Welcome to our school blog, Stoneyhill Mini Mail! Here, the boys and girls from our Newspaper/Blog club will keep you updated on what’s happening in and around Stoneyhill Primary School!
Tuesday 28th November
The Magical Christmas Jigsaw!
tODAY WE DID A cHRISTMAS SHOW REHEaRSAL AND IT WAS Absolutely INCREDIBLE! WE began WITH THE NUSERY AND FEEL GOOD CHOIR SINGING JINGLE BELLS AND DECK THE HALLS. THEN WE had THE SONG ROLL UP, ROLL UP AND OUR ACTORS STARTed THE SHOW. It is going to be amazing!
THE STORY IS “THE magical CHRISTMAS JIGSAW” Which IS PUTTING A JIGSAW together TELLING the STORY OF CHRISTMAS.
YOU DONT WANT TO MISS IT DO YOU?
COME AND SEE IT ON MONDAY 11TH DECEMBER
come and see the stoneyhill show 2017! roll up, roll up!
Today we also launch our Stoneyhill Christmas Quiz! The boys and girls from Stoneyhill Mini Mail have created five Christmas themed questions for you to answer! Write your answers in the comments below! There will be tokens given out at assembly to anybody who contributes and there will be winners chosen before the end of term! There are prizes up for grabs! Here we go…
1. Santa has nine reindeer, can you name them all?
2. What type of creatures are Santa’s helpers?
3. How many lords are leaping in ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ song?
4. What colour is the Snowman’s scarf and hat in the Children’s picture book ‘The Snowman’?
5. Can you unscramble the following word to reveal a type of Christmas tree decoration: BUALEB?
Tuesday 21st November
We have two new stories for you this week!
Amazing African Drumming and Dancing!
On Tuesday 21st November there was amazing African drumming and dancing at Stoneyhill Primary School.
Adi and Thomas who have been dancing for 26 years put on an astonishing performance for the whole school. Primary 5, 6 and 6/7 have been learning some dance and drum patterns to Ghanaian songs. Primary 5 performed Shiko and Primaries 6 and 6/7 preformed Kpanlogo .They practised hard for weeks and we’ve heard from P6/7 that it was the “best visit ever!” Jessica, who was in the performance, said her hands hurt from hitting the drum but it was fun.
Some people from the audience said:
“It was excellent.” Said Aine from P2/3
“It was fantastic,” said Oliver, P3/4, “my favourite part was when they all got up and danced.”
Well done to everyone involved! We hope you enjoyed our news!
(Jessica, Tamzin, Oliver, Coral and Aine)
A SPOTACULAR DAY
On Friday 17th of November it was Children in need and it was a great hit. The house captain’s organised some amazing activities: they were spot hunt, quiz, battleships and create your own mask.
The spot hunt is all about finding 70 spots in our house and working cooperatively together. Let’s just say it was a big challenge!!
In this activity we got quizzed by the teacher all about children in need. It was great fun but quite tricky.
Create my own mask
We created fun makes and they looked FABULOUS!!!
We all played Pudsey battleships and were working well in pairs.
Shout out to all teachers who worked hard to make children in need really fun!!!!
We raised a grand total of £205.73 – well done everyone!! 🙂