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Monthly Archives: December 2018

We had a fantastic time when Travelling Kitchen came to visit, bringing lots of delicious recipes (which can be found on this blog) with them. We practised a whole range of cooking skills, and learnt plenty about the Mayans and the foods they used to cook and eat. One of our favourite parts was the hot drinking chocolate – perfect for wintry weather!
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We’d like to thank the ladies of St James the Less Church and all of the parent helpers for a wonderful Christingle Service. All of the children thoroughly enjoyed making their christingles and the service was beautiful.
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This week, Eagles class participated in the K’NEX Challenge 2018. An event run by STEM Works and sponsored by Renishaw, it aims to introduce children into the world of engineering through a problem solving challenge. There were so many creative, innovative and fantastic ideas that our visitor from STEM Works had a truly difficult time choosing! She was thoroughly impressed with the attitude and engagement of all the children. From this heat, Owen and Finley were invited to go and compete on behalf of the school at another challenge event in May. We wish them the best of luck!
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Falcons class went to Chipping Sodbury Baptist Church yesterday morning to sing some Christmas carols at the memory cafe. We also brought in our favourite toys to share with them. It was so lovely to see the children interact with everyone.
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We had a fantastic time with our friends at Hawkesbury watching the nativity, performed by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. We left feeling very festive!
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Frijoles Courgettes with a green pepper sauce Corn tortillas Chocolate drink Quinoa, sweet potato and black bean salad Avocado and tomato salsa
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Iron Acton played the first tag rugby match of the season against our partnership school, and arch rivals, Hawkesbury Upton. The children worked incredibly hard on a dark, cold December afternoon and came away with their heads held high, losing by just a few tries. The try of the match came from Theo, as he finished off a fine Iron Acton spell of possession at the start of the second half. Well done to all the children involved and thank you to the parents who came along to show your support. We look forward to more sports events after the Christmas break.
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On Tuesday Kestrels became detectives. People were missing from their homes! By the end of the visit the children had solved the mystery. People had travelled to Bethlehem, where Mary had had a baby boy who was named Jesus.
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