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Today in assembly we had a Chinese New Year performance by the Reception children. It started with ribbon dancing and a dancing dragon. Then we found out about the race in the river with 12 animals. The rat won but the years were named after each of the animals. They showed us lanterns and dragons and told us about red being a lucky colour and getting money in red envelopes. We thought the assembly was amazing and like a celebration.
Report by Layla O, Holly, Ethan, Elliot, Year 2
"I liked the dragon the best"
"It was exciting"
"I liked the music, it was happy"
"It was brilliant"
"The dancers were good twirling the ribbons"
"My brother was brilliant at singing"
Quotes by Year 1
"Working together, valuing and nurturing children"
Mrs Janet Drury, Headteacher
Welcome!! Shaw Cross Infant and Nursery is a friendly and caring school. Our staff and governors take pleasure and pride in helping children to develop into confident and happy learners. We take our responsibility very seriously as we want to give children the best possible start to their education and equip them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to succeed in their future lives. We firmly believe that education is a partnership between home and school. We place a strong emphasis on developing the personal well being of each child as we feel that this provides the foundation for successful learning. We have developed strong links with other agencies and community groups, including our colleagues at the Chickenley, Earlsheaton and Shaw Cross Children's Centre to support us in our work. We liaise closely with local schools as we believe by working together we can make a positive impact on the lives of the children, young people and their families within our community.
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Y1 and Y2 children have been learning about WW1 and took part in workshops to learn about life at that time. Our Travelling Teddy visited the Tower of London Sea of Red Exhibition
The RSPB want your help!
Over the weekend of January 24th and 25th the RSBP are holding their annual garden bird watch. They would like families across the UK to spend 1 hour observing birds that visit their garden and take part in a bird count of the species and numbers they see.
If you would like to take part in this event please follow the link below.
To go direct to the RSPB webiste please click here https://www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch/