The children at St Matthews looked fabulous in their World Book Day costumes – dressed up as their favourite characters. They enjoyed playing games and sharing stories. Sadly everyone had to leave early because of the snow, but not before they had
We had lots of fun preparing for World Book Day and our Gruffalo Tea Party! Unfortunately our fun was cut short by the snow! Well done Chloe and Archie for winning the costume competition at Norwell. The children had lots
The children sat entranced as Grant read his book ‘ The Day Granny’s Knickers Blew Away!’ They then asked brilliant questions about why he became an author and how long it had taken to write and publish his book. He
Children of St Matthew’s back and raring to go after the long summer break! Doing their morning challenge based on Roald Dahl.
Anticipation was running high in school as we all waited to unveil our World Book Day Costumes. Families had obviously put in so much effort it was really difficult to select the winner for the World Book Day costume.
We held two special Christmas cafes at Norwell CE Primary on 9th December. The smell of coffee filled the school and parents joined their children for some story telling. All of the children had written a story called Coming Home.
On 13th September we celebrated the fabulous stories and work of Roald Dahl. We opened our doors and invited parents into our breakfast café and afternoon tea sessions at both schools. Parents received a most intriguing invitation and came along
Today we held a reading café at St Matthew’s Primary school for children in Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2. The parents relaxed and enjoyed their coffee and homemade biscuits (made by the children), whilst sharing the new books
Last Tuesday we held a reading café at St Matthew’s Primary school for children in Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2. The parents relaxed and enjoyed their coffee and croissant whilst joining their children for phonics activities. The children
Today we held our Reading Café at St. Matthew’s. Children in Years 2,3 and 4 shared their Quest stories with their parents and younger siblings. Lots of parents took the opportunity to enjoy a coffee and a pastry as they