A small choir of Year 5 and 6 children have been working hard with Mrs Donoghue to learn some songs to perform alongside a live band and professional actors. They did us proud on Saturday 6th December at St Martin's Church in Basildon. The Mayoress and Stephen Metcalfe were also in attendance. Well done !
This is our year 5 project 'On The Line' created with Christopher Harrup.
Our Stars of the Week
These children were star of the week this week. They have worked exceptionally hard and contributed to a fun and happy learning environment. Well done children. We are proud of you. PITSEA PROUD
Sunday January 25th
We said goodbye to Sue and Chris Govus last week, they have been friends of the school for the last 11 years taking assemblies with a Christian theme. They have dedicated themselves to delivering messages of tolerance, empathy and acceptance over the years. We wish them peace and happiness in their retirement.
We have been trialling Karate with two classes and it seems to be a roaring success. We will continue to trial it until the end of the year with each class once a week over six weeks. We are using some of our PE premium money to fund this.
Two year 5 and 6 classes have also been benefited from their Money workshops over the last 3 weeks. They are due to visit the bank 'at work' this Friday. I think they even been promised a visit to the banks vaults!
The hard work and dedication of the school choir ,led very aptly by Mrs Donogue, will be paid off this week when they sing alongside 10 000 other children at the O2 this week. It will be an unforgettable experience for the children and the adults. Myself, Mrs Donooghue, Mrs Thomas and Mrs South will accompany the children.
Year 3 and 4 are learning how to play the recorder, 3/4 AF benefiting from being taught by the Recorder teacher from Essex Music Services. The other two 3 and 4 classes are taught the same lesson by Mrs Thomas. We are looking for a Guitar teacher -if anyone in our school community knows one-please come and see Mrs Dunne.
Have a fantastic week.
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