us! Have a look at us singing our Easter songs below!
We enjoyed an assembly from BJ puppets which involved a very naughty monkey!
On 13th March Tilney All Saints School held the cluster music event. Children from all of the other cluster schools were invited to come and enjoy making and performing music for the morning. The children loved it as you can see from the pictures below!
The whole school enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day. We enjoyed a lovely themed lunch cooked for us by Stella - Thank you Stella!
We al had great fun during maths week! In Shark class we learnt about "Gnome Homes". You can see us below carefully measuring and learning about fractions with food!
Thank you to all of the grown ups whjo came to share our lunchtime with us during Chinese Week. We enjoyed eating lots of lovely Chinese food made by Stella and then we performed the dances that we had learnt to our audience of parents!
During Chinese Week we welcomed an instructor who taught us a Chinese dance. We had lots of fun - take a look below to see us learning!
We would like to thank Mrs Peacock for re-painting the stained glass windows in the hall - they look lovely!