Year 1 Nativity

Well done to Year 1 for their fantastic Christmas Nativity performance on the last week of term.

They told us the story of Jesus' birth and how Christmas should be a special time for everyone. The pupils made brilliant stars, donkeys, shepherds, kings and of course, Mary and Joseph. It was a fabulous performance and the Primary Phase loved being able to watch the dress rehearsal!

Thank you to everyone who supported the event - the pupils looked brilliant in their costumes!

Letter from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home

Pupils who attend the Sewing Flexible Learning club created some beautiful 'doggy bandanas' which they sent to Battersea Dogs Home.

The bandanas, which are then sprayed with calming scents, help keep the dogs calm during their time at the home.

Well done to all the pupils who attend the club. They received a special mention and certificate for attending the Flexible Learning club every week, and we also received a lovely letter of thanks from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home themselves.

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World Restorative Practice Conference

Twelve pupils attended an International Conference at the Hull Centre for Restorative Practice on Wednesday 15th November.
The pupils spoke about how we use Restorative Practice at Carr Manor, and their involvement and roles as representatives.
There was some lovely feedback from other organisations who were at the conference, who said; “Carr Manor have some amazing representatives at the Hull conference. Looking forward to taking new ideas back to our pupils at Collingwood.” (Collingwood Primary).
“What a fantastic job your children did today. Incredible confidence and ability to articulate their role as RP leaders in your school. I’m sure you’ll feel very proud.” (Swanland Education Trust.)

On their website, the centre has thanked our pupils for their ‘exceptional workshops.’

Well done to all those involved!

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Children In Need

Thank you to everyone who donated money on Children In Need! As a school, we raised an amazing £408.11 for the amazing cause.

Secondary Phase pupils kindly donated money on their way into school and the Primary Phase came dressed up in their best 'spotty' outfits.