Event - Christmas Week

12 to 16 December 2016

What a busy week we’ve had at St. Michael’s. There has been lots of singing, dancing, making and creating throughout the week.

Our Reception, Year 1 and 2 children performed 'Away in a Manger' and the choir performed beautifully at the Earl Mortimer College Pyramid carol concert.

Other festivities included the annual Christmas service, Christmas dinner and disco, decoration making and a visit from Father Christmas on the last day of term.

The Parents’ association worked very hard to put together a lovely Christmas Fayre and we would like to thank all the people involved.


The Christmas Service at St. Michael’s Church.
 
The KS1 Nativity play: Away in a Manger.

The tradition of singing 12 days of Christmas continued after Christmas Dinner.
 
We learnt lots of new dances at the Christmas Disco.

Father Christmas’ Elf showed us some magic!
 
The Year 6s ran their own stalls.

There was a chance to get a family photo at the Christmas Fayre.
 
Festive music was played to entertain the crowds at the Christmas Fayre.

Lots of greenery was needed to make our decorations.
 
The end results looked wonderful.

Class 1 and 2 sharing the Christmas Cards from the post box.
 
The Brass ensemble at the D.I.Y concert.

Some of the children prepared a quiz based on the Nativity story.
 
Class 2 performed a poem that they had written.

Class 1 entertained us with a song.
 
Father Christmas visited school on the last day and gave selection boxes to the children.