On Wednesday, 30 members of the Key Stage 2 choir went to the O2 for the Young Voices concert. We had a fantastic time, meeting the conductor David and the choreographer Andy! The children spent the afternoon rehearsing followed by the concert in the evening. We sang lots of songs including a tribute to Nelson Mandela.
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We have been busy raising money towards our upcoming Charlie and the Chocolate Factory theatre trip.
On a freezing Friday morning, we walked 5 miles around Beddington Park.
Looking forward to collecting in sponsor money this week and adding up the total!
Year 4 visited an activity centre in High Ashurst today and took part in team games, building a camp fire, constructing a shelter and getting very, very muddy. A great day as you can see from the pictures.
Happy Christmas to all of the Culvers House community. Comment on this post with a recount of what you have been up to over the Christmas and New Year break.
Friday 5th December
30 members of the Key Stage 2 choir sang at the St Nicholas Centre for St Raphael’s Hospice. All the children sang beautifully and lots of parents came down to support us!
Thank you to everyone who came and particularly Mr Metcalfe for playing the keyboard so professionally and Mrs Lynch our wonderful conductor!!
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During the week before the October half-term break, 43 children from Years 5 and 6 went to PGL, Marchant’s Hill. They had an amazing time! Look through the slideshow to see what they got up to…
Click on the Year 4 page to see pictures of the children enjoying their ‘Sparklers and Hot Chocolate’ night on Tuesday!
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It was a wild, dark and stormy night. Gracie woke up with a jolt. Something was stirring in her wardrobe. Was she dreaming, or could she see a light shining brightly through the narrow cracks in the door? She was so frightened that she shook like a leaf. Gracie slowly crept out of her warm bed, the floorboards creaked as she tiptoed her way towards her wardrobe. Suddenly …
On Tuesday Key Stage 2 made their annual visit to the David Weir Centre for their sports day, and as you can see from the photographs, they all had a fantastic time. Well done to all the children who took part and a special thank you to Mrs Wardlaw for once again organising a sports day we can all be proud of.