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The Winchester Vineyard Storehouse is an organisation offering support to our community. They can help with baby essentials for expectant mums, school uniform supplies, books and toys. You can find out more by visiting their website
The fault has been located and heating and hot water have been restored. The kitchen will reopen for hot food (10th December). Green choice is pizza, red choice is baked fish fingers.
Unfortunately, Winnall Primary is closed on the 8th December due to a gas leak. We hope to reopen as soon as possible
Year 5 have been exploring the life experiences of Rosa Parks and reflecting upon diversity, ethics and values.
This wonderful display of their work highlights the inspiration they have taken from Rosa's life; her determined stand against discrimination and their thoughts on how her actions have impacted their lives.
Reading at home is one of the main things that you can do at home to help your child. We have published a list of activities for you to try - these are based in year groups but please feel free to try whatever you fancy. Reading any book is great, a new school book, a non fiction book from home or an old favourite.
The activities can be found under 'Children', 'Class Pages' 'Home Learning for all.'
Today the children were tasked with creating retro observational drawings using highlighters.
What you have to do:
Now we challenge you to have a go.
Email your class teacher with your results!
This morning, we have been drawing our very own self portaits - but in an unusual way.
Are you up for the challenge?
Here is what you have to do:
Make sure to send your images to your class email. We would love to see them!