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Whats been happening around School 2019-20

Mrs Allcock organised a 'Performing Arts Concert' after school. It was a truly magnificent celebration of our talented children.

Families enjoyed a lantern making workshop in preparation for the Saturday night Christmas lantern parade in Fleetwood.

We were approached by the owners of a local shop who asked us if we could make a remembrance poppy to display in their window. Joanne the owner of the shop kindly donated some PSHE resources to school, so to say a big thank you, we obviously obliged. We were greeted with some veterans who thanked us for our contribution.

Science Day 2019

Easter Egg making day Winners 2019

Fleetwood Homecoming Parade

Here are our 2019 Gazette Seasiders Art Competition winners! Well done children!

Class R and Year 1 children and their families had a wonderful time playing phonics games at our 'Fun with Phonics' sessions. The children were so proud to show their families how super they are at reading!

Shakespeare had a special visit during Elf Week. Hospuss and Chloe from Brian House came to say a huge thank you to all of the children for raising lots of money and his Christmas wish was fulfilled because he was taught how to floss!

Our Shakey Star children had a lovely time at their Christmas Party.

We dressed up to raise money for Children In Need. Thumbs up for Pudsey!

As a whole school on Friday the 9th of November at eleven o'clock, we remembered all those who have served our country past and present. We held a service and two minute silence. On Sunday, some of our children represented Shakespeare by presenting a poppy wreath at the cenotaph and attending the remembrance day service. Lest We Forget.

Class R's Poppy Party... A lovely afternoon of remembrance with our wonderful grandparents.

We've had a visit from a very special production team....

Key Stage One have been practising mindfulness techniques in assembly...