The Christmas Senior Citizens Party was a wonderful event enjoyed by all. Our Year 5 & 6 drama club produced a varied programme of humorous sketches, singing and dance, which entertained our guests. Children from year 6 relished the experience of serving and entertaining the Local Senior Citizens, while they ate an array of finger food to the sound of children singing Christmas songs. We would like to thank Bob Williams and Anita for their wonderful work with the children in drama club. Thank you to Year 6 parents for their generosity in supplying presents and food for our guests. See a photo gallery.
Anti-bullying week involved the children in learning about: 'What makes a good friend for all?' Some children in KS1 looked at the story of 'Humpty Dumpty', and how he could be helped after his fall from the wall. In KS2 the children looked at all the different types of bullying. How we prevent them, and who we seek help from? The children presented their ideas in a variety of imaginative ways. The Anti-bully Ambassadors visited and helped each class working with the children. All the classes presented their impressive work confidently to the whole school in assembly. See more photos
Many parents and carers were recently welcomed for an evening of maths at school, at which teachers were able to demonstrate the ways in which we teach maths. Thank you to all who came along! The handouts from the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 evenings are now available. They clearly show the progression in written methods accross the Key stages in all four operations.
St. Michael’s Film Club has yet again produced some national film review winners. Last month we told you in our school newsletter about Georgia, Maya, Rozalia, and Aurora all being chosen as national winners. 10 children nationally are chosen every week to win DVDs, badges, pens, and a special certificate.
Well St. Michael’s has done it again. Since the last report Felix, Adam, Delina and Aurora once again have all come out as winners for November. An incredible achievement! Well done to all these pupils. We are very proud of you. All of winners can be seen pictured with some of their prizes. If you would like to join Film Club please contact the school office.
The Harvest Festival was enjoyed by all, and presided over by Revd. James P Yeates. A number of Year 6 children led the celebration with music, plays and prayers. Thank you all for your generous contributions.The representative from Haringey Food-bank who collected the food was astounded by your generosity and extremely grateful. Thank you to the group of parents who kindly gave up their time to pack up all the food.