Co Curricular

Peregrines and Falcons Go Denim for Jeans for Genes

23rd September 20

The Reception children had a very special treat this week when Mrs Williams-Ryan read to the class. She read a lovely story called ‘What If We Were All The Same!’ that celebrates how we are all different and how our differences make us special!

Mrs Di Nucci, Reception Teacher

Reception Story Time


Last week, the school took part in Jeans for Genes Day to raise money for children affected by genetic disorders. The playground was a sea of denim as the girls enjoyed playing together at lunch in the sun!

Miss Dix

Jeans for Genes DayJeans for Genes Day at Falcons


The girls in Year 1 and 2 have been exploring the work of Joan Miró and the theme of ‘Dreams’. Over at 22, Years 3 and 4 have produced some creative Egyptian necklace designs and the Upper School worked on still life fruit drawings. I have been very impressed by the calibre of work so far! [See the gallery below]

Mr Ridyard, Art Teacher

 

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