By Helen Wood on Oct 08, 2021 02:04 pm
By Helen Wood on Oct 08, 2021 10:02 am
We have some exciting events coming up, which we hope as families you can all join in on the fun as well as supporting St George’s in the process.
Dates for the diary:
Thursday 21st October – Pumpkin Carving Competition and a ‘DisGLOW’ for all the children at the school hall from 5 – 7pm.
This will be a chance for children to bring in their Halloween pumpkins to be judged, there will be a prize for the best pumpkin for each class. Glow sticks will be available to purchase and there will be UV face painting available. A poster will be circulated shortly with all the relative details.
Saturday 27th November – School Christmas Fayre. This year we will be holding it at Clun Memorial Hall. There will be a Santa’s grotto, food and drink and Christmas stalls to do some local Christmas shopping. Raffle, and much more. If anyone is interested in having a stall please speak to either Katie Jones, Donna Tudor, Louise Price or Louise Thomson.
Tuesday 7th December– Wreath Making. 7-9pm
Includes mulled wine, tea and coffee. Cake and biscuits. Wreath to take home after.
Please bring along any materials you are able to provide for your Wreath, greenery etc. £25 a ticket. Limited spaces.
Thursday 16th December – Christmas film night 3.30 – 5.30pm. Drink and popcorn will be provided.
As always thank you for your support and kind generosity.
By Mrs Manning on Oct 07, 2021 05:39 pm
We hope you have now received your invite from the School Council to our Harvest Festival on Wednesday 13th October 2.30pm at St. George’s Church.
Our chosen charity is our local food bank at Bishop’s Castle. We are collecting non-perishable items such as tins, bottles, packets and toiletries. Whatever you can donate will help somebody in short-term crisis. Children can place donations in the harvest box (in the school hall).
If you are experiencing difficulties in providing food for your family at the moment, please come and speak to us. We will put you in touch with people that will support you.
By Mrs Lampitt on Oct 07, 2021 04:12 pm
This week in maths, the children have been exploring patterns within different numbers. In our toolbox sessions we have been using the rhyme, don’t count, don’t point, just use fast eyes to subitise dot patterns. The Reception children explored creating different patterns of 3 or 4 using the dominoes, play dough, multilink, paint, counters and numicon, explaining what they could see. The Year One children explored patterns within 5. They created a number bond museum using different representations, including the part whole model, Hungarian dice, ten frame and First, Then, Now. They were then challenged to explain their models, using the vocabulary add and equals.
By Helen Wood on Oct 07, 2021 02:40 pm
By St Georges School on Oct 07, 2021 01:56 pm