Crossroads’ newsletter 27th April 2017

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Posted by Sarah | Posted in General News | Posted on 27-04-2017

Wow what a busy few weeks in Crossroads, at the end of last term we had our school production of “Little shop of horrors” – what a fantastic show it was. Super proud of all the children and all the hard work they put in to make the show the amazing finished production that it was. Then it was the holidays – we hope you all had a brilliant time, the children loved telling us all about the things they had done at home with you. Since coming back we have had a busy week in class getting ready for our St.George’s Day Parade that took place in Lytham last weekend. Lots of hard work from staff and parents meant that our float looked amazing and we won !!!!

Back to normal this week but still as busy as ever in Crossroads. In Literacy our story is ‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ all about the animals in Africa and the adventures that they get up to. In Art we are learning about ‘Van Gogh’ and the children have been busy making a huge wall display based on the painting ‘Starry Night’. In Geography this term we are learning about Scotland and this week the children loved making their Loch Ness Monsters – some very good plasticine monsters floating around Crossroads.

In R.E we are leaning the story of ‘The Good Samaritan’ the children have loved acting out the story and have been really good at talking about how all of the characters are feeling throughout the story. In Science we are learning all about plants and growing and the children chose some seeds to plant and we are going to watch them grow.

Have a fantastic weekend – we look forward to hearing all about it

Chris, Vicky, Joan, Michelle, Sarah, Abbie, Karen and Matt

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Thank you so much, Charlie has had an amazing few weeks. The Little Shop of Horrors production was absolutely amazing, we loved every minute and were astounded at how brilliant all the children (and staff!) were. Thank you so much for giving them so many amazing opportunities. xx

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