Easter Bonnet Parade

Easter Bonnet Parade

On Thursday 28th March at 2.45pm we would like to invite our parents and carers into school to watch our Easter Bonnet parade. Easter Bonnets (hats) were traditionally worn on Easter Sunday to mark the end of Lent and to symbolise renewal and rebirth. Children are invited to make their own bonnet or hat at home to wear during the parade, children will also have the opportunity to make hats in school too.

Here are some ideas for Easter bonnets.

INSET Day 11/3/24 (school closed)

Reminder that school will be closed to children on Monday 11th March as staff have a training day. 

School will be open as normal on Tuesday 12th March. 

Thank you

Mindfulness in Schools Project

We have been teaching mindfulness, across all year groups in our school for five years. Brianna Ghey’s mum wants to raise money and awareness so children in all schools across the UK are taught how to regulate themselves, to recognise when they are feeling ‘wobbly’, what to do when feeling anxious or stressed and how to be ‘present’.
We are very proud to be associated with the ‘Peace in Mind’ campaign (in memory of the murdered teenager) and look forward to continuing our work with Mrs Beattie our Mindfulness Coach and Esther Ghey.
Thank you to all our Year 2 parents who gave permission for their children to be filmed, due to time constraints (by the media and PR company) they were only able to film one session.
BBC Breakfast were also filming and the section is due to be aired some time this week.

Click here to read the article published in The Mirror. 


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