Year 6 Residential
Last month Year 6 went on their residential trip to Boreatton Park.
They had an absolutely fantastic time, taking part in a huge variety of outdoor activities to help build resilience, team work and self-belief. Activities included canoeing, raft building and climbing activities. On returning from the trip the children presented their highlights from the trip in an assembly for their parents. The trip will have created many memories that will last a lifetime for the children.
Remembrance is an important occasion for many people.
At The Hall we try to ensure that all children understand the importance of it. All children in Year 2 complete a topic on Remembrance to ensure they understand how and why it is marked. The topic was introduced with a visit to St Peter’s church in Glenfield. The children had the opportunity to explore the war memorial and spoke to Reverend Richard about some of the soldiers who were buried in other parts of the church grounds. Back in school Year 2 helped us mark the occasion by leading an assembly. The whole school observed the act of remembrance on the 11th November.
Year 4 Comedy Workshop
In November our Y4 children took part in a comedy workshop, led by local comedian Rob Gee, as part of the UK Kids Comedy Festival.
It was great to see the children’s levels of enthusiasm and their team work. It certainly created a lot of laughter. Hopefully we will see some of them on stage at the next level of this competition