So far the Spring Term has seen a hive of activity here in school. Year 5 and 6 had the most amazing time at Young Voices at the end of January; Marle Hall in Fenbruary was the perfect place for Year 6 to learn about the outdoor environment (and show us what a fantastic year group of resilient and courageous learners they are) and we have been busy preparing our stories for the latest Stories4Schools project. Our animal dressing-up day was truly spectacular and got us off to a great start on this year's story theme - watch this space for the finished book next term!
In January we also held a Sharing Day for other schools to attend during which we focused on sharing our approach to learning about our wonderful earth, especially through R.E. The teachers and children who came to the Sharing Day and experienced the art, music, drama and outdoor learning in (a very cold and frosty) Forest School gave us such positive feedback and really understood the power of learning through the arts.
Reverence Week in January gave us a chance to explore our thoughts and reflections on the text 'Quest' and to think more about spirituality and the message of Christian love and forgiveness. Added to this, we have held and attended cross country events, enjoyed class Celebration Assemblies and danced the night away at the KSA Valentine Disco. All this, and we still have more to cram in before Easter! We are really looking forward to all the learning and activities still to come, especially STEM Week, Red Nose Day and our Easter preparations. It will be as busy as ever, so let's hope the snow continues to stay away and we can all make the most of being together in the Knightlow family - bring on the adventures!