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Thank you for all the Foodbank donations from our Harvest Festival.
There are bags and bags and bags!
The Foodbank are very grateful. We will be helping lots of local families who are in need of extra food.
Year 6 eco and school council pupils helped load up Mrs Sequeira’s car with all the bags. They just about fitted.
The foodbank workers had a big job sorting it all out ready for distribution.
Early Help Family Drop-in Poster Oct 2023
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Music Club met for the first time last week and our very first piece was
Somewhere Over the rainbow played on chimes.
It sounded beautiful.
We also played We Don’t Talk About Bruno on Boomwhackers.
We are looking forward to making all sorts of music on all sorts of instruments.
Year 4 are writing rhythms in Music lessons using standard notation
They have read rhythms and played them on all sorts of sound makers including chairs!
They are getting very confident at playing rhythms with increasing accuracy. 🎶
Early Help Family Drop-in Poster.pub for Harlescott community Hub – 22.9.23
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All Year 3 and 4 have performed concerts this half term. The final one was today when Clee class played their ocarinas wonderfully.
All 6 concerts have been really well supported. It is wonderful to see the children performing and growing in confidence.
Year 3 learnt skills on ocarinas
Year 4 learnt skills on ukuleles
Eco Warriors planted wild flower seeds in May.
They are looking very green and healthy.
There are already some flowers
The bees and butterflies will be happy!
Ercall class performed a wondeful ukulele concert.
Here they are singing and playing the Bumble Bee song.
Year 5 Eco children have been preparing a patch of ground by the carpark for planting.
We will be planting seeds that will grow into flowers that will attract bees and butterflies.
Here we are at work..
We have been singing some songs to mark the coronation.
Here is Years 3 and 4 singing The Coronation Song, and Year 5 and 6 singing Sing for the King
Year 6 are learning about Blues music.
They have been learning the structure of the ukulele chords in 12 bar blues and are writing their own blues lyrics.
Quite a few children chose to sing the SATs blues!
“Oh, it’s nearly May and we have got to do SATs
oh, it’s nearly May and we have got to do SATs
We wish we could just sit with our friends for chats”
OFSTED letter to parents 2023 – 24.4.23
Ofsted Report – Feb 2023
Year 3 are working on ocarina skills.
We have leant how to hold them correctly, breath gently to make a smooth sound and cover the holes to change the pitch. Today we played Alice the Camel. It only uses 3 notes.
On last term’s Green Day, everyone was able to write a pledge to help us live a greener life.
Here are some of our pledges on the leaves of our green tree.
PTFA Spring Round Up Newsletter
CEO Announcement – Empower Trust
Stiperstones spotted a visitor today… the Easter Bunny!
The illusive white rabbit was leaving clues for our Easter egg hunt today! We carefully approached her and asked for a picture. Rabbits can be shy… but this one was very friendly!
Congratulations to Leo and Frank in Stiperstones class who achieved a platinum award for their amazing progress in their guitar skills!
Choir put on a wonderful performance of The Piper on Monday.
They sang brilliantly – altogether, in groups and some solos.
They told the tale of how the Piper got rid of the rats from Hamelin, but because the mayor wouldn’t pay, the Piper then took away the children too.
Remember the moral – Always keep your promise!
The mayor, councillors and the piper
As part of Eco Team’s Green Day, we enjoyed an eco themed Singing Assembly
We created our own song to the tune of Frere Jacque
And we sang a new version of Green Green Grass, written by members of the Eco Team
Children were very excited to learn that, as well as enjoying books and authors, they are now going to become published authors themselves!
Children who entered the “Young Writers” poetry competition in Stiperstones class have received a certificate and letter recognising their fantastic efforts. Their poems (which are all about saving the environment) will be published in an anthology soon.
Today, we led a parent workshop on our new mindfulness curriculum. Thank you to those who were able to attend for your full participation in the session and your shared enthusiasm for the implementation of this new curriculum.
Here is a link to the slides with voice annotations for those who would like to revisit the session and for those I know wanted to attend but were unable to due to other commitments. You will need to sign into your child’s Seesaw account to view this link.
Please get in touch with Miss Worley, Mrs Hughes or Mrs Jones if you have any questions.
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St. George's Junior School
Woodfield Road, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY3 8LU
Headteacher: Mrs Kelly Lee
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