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Diwali Day!

Today is a very special day……DIWALI! Celebrating this festival of light has been most enjoyable! In Literacy, we acted out CBBC Newsround style reports about Diwali and interviewed a “Diwali expert.” We enjoyed Indian food at lunchtime, followed by Indian dancing and designing our own rangoli patterns. 26 more words


10 Lo-Cal and No-Cal Ideas for Your Halloween Haunt

Having a little Halloween fun? Leave the bags of sugary sweets for the goblins and check out these 10 No-Cal and Lo-Cal tricks and treats for your Halloween Haunt! 301 more words

Fat Bottom Fifties Get Fierce

Year 8 Celebration Breakfast

Congratulations to all the girls who were invited to our celebration breakfast this week. It was wonderful to see such a large proportion of our year group there, all of whom have made a really positive start to Year 8. 57 more words


Celebrating the New Moon - Oct 2014

Ancient people’s considered the Moon to be a deity. For the Romans, she was the goddess Luna, while for the Norse and Anglo Saxons, he was the god Mani or Mona. 409 more words


The Power of Ritual

Ritual, everyday ritual, is incredibly powerful!

Examine the ritual of power, be that in the opening of parliament, royal celebrations, religious ceremony…and you begin to see the importance and power of ritual! 245 more words


All About Me Books: Power of Writing Your Story

In yesterday’s blog post, Lydia talked about the All About Me book celebration we had with the student teachers in our literacy methods courses. I (Clare) want to add my comments/reflections on the activity. 693 more words


Diwali 2014

Happy Diwali to everybody, for the world to be filled with happiness and joy.