When the city of Nottingham requires our help Crabtree Farm is ready to assist and that’s exactly what our Year Five and Six pupils did when they recently took part In a workshop for Nottingham’s upcoming Light Night event.
The children were asked to make some rather snazzy looking glass bottles to be displayed along the canal path on February 23rd of February.
As a school we were delighted to be involved, along with other schools, in an event that involves the whole city and can't wait for you to see our pupil’s efforts.
With today being Shrove Tuesday it was only right that our Year One children got to make their very own pancakes with the help of Crabtree Farm's answer to Mary Berry, Mrs Beard.
The children knew exactly what ingredients went into making the perfect pancake and couldn't wait to get started on mixing them together. Once the hard work was out of the way, our hungry chefs had the tough choice of what topping to add to their delicious looking pancakes and they really were spoilt for choice with strawberry jam seeming to be the topping of choice this year.
Last week our Year Three pupils visited St Mary's Church in Bulwell to take part in their very own mock wedding. The children were shown how a traditional Christian wedding would take places with all of the children taking on specific roles.
After the important ceremony was complete everyone returned to school to join the Bride and Groom at their reception with parents/carers being invited. The children read out speeches they had written themselves especially for the occasion and there was even the emotional cutting of the cake.
Our Year Three Team would like to thank everyone at St Mary's Church for giving our children this fantastic opportunity and to the amazing parents/carers for their continued support.