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Last night saw the final performance of this years Key Stage 2 production – Frozen.
The performance was amazing and enjoyed by everyone. Well Done to all the children!
Click to view the photos from the production – Frozen 2016
On Friday evening all the Key Stage One children came back to school at 4.30pm to take part in the Infants Activity Evening. First the children enjoyed hot dogs and ice creams, followed by a performance of Circus Skills by Dangerous Derek. Finally the children took it in turns to move around the circus activities, kick rounder’s and face painting.
Today teams of children from Classes 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in the Toot Hill Family Primary Sports Day. The children took part in sprint, long distance and relay races, as well as shot putt, javelin and long jump. All the children did extremely well, with 3 children from Class 2 being selected to represent the Toot Hill Team in the Rushcliffe Final.
There was great excitement on the KS1 playground this morning. All the children were having a wonderful time playing on the new play equipment.
Also new on the playground is a raised garden for the children in Classes 1 and Reception to grow vegetables and flowers. Thanks to a donation of £25 from Morrisons the children were able to buy seeds, plants and compost to get the garden started.
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday, the children, dressed in red, white and blue, had a wonderful time playing bygone games out on the field (just beating the rain). Then the thunder and lightning came and so the street party was held in the hall where the children enjoyed cakes, biscuits and juice after singing Happy Birthday to Queen Elizabeth with 90 claps.
“Happy Birthday Your Royal Highness!”
This morning the school were very lucky to receive a visit from the Chairman of the Parish Council, Alan Wilson and Councillor’s Colin Bryant and Jan Towndrow. The Councillor’s presented all the children in the school with a gold coin to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday, which the Parish Council had very kindly bought for all the children.
As part of Class 1’s topic the class sent the Queen a Birthday Card and letters and they were very delighted to receive a letter back from the queen which is now on display in the reception area.