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Halam C of E Primary School

Life in all its Fullness


Welcome to Maple Class

Christmas Crafts Day

To start off the countdown until Christmas, the children have had a Christmas Crafts Day. They have loved coming to school in their Christmas jumpers and made some wonderful decorations and cards. We have also made a 'Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar'. The children have written an act of kindness and these are behind the doors with the date's number on. There are two acts of kindness for each day. Today children had to talk to a peer who they don't normally talk to and play with someone at breaktime who they don't normally play with. We have also had lots of Christmas songs on to get us into the Christmas spirit and put our class Christmas tree up. The children will be able to take home all of their wonderful decorations and cards on the last day of term.  

Members of the School Council and Eco Warriors

Remembrance Day 2020

On Remembrance Day, we listened to the story about why we wear a poppy and why people pay their respects on the 11th November. We read the poem 'In Flanders Fields' and wrote our own acrostic poem, using the word REMEMBER. Oak Class did an assembly about Remembrance Day on Teams, which we all watched in our classes. We laid our decorated stones by our memorial after we had our two minute silence.  


Lest we forget.

Welcome back! I hope you all had a wonderful half term. This term we are continuing to look at 'How did Britain change?', and we will be focussing on the Romans in Britain. We started the term off with a WOW day, to introduce the topic about the Romans, and the children loved finding out what advanced technology the Romans had. We created our own class Roman soldier (where each child had a part to make). They also enjoyed forming a testudo (also known as the tortoise) which was a shield wall formation that the legions used in battle.


Please read our newsletter attached below to find out what we will be covering this term.

Our Roman Legionary


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