Trips and Visitors

Whole School Trip to see Dear Santa at the Redgrove Theatre

The school organised a whole school theatre trip for the first time this Christmas.

It was a wonderful experience for the children and they thoroughly enjoyed it. It provided a sense of Awe and Wonder as the theatre looked magical when we arrived.  It also helped to develop the children’s confidence and independence in an unfamiliar setting.

The whole school enjoyed joining in with the show by helping Santa and the Elf to choose a gift for Sophie.  They also loved singing.  The whole event was made even more special because Santa came and spoke to the children at the end of the show.

The children were a credit to the school demonstrating their proud walking and respectful behaviour throughout the morning. 

Here are some of the children’s thoughts before the trip…..

Year two were, happy, excited and joyful because they hadn’t done this before but also a bit nervous.

Year one thought, that it was going to be big, dark, scary, loud but quite exciting.

Foundation Stage thought, that it was going to be dark but there would be nice lights.

And after the trip…….

Year two thought, it was the best school trip ever.  They thought it was nice that Sarah asked for no presents and they liked singing Jingle Bells with the funny Elf.

Year one thought it was amazing.  They commented, ‘I really laughed when we blew the Elf over’ and ‘I liked with when Santa and the reindeer were flying in the air’

Foundation Stage thought, it was lovely and they enjoyed having ice-cream as their snack.

On Tuesday 6th November Year One enjoyed bonfire making and toasting marshmallows as part of our WOW! to introduce our new topic “Lets Celebrate!” and our key text Stick Man! Everyone enjoyed collecting the firewood and whittling the sticks ready to put their marshmallows on to toast!

At the beginning of term, Year 1 launched the topic of “Where am I? ” by having a walk around  the locality of Bromley Heath. The children enjoyed spotting features of physical and human geography and also their own homes and familiar places!

Back in time to 1960

Today we had a very exciting assembly because Mrs Athay Hunt took us back in time to 1960. We also met Mrs Evans, the first Headteacher of our school who told us all about what school was like almost 60 years ago. Lots of things have changed!

After the assembly we all went for a very long walk around our local area trying to spot features which might give us clues about what Bromley Heath was like long before we were born”

Explorers Trip to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm

We had a lovely time at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm. We met some Giraffes and Zebras and had to hang on tight during our bumpy tractor ride!

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