International Week

International Week

We had a truly wonderful International Week celebrating the Best of British. The whole school learnt how to sing and sign using British Sign Language, Charlie Walker, Paralympic sitting volleyball athlete joined us for a day and we marvelled at his talent and skill and learnt how to play sitting volleyball and Emma Smith from St Luke’s church joined us to lead a Harvest Festival. Thank you for all the generous donations to the Food Bank and well done to Year 3 for their amazing bread making! It was great to see parents reading with their children in the library at the end of Wednesday afternoon. The storytellers visited Reception and KS1 on Thursday afternoon just before the International Food Event and Cake raffle (made possible by your generosity). We raised £600 for ShelterBox, our charity for the year, from the raffle and food sales. There was also a staff bake off – congratulations to Mrs Howell who was chosen as the winner by School Council for her Victoria Sponge cakes. The week ended with a costume parade on Friday morning for Reception, KS1 and some KS2 children. There was an incredible array of fabulous costumes and representations from all over the globe! 100 children from KS2 went to see the Queen open a new wing at the Science Museum. At the end of the day on Friday KS2 came together to share their class learning from the week. What a great way to end a very successful first half term of the year! We have included a few pictures of the week in this newsletter to give you a taste of what an exciting week it was at Marlborough.

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