We had lots of fun in school as we were learning about the work of Comic Relief through Red Nose Day. Many children wore something red to school. In our video assembly, we learnt about Teddy, a remarkable 9 year-old with cerebral palsy and visual impairment. He told us about what aspects of life are like for him and how he has been helped by a project for children with visual impairment which is funded by Comic Relief.
In KS1 at lunchtime, children enjoyed dancing to songs from Sing 2 and Encanto! In KS2, there was a lip sync extravaganza, with lots of children (and a couple of brave teachers!) taking part by showing off their performance skills! It was great fun, and lovely to be all together out in the playground enjoying the event!
Class 10 made some masks to remind us all that we have the power to change things for the better.
KS2 Lip sync extravaganza! We had a lot of fun!
In KS2, we made a quick photo frame so children could have a photo with friends!