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Special Events 2023 - 2024

Easter 2024

To mark the Christian Celebration of Easter, lots of children brought in their hand crafted Easter creations these were either am Easter bonnet or hat, an Easter Garden or a decorated hard boiled egg. We welcome our families into school on Thursday 21st March a for the Easter Parade.

We drew the Easter Raffle after our parade.

On Monday 18th March some of our children visited Acorn Lodge care home for Easter Crafts with some of their residents.

On Wednesday 20th March, Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 had an Easter Egg Hunt raising over £250!  Year 1 found 121eggs, reception found 133, year 2 found 137. Year 2 received extra playtime for their efforts.

Friday 22nd to end the Spring Term iSingPOP visited for a day of celebrating Lent with lots of singing. 

Take a look at our Easter Celebration photographs below.

The Easter Story displays were created by key stage 1 and key stage 2 classes

to represent each part of Holy Week.

Parents were invited to come and view them and read about the six parts of this special event that is very important to Christians. 

Ramadan 2024

To mark the Islamic festival of Ramadan in school, we had a visit from one of our parents who is a member of the local Islamic community. Our visitor came in and shared information about Ramadan with a group of children from across the whole school. The children and adults learnt about the traditions of this special time of year for Muslims. This was a fantastic experience and a wonderful opportunity to exchange cultural knowledge and develop children's understanding of a world faith. Respect for, and tolerance towards other people and their views are two of the fundamental British values that we teach children in school. It was heartwarming to see our children demonstrate these values as they worked together in the group. 


Have a look at the photos below and click on the video

to watch and listen to the Ramadan song.

World Book Day 7th March 2024


From The World Book Day Website:

World Book Day was created by UNESCO on 23rd April 1995 as a worldwide celebration of books and reading. World Book Day is marked in over 100 countries around the globe. The first World Book Day in the UK and Ireland took place in 1997 to encourage young people to discover the pleasure of reading. As World Book Day founder, Baroness Gail Rebuck, recalls “We wanted to do something to reposition reading and our message is the same today as it was then – that reading is fun, relevant, accessible, exciting, and has the power to transform lives.” 

To celebrate World Book Day, children in Year 5 and Year 6 make props to tell stories to our nursery and reception children. Children and staff from Nursery through to year 4 dressed up as characters from some of our favourite nursery rhymes and fairy tales. have a look at the photographs.

Christmas 2023 

We have been getting into the festive spirit.

Some of our children have made stars to create a hanging display for All Saints Church, Chilvers Coton. They will be on display for the Christmas Season.

On Wednesday 6th December our nursery and reception children visited All Saints Church to share the Christmas Nativity Story. The children had a lovely morning.

On Tuesday 12th December our Year 2 children visited Coventry Cathedral to participate in their Christingle Service. 


Year 5 visited some of the residents at The Lodge at Caldwell Grange on Tuesday 12th to sing to them. 

Year 6 visited residents at Acorn Lodge on Monday 18th December to sing some festive songs. Pupils, staff and residents had a lovely morning.

On Wednesday and Thursday of the last week of term we invited our families in for Christmas Lunch with their children. Almost 400 meals were cooked. 

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