Miss Barlow's Words Autumn Term Week 9
This week has been anti-bullying week. Each class has learned about what bullying is and how it can be stopped. The theme this year is: “The Power of Good” which was introduced to the girls in assembly on Tuesday by Miss Pelizzari. All week, the girls have been finding lots of opportunities to use their power of good to help others. I gave each class a task: the Mannequin Challenge, representing anti-bullying week and The Power of Good; the results were brilliant. (You can see the videos on twitter). Poems have been written and drama workshops have been attended too, to help reinforce what bullying is and how we can stop it from happening. The drama workshops which Years 2-6 attended, used silent routines and music to demonstrate a bullying scenario. The class then became the director, to help change what happens in the end. Thank you to Theatre Unlimited for bringing your talented actresses to our School and for your creativity.
Christmas Pantomime Trip - Thursday 8 December
For our Panto trip this year we will be going to Theatre Royal in Windsor to see ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. Letters will be coming home next week.
Hope you all have an enjoyable weekend.
Merit Certificates: Ava Denton (Reception), Jessica Gill (Year 1), Aylin Paul (Year 2), Erin Moorby (Year 3), Lauren Kruger & Bluebell St John (Year 4), Kyra Lloyd (Year 5) and Samaira Jena (Year 6).
Bunny Awards: Natalija Weir (Year 1) for always being a kind and helpful friend in the playground, and Matilda Brewer Curran (Year 3) for always being kind, caring and thoughtful.
Mathlete of the Week: Eleanor Dries
Egg-cellent Reader of the Week: Casey Hunt
Winning House: St Ignatius