Our first Wednesday Worship in school was performed by Year 2 with a wonderful, thoughtful presentation about Harvest. It was great to welcome the year 2 parents in to school for this event, and a huge thank you to year 2 who performed their assembly again the following day for the children to enjoy and participate in.
Thank you so much to the children and families who supported us at this service in the Stewart Hall on Sunday 15th October. Due to the works at the church we were unable to have a whole school service with the community as in past years, but the children who were chosen to help at the service did a wonderful job holding and arranging their letters to spell the words HARVEST, STARVE and SHARE. This certainly made an important message clear. Their singing was brilliant and we the children were very proud to represent their school.
A huge thank you to all the families who donated produce to be donates to Storehouse in Aylesbury. Finally a special thank you to Mr Hewitt who baked an amazing Harvest Sheath for the centre of our offerings.
Silly Socks Day
Today the children have done a fantastic job coming to school in their silliest socks in return for a donation to our Christmas Fayre. Here are some of the socks that children wore!
At Great Kimble we take the views of our pupils very seriously. Part of this process is the School Council. This is an elected body of 6 pupils (2 per year group) who listen to the views of their peers and bring forward these suggestions – and their own – as to how to improve the school further. They also decide what charity the school will support in the coming academic year, as well as welcoming visitors to the school. It was especially pleasing to note that this year ALL our current Year 2 pupils wanted to put themselves forward for this role. The children are entirely responsible for electing their class members – staff do not vote nor lead the voting in any way!