Today the children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 took park in a sports morning held at West Herts Sports Ground.
We all had a fantastic time taking part in the different activities. The children demonstrated great team skills and encouraged each others throughout the morning.
Well done EVERYONE!
The nursery have been looking after some duck eggs, which have now all hatched. The whole school has been enjoyed watching the ducklings grow and change.
This week the children enjoyed watching the ducklings take their first swim.
Christmas Songs at St Michael’s Church
Father Geoff talked about kindness and celebration to the children when Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes visited St Michael’s Church this week.
This was our third visit to St Michaels this term. The choir performed beautifully at the Craft Fair earlier this term. The children also attended a Harvest Celebration in the Autumn.
Beat the Street
The children all have their Beat the street Key rings to tap at the stations to earn points. So look out for the stations with the Beat the street logo on.
Beat the Street Hertfordshire is designed to encourage and inspire communities to walk to school, to work and to the shops rather than by car. It will run from 3rd June until 15 July 2015 and anyone living or working or at school in Stevenage, Broxbourne, Hemel Hempstead or Watford will be eligible to take part.
You can find out more and see how our school is doing on the website by clicking the following link Beat the street.
Good luck to everyone and have a good time walking.
Chater has talent
On Wednesday 22nd April some of the children at Chater treated an audience to wonderful display of talent at the Multi Cultural centre on Durban Road West. We were treated to stand-up comedy, singing, dancing, and musicians. The children worked hard to practice their performances and performed with pride. Well done to all the children that performed and thank you to everyone who helped and came to show support.
Year 2 trip to Verulamium
This week the year 2 have been learning about the Romans. The children enjoyed a Roman day on Tuesday where they came to school dressed as Romans and learned and experienced different aspects of Roman life. Roman Food, the Army, homes, schools and cleaning and washing.
Today (Wednesday 18th March) the children went to St Albans to visit the Verulamium museum. The children had a fantastic time and feel like Roman experts.
We will have Science Day on Thursday, Please send you child in to school wearing a white shirt
It has been a very exciting week. It started with the arrival of 6 duck eggs in an incubator in the nursery. The egg began to hatched out on Wednesday producing 4 beautiful ducklings and another hatched on Thursday.
All the children have been very excited at these new fluffy arrivals. All the children in school will have had an opportunity to see the ducklings before the end of the week.
World Book Day
World book day was very successful seeing both staff and children all dressed up as Book characters.
The children enjoyed listening to stories and taking part in many book activities.
Award winning author Trish Cooke visits
Book week has started well with an exciting visit from award winning author Trish Cooke. She spent time in every class reading them some of her own stories such as So Much, Look back, How Anansi got his stories and other stories. She also spent time answering questions from the children.