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The Book Fair will be at school from 22nd March - 28th March after school daily

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Silver Birch Class

Thoughts about World Book Day

 I enjoyed World Book Day because we got to dress up as monsters and do lots of monster activities. They were really fun. I liked trying to creep people out! My favourite part of the day was writing our stories and choosing a partner to act one of our stories out. World Book Day means to celebrate books and reading them. I would do this again. Jasmine  I enjoyed World Book Day because we were allowed to dress up as monsters and creep people out! I also liked the gazebo where we could read stories. My favourite part of the day was acting out the stories we wrote. I would do this again. Hannah   I think I enjoyed World Book Day because this year we had a theme which was monsters. I loved all the activities because they were all fun and exciting. I enjoyed dressing up because it made our school colourful. Roxanne    I’ve enjoyed World Book Day because I like going in the gazebo and reading stories and I liked making my story. Junior   I enjoyed World Book Day because I did fun activities like going to the monsters mouth and dressing up as monsters.  Zuzanna   I thought that World Book Day was amazing because we got to write our story, we got to do a book review. My favourite part was when we went to the gazebo and Miss Hooper read us three monster stories.  Amelia   I enjoyed World Book Day because we got to write our story.  James      I enjoyed the dress up, because with my friend I could play a really fun game. Going into the gazebo - also enjoyed all the activities - also reading the books. I also enjoyed the acting out. So I enjoyed everything.  Oliwia   The things I enjoyed in World Book Day was that we wrote our story and going to the library and reading. Also I liked the costumes.  Sandra       I’ve enjoyed making up a monster story because I like making up stories. When we were acting out our stories because I like stories coming to life. I liked the monster gazebo because we got to listen to monster stories which were quite funny.  James         I like World Book Day because it’s fun and it’s exciting because you can see other characters as well. You can see monster stories and other stories. People do good work and their costumes.  Toby       I enjoyed reading a book in the library, because it calmed me down (I love the monster gazebo).  Kayleigh       I have enjoyed World Book Day because we heard monster stories. I enjoyed dressing up. I enjoyed doing fun activities.  Devon             I have enjoyed World Book Day because we can be a character from a book, and today we could dress up as a monster. I enjoyed listening to the books that were read by the teachers. I enjoyed writing our own story.  David       I enjoyed World Book Day because I got to write a bedtime story and go into a gazebo.  Filip   I enjoyed dressing up, because with Oliwia, Kayleigh, Zuzanna and Amelia (with the costumes) we had monster pets! I loved reading “The Monster Bed” and the monster gazebo. I liked walking through its tongue! I would like to dress up as animals next time.  Willow       I enjoyed World Book Day because I got to write a bonkers bedtime story and go into a gazebo.  David    I enjoyed World Book Day because I did fun activities like going to the gazebo and reading books and writing rhyming bedtime stories and acting them out.  Oscar     I enjoyed that we can have different clothes on and writing my rhyming story.  Kamil

 

PTFA NEWS

Up-coming Events

What When Things you should know
DUCK RACE Sunday 14th May (tbc) At the Recreation Ground. Open to all, external stalls welcome, please contact the school.
SUMMER FETE Saturday 10th June, 12-2pm On the school lawn. Watch this space for further information.

 

All information correct at time of writing. Dates, times and events may be subject to change

 

Safeguarding Statement

The school takes safeguarding very seriously and continually focuses on the safety of the children both within and outside the school. If you have any questions regarding any safeguarding matter, please do not hesitate to come and see me. Alison Fishlock

Designated Safeguarding Leads – Miss Alison Fishlock, Headteacher and Mrs Danuta Girton, Assistant Headteacher.

Safeguading Governor- Mrs Katie Owen, Chair of Governors

For further information or to report concerns go to http://sscb.safeguardingsomerset.org.uk or call 0300 123 2224

 

What Happens if the School is Forced to Close?

With the threat of bad weather in the winter or we have a flood, gas leak or any other unforeseen crisis, we will do all we can to keep the school open. If we do have to shut a message will scroll along the top of the website, there will be a message on the phone and there will be a sign at the entrance to the school car park.

Latest School Calendar Events

Book Fair in School22Mar2017

Easter Reflection by Willow and Holly CLasss27Mar2017

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Celebratory Assembly31Mar2017

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

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Year 6 at Clifton Cathedral
Year 6 at Clifton Cathedral

 

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