The show will go on! Even the snow would not stop Badgers and Hedgehogs putting on their Nativity. We are so proud of all the children during the performance. They confidently said their lines and sang the songs and entertained the audience. Thank you for your support in providing costumes and helping the children to learn their lines.
The children enjoyed playing in the snow and attempted to build a snowman. Later in the week the children enjoyed looking closely at the changes in the snow and trying to find ways to melt the snow quickly.
On Tuesday the children attended the Watford Palace Pantomime’s performance of Aladdin. They behaved brilliantly and thoroughly enjoyed the show. On their return to school we had a picnic lunch waiting for us.
On Wednesday, the children had their Christmas lunch. The dining hall was transformed into a banquet hall and the food was served to the children. Mrs Cooper informed there had been some suspicious footprints spotted on the roof. Who could have left them? Mr Nicholson was searching for the owner of the suspicious markings. The children thought it could be Father Christmas but surely it couldn’t!? Later that afternoon Father Christmas surprised the children with his list of good children and it was good to hear all the children in Badgers Class were on his good list. Father Christmas gave the children an early Christmas present which the children were very excited about.
So the first term is coming to an end! The children have worked so hard this term and have grown so much in confidence. We wish all the children and their family a restful holiday and a Merry Christmas. School breaks up on Tuesday 19th December at 2:15 and we will see you again on Wednesday 3rd January 2018!
Miss Leach and Mrs Forty
Star of the Day
Wednesday: Nicholas and Kizzy
Thursday: Ava Rose
Friday: Masen and Matilda