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St Saviour's Church Schools

Weekly roundup Infants

 Dear Parents and Carers,


Weekly roundup – Infants


We’ve had a great last week of term!


On Tuesday the Year 1 and 2 recreated the Great Fire of London offering their Tudor houses that they designed and made in DT to be set alight. The houses looked great; we took individual photos of the houses that got stuck onto the children’s DT evaluation sheets. 

Agnes said, ‘I was really happy with my door, the painting was easy but making the roof was difficult. Next time I would make it a bit longer.’

The flames took hold quite quickly and we were surprised as there wasn’t any wind like there had been in 1666. The children sang London’s Burning. We had a big discussion about fire safety and how our houses today are built out of brick.

Japan class and Morocco class led a brilliant assembly sharing their learning from this term. They performed a poem, sang a song with signing, shared diary extracts and created a filmed news report using Green screen technology. It was a brilliant way to end the term. For photos of the fire burning click here.


World book day

We will be celebrating this in school on Friday 3rd March, and as part of this, would like to invite children to dress up as their favourite book character if they would like to.


In other news this week

France class Polar expedition


Job vacancies

We currently have vacancies for job roles across the St Saviour’s sites. If you are interested in finding out more about these roles (including SEN TA and multi-site manager), please click here


Also this week:


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We hope you have a lovely and restful half term break, and we look forward to welcoming you back on Monday 20th February.


Best wishes,