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Western Power Workshop

We welcomed Western Power to Suckley School. We learnt all about where our electricity comes from, how we can 'see' it all around us and how to keep ourselves safe. 

Remembrance Day 11.11.2021

At 11 0' Clock we rang our old school bell in the corridor and held two minute silence to honour the people who had fought for our country. In the afternoon we created a selection of art and poetry to reflect our thoughts, images and descriptions of the war and 'Poppy Day'. 

Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box Appeal

Thank you to all of our school community for supporting our Shoe Box appeal this year which was organised by our Pupil Council. We filled 19 boxes in total, with further gifts left over. The children thought carefully about what to put into the boxes and researched the countries they were travelling to. 

Operation Ouch!

On Friday 8th October we were extremely lucky to be chosen to host the Operation Ouch Team from CBBC here at Suckley School. They were super impressed with our Forest School and the work we do on Children's Mental Health in preparation for them to access the academic side of school.

 

Dr Chris worked with our Year 6 children in Forest School where they did leaf bashing, shelter building, mud painting, created a collage of Dr Xand using Autumn items and harvested the produce we planted in the Summer Term from our garden. Following this Dr Chris worked with our Year 5 children in the classroom decorating a Gratitude Jar and talking about how we can change our negative thoughts easily into positive thoughts.  

 

The show is forecast to air in January 2022.

Harvest Festival Service 2021

 

For our Harvest Service this year we gave thanks in Suckley Church. The children wrote a selection of beautiful poems which they read out to the rest of the school. We listened to the story 'Sealed with a Sandal'.

 

We received lots of food donations from our families which we gave to Malvern Food Bank. 

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