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Head Teacher: Mrs Jan Martin | Deputy Head: Miss A Prentice                          
London Road, Woolmer Green, Herts. SG3 6JP | Email: admin@woolmergreen.herts.sch.uk | Tel: 01438 813267 | Fax: 01438 815623                      

School Blogs

Blogs from St. Michael's Woolmer Green School.

Year 5 Monopoly Dance

Dance

On Wednesday of last week Beech Class performed their fabulous Monopoly Dance at the Campus West Theatre in Welwyn Garden City. Thank you to Mrs Lewis for her wonderful choreography and to Mrs Woods and Mrs Fincham for accompanying the children to the event. Well done to Beech Class!

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Ripping Reptiles Class Winners

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On Friday Mrs Martin held an assembly which included giving out many certificates for all sorts of achievements within the school. This included the winners of the Ripping Reptiles competition from each class. Please have a look at the Gallery for many more lovely photographs of the children and their creations. 

 

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Year 6 Girls' Athletics

girls athletics

A big WELL DONE to the Year 6 girls who competed in the indoor athletics finals on Tuesday.  The standard was very high and, even though we had some impressive victories on the track, it was impossible to predict how we had done overall.  Unfortunately we didn’t make it through to County Finals this time but the team spirit was great and all of the girls should be very proud of their individual performances.

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Year 6 Easter Journey at St Martin's Church

On Friday, Year 6 walked to St Martin's Church in Knebworth and enjoyed a morning of Easter-related activities led by members of the church. They listened to stories and took part in practical activities. Please go to the website Gallery to see lots of lovely photographs of their experience.

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The Orchestra Play in Assembly

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Please see the Gallery for more photos of our wonderful school orchestra.

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SCHOOL OPEN TODAY - FRIDAY

SCHOOL IS OPEN TODAY, FRIDAY 2nd MARCH. Registers will remain open until 9.45. Please leave plenty of time to travel and don't rush. You will be updated during the day via Parentmail and the HCC School Closure Notification System (Everbridge) in case more snow falls later. Thank you. 

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World Book Day

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The children all look amazing in their Roald Dahl costumes today. A huge amount of effort must have gone into their outfits! Please have a look at the Gallery for some lovely photographs of them all, taken in the hall this morning. 

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SCHOOL OPEN THURSDAY 1st MARCH

SCHOOL IS OPEN TODAY (THURSDAY). Registers will remain open until 10am this morning. World Book Day will go ahead as planned, but wear warm clothing over/under costumes. Drive/Walk safely and take care.

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Bread Making in Redwood

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Last week Mrs Hewitt kindly came into Redwood Class to teach them how to make bread. They made Focacia, white, mixed, and rye loaves with them. It was an informative session, and great fun! The loaves were divided up and the children were able to take some home to their families to enjoy together. Huge thanks to the wonderful Mrs Hewitt. 

 

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Onesie/Slippers day

Onesie day

Friday was Onesie/Pyjamas and Slippers Day! This was a School Council led initiative to raise money for the school for litter picking and new playground equipment. The children raised a wonderful £224. 

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Scootability

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On Thursday Cherry Class had a visit from the Herts Road Safety Team. Chi Ming led the session with the children who learnt some important lessons. 

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Enthusiastic Elm!

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Enthusiastic Elm pupils have really enjoyed their Geography theme.
Oscar shared photos from a family holiday to Mount Etna.  Benjamin drew an annotated volcano diagram at home.  
Jake and Luca brought in useful reference books.  
Poppy showed us lava from Mount Kilimanjaro.  
Kenan created a PowerPoint about natural disasters and their causes.
Olivia and Luca made realistic models of a volcano and a tsunami.
The whole class have carried out tornado and volcano experiments in science lessons (a little messy!) and created detailed earthquake safety leaflets.
New school atlases have also helped them to study our ‘restless earth’ and plate tectonics in more detail.
Thank you to the children and their families for helping to bring our topic to life!

 

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St Michael's School Orchestra

Orchestra

The orchestra has really taken off! Here is a lovely photograph of the children playing together at one of their weekly rehearsals. 

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Choir practice

Choir

St Michael's Choir at one of their weekly meet-ups.

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Year 6 Archery

Archery Team

Last Friday, our archery team went to Monks Walk for a competition.  In the main competition Tabitha came 4th and Leo De Silva 3rd out of the competitors.  As a team St. Michael’s came 3rd. Well done to all of our archers. Thank you to Miss Prentice for taking them. 

 

 

 

 

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Cherry Readathon

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Please see the Gallery under "Classes/Cherry" to see some more photographs of the children enjoying the Readathon last week.

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Redwood Romans!

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Last week Redwood Class had a lot of fun dressing up as, learning about, and living like Romans. Please see the Gallery under "Classes/Redwood" to see more photographs

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Readathon Assembly

Readathon assembly

The children all took part in a Readathon Assembly today to which they all took their chosen books. This week the children will enjoy many varied activities relating to their chosen book, and will hopefully have lots of fun as well as learning from each other. 

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Violin lessons at school

Learning the violin at school

Mrs Jellett is a freelance  music teacher based in Knebworth. She has many years' experience teaching pupils of all ages. She came into school to talk to the children about the violin and music making, and is offering lessons, either individually or in pairs, to children in year 2 and above. Please see her letter on the Arts page for more information about her and what she can offer, and prices etc. 

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Afternoon Tea with Mrs Martin

Afternoon Tea

This is a photograph of the last Afternoon Tea of 2017 with Mrs Martin! Lots of fun and cake was had by all!

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