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Last Week's News 15th March 24

Red Nose Day:  Thank you for your support by enabling your children to dress in red on Friday 15th March for Red Nose Day. Your children took part in activities in class, which included decorating a biscuit. We managed to raise £227.17 in total. Thank you.


Year 4 Camping:         On Thursday 14th March, there were lots of excited Year 4 children because they had the opportunity to stay overnight at school in tents. Despite the rain, the children all had a wonderful time playing torch tig, hide and seek with the highlight of the evening being a camp fire where they enjoyed s’mores.


Year 3 Music Workshop:         On Wednesday 13th March, Year 3 took part in Coventry Music's Creature Cantata II - a singing festival for local Schools - at Coventry Central Hall. They have been working hard this term to learn ten songs which celebrate nature and the animal kingdom. In the afternoon, the children participated in a workshop, alongside children from other schools. In the evening, the children then sang to an audience, accompanied by a live band! The children had a fantastic day and sang beautifully. Thank you very much to the parents who were able to come and watch the performance. Mark Steele, who organised the event, complimented our children’s singing and behaviour.


Severn Trent Assembly: On Wednesday 13th March, the children learnt a lot from a Super Sewers assembly, led by Beth from Severn Trent Water. Beth talked to the children in an interactive way about what should and shouldn’t be put down the toilet or down the sink. They introduced a memorable phrase to the children: “don’t be a blocker, be a binner,” which will hopefully keep all of our toilets and drains, at home and school, clear from problems.  


Year 5 Visit to Grace Academy: On Tuesday 12th March, Year 5 were fortunate enough to visit Grace Academy to watch their students in a performance of Matilda. It was lovely to see some of our previous students on stage performing in such a confident manner. The Year 5 children thoroughly enjoyed the show and are looking forward to the next one.


School Council: On Monday 11th March, our Key Stage 1 School Council members visited Castle Wood, where they shared the work they have been doing on improving waste collection on the shared school site. They all represented Moat House brilliantly and were treated to an Easter egg hunt, as a reward for their excellent work!

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