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Reading Ambassadors and children who have tried really hard with their reading had a special tea party in the library on World Book Day

M & M Productions visited us in February.  They performed a magnificent version of The Railway Children which we all really enjoyed.

Road and Rail Safety

Inspector Mike Boyce visited our school and taught us about road and rail safety.

We all won a prize in our special lunch

We all won a prize in our special lunch  1

Flitwick Carnival 2018

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We entered a Harry Potter themed float in the carnival and had an amazing time!

Kingsmoor Choir

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Kingsmoor Talent Show for Children in Need

Key Stage 1 Church Visit

Our Church Visit: Red Kites

 

Today we went to church. First we walked to St Peter and ST Paul parish church.  All of Red Kites went together, we went with Butterflies and Robins.  The church is in Flitwick.

 

Together we completed activities inside and outside of the church.  We found a very old door outside of the church by the gravestones.  It was over 800 years old!  We felt the outside of the church and the gravestones.  They felt rough and cold.

 

Inside of the church we sat on pews.  We completed a worksheet that asked us to find items around the church that included a stained glass window.  They had pictures on them.

 

We saw poppies in the church.  This was because yesterday was Remembrance Sunday.  We use poppies to celebrate the people who died when they were young.

 

We learnt about the font.  The Font is special because it is where children get christened.  A cross in oil is drawn on the baby's forehead.  The Vicar puts water over the baby's head and they light candles for the Godparents.

Wellbeing Day

Remembrance Day 2018

Please read the letter we received for Flitwick Town Council.

Remembrance Parade

Afternoon tea with Mrs Jenkins.

Key Stage 1 had great fun on No Pen Day. They enjoyed making patterns with bike art, phonic water painting and making mathematical patterns and sequences with nature items.

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