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HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone behalf of everyone at Regis Manor!
We had our Art Day not very long ago and, even though it was very messy, it was lots of fun. It is great to mix with children from other classes and try your hand at something different. It doesn’t matter if art is a strength of yours or not – everyone can have a go.
We had a non-school uniform day on Friday 18th of January to support the Friends of Regis Manor. They do a lot to support the school with everything from supplementing school trips to the upkeep of the school minibus.
In the school right now is a Mathletics competition. We work to get the highest points in our class and the school. We think right now the highest point score in our class is 3533 points!
If you know a password and username for Mathletics here’s the link to take part for yourself (http://uk.mathletics.com/). If you do not have your username or password please speak to your class teacher.
Head Boy and Head Girl
Welcome back to the Head boy and head girl blog – I hope you found the last one useful.
Over the last few weeks, everyone at Regis Manor has been extremely busy with a variety of Christmas events.
On Friday 30th November, each class hung up their Christmas hoops in the hall. This year they had a Christmas film theme. They look amazing and you can see how much effort has gone into creating them.
Last week a theatre company came to our school to do their pantomime production of Peter Pan. It was hilarious and all the children loved watching it.
Also last week, our Christmas tree arrived. Every child in the school made their own decoration and placed in on the tree in a special assembly where we dressed the tree and sang Christmas songs.
With all of these Christmas events happening, we’re all feeling very festive at Regis Manor Primary School!
Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Head Boy and Head Girl
Hello! We are Freddie and Courtenay, the Head Boy and Head Girl at Regis Manor. We are so proud to be part of our fabulous school community. Welcome to our first official blog!
This term has been really busy so far and we have got lots of fun things to tell you about.
During the second week, the whole school was learning about Armistice Day to commemorate 100 years since the cease fire at the end of World War I. Everyone across the whole school read a book called Where the Poppies Now Grow, which inspired us, in Year 6, to create prayers and poems. By the end of the week, every child in school had contributed to an exhibition which was held in 3D and which many parents came to visit. In KS2, we all visited the church to look at the war memorial and see some of the graves there. We saw lots of poppies and also the names of many local people who died during the war. On the Friday, we had 2 minutes silence and everyone showed their respect.
Last week, on Friday, most people dressed up in pyjamas and onesies to raise money for the charity Children in Need. It was really comfortable, but we managed to stay awake all day! And we were really proud to have raised £362! Wow – and thank you to everyone who supported this cause.
Now we are beginning to prepare for the festive celebrations and in choir practice this morning, we sang our very first Christmas songs of the year! So it seems like the rest of this term is going to be full of excitement; we will update you soon!