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December 2022

Whole school trip to the Pantomime.

Every class from Nursery to Year 6 watched Sleeping Beauty at the Elgiva Theatre, Chesham to start our festive celebrations and gain the valuable experience of watching actors perform in a theatre.  Pantomime is important as an effective way to inspire children, help them understand the world around them, and encourage the next generation of performers.

The Friends of Lime Walk generously paid for the coaches and the children had an amazing time, as did many of the adults who attended.

For many of the children this was the first opportunity to visit the theatre to see a pantomime since they joined the school.  This is an experience that we aim to fulfil every year 

Friends of Lime Walk Christmas Fair

The Friends of Lime Walk held their annual Christmas Fair for the children, family and friends of our community.  It was a great success and the hard work and determination of the committee raised over a £1000 which will enhance the learning and experiences of children throughout the school.

In addition to raffles, refreshments and a trip to see Santa a range of stalls were available which included:

  • Year 6 enterprise stalls
  • Splat the Festive rat
  • ​Crafts – Reindeer foood
  • Money Tree
  • Pebble Pets, Hearts and masks, and
  • Lego Card game

If you are interested in joining the committee or helping at future events please visit the Friends of Lime Walk page on the school website.

Snow Day

Snow landed overnight to transform the school in a winter wonderland with cold wintry conditions.

Despite the difficult circumstances the school remained open and children (and adults) fully enjoyed spending breaktimes in the snow and having fun.

EYFS Nativity

The chidlren in Nursery and Reception performed the Nativity story to parents and carers.  Through story-telling and role play our children become comfortable using a  range of vocabulary and language structures that supports them as they move through the school.

The development of children’s artistic and cultural awareness supports their imagination and creativity. It is important our children have regular opportunities to engage with the arts. The quality and variety of what children see, hear and participate in is crucial for developing their understanding, self-expression, vocabulary and ability to communicate through the arts. 

Every child performed so well and the audience were rewarded with a fantastic experience.

Key Stage 1 Production

After much rehearsal, preparation and learning songs and scripts the children in Year 1 and 2 presented their hard work to an audience of children, parents, grandparents and other family members and friends.

The production was amazing and every child performed brilliantly.

The teachers, teaching assistants, parents and carers were so proud of the children.

Key Stage 2 songs around the tree.

The children in Key Stage 2 finished off the term by singing a range of traditional and festive songs to the parents and carers in our community.  Each class performed a range of songs and actions to keep the audience entertained and engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians.

The school values these opportunities to increase self-confidence, creativity and a sense of achievement.

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