Once again our yearly museum day was a resounding success with more parents visiting than ever before. Year 1 children showcased their thematic work from their topic of “Toys” and parents were invited to join them to make ball games, peg dolls and rocking horses. We also had a games room that celebrated the skills learnt through playing board games, completing jigsaws and competing against each other. Our year 2 children have been learning about the lives of the Tudors. Parents were amazed at the fabulous, Tudor style portraits on display and were invited to have a go at writing with feathers and to create a Tudor rose using pointillism techniques. Our reception parents were delighted to join their children in making monsters, enjoying looking at their creative skills and writing. Parents left praising comments in the visitors handbooks that were left in each class:
“I am so happy with my son’s work and the support the teachers have given him. I look forward to next time.”
“It was so nice to see the work my daughter has completed. How excited all the children were to show what they have learnt. A very interesting time in the museum. Thank you for all your hard work and effort.”
“I visited the museum day and did some activities with my son. I got to see the different projects they have done. Well done. I enjoyed it..
Thank you to all of you that managed to join us today. If you would like to read more of the comments that were left the books are available from the school office.