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Wow! What a fun-filled week Nunsmere have had!


This week, Nunsmere enjoyed a Stone Age themed workshop for which they took part in lots of Stone Age related activities - everybody looked fantastic in their outfits! They explored how the rocks for Stonehenge were moved 180 miles without any machinery and learnt what has allowed Stonehenge to stay up after thousands of years. They also looked at the mixture people used to soften leather (there were lots of disgusted faces pulled during this one!) and created a class handprint piece of cave art!


This week in DT we have been making Christmas cards with linkages, along with Christmas cards to send to a local care home. The children also enjoyed a lovely collective worship with Reverend Angela over Zoom. Reverend Angela spoke to the children about the Christingle and what each element of it represents. The children then made their own Christingle. We also had a Zoom meeting with Mr Hunt who taught the children how to sing Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer in Italian! Mr Hunt and I were both blown away by how quickly they learnt the song and how amazingly they sang it!



Today has been Christmas Dinner Day - our favourite day of the year! The children enjoyed a lovely festive feast and sang lots of Christmas songs whilst they had their lunch! 



Have a happy and restful weekend,

Miss Bate and Mrs Campbell









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