As part of the ‘My Story, My History’ theme, Key Stage One looked into the future on Wednesday and thought ‘What job could I do when I’m older?’ The children came in dressed up as a range of professionals. As you can see from the photos they looked fabulous!
Well done children in nursery and reception class. The nativity sharing assembly on Wednesday afternoon was superb. We sang Away in a Manager, Silent Night and Walking in a Winter Wonderland and we all felt very Christmassy!
This week in our circle groups we discussed how we felt about collective worship in school and how we felt it could be improved. We enjoy collective worship because it is a time when we come together to share opinions with children from other classes. We also enjoy the stories that ar
We are delighted and very proud to announce that St Thomas’ has been awarded outstanding following our recent Ofsted inspection. The full report from Ofsted will be sent home within the next 3 working days. We’d like to thank children, parents and carers for their support during the
Every child at St Thomas’ created their own poppy to ‘plant’ in our school garden. At 11am on Tuesday we all stood in the playground to observe two minutes of silence and remember those who have given up their lives to make our country a safe place. Some of the chi
This week we discussed how we felt about the circle time assemblies and what we would like to discuss in the next term. We are all feeling very happy with the circles so far and are enjoying them very much. We decided that two areas we would like to explore further next term are: R
In our circle groups last week we discussed how we could be more independent at home and in school. We decided that we would: – pack our own bags before bed so that we have everything we need ready for the next day at school. – make sure that we have trie