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Year 6 Leavers Assembly 2021 | July 15, 2021

cenforce 100mg Circumstances have been a little different for the year 6 leaver’s production this year so we have had a go at some film making. We discovered a lot of acting talent that we were unaware of and there are some award winning performances from the children.

buy prednisone online for dogs They had a great time making the film and learning new skills and with the technical wizardry of Mr Williams we have a film.

http://terrafirmarealestate.ca/author/mlewicki/page/3/ We hope you enjoy watching it as much as the children enjoyed making it. They were truly creative.

1. Wow! What A Year! + Dynamite.
2. Memories and Thank Yous.

Nursery Present the Christmas Story 2020 | December 17, 2020

buy modafinil reviews Nursery are proud to present their first video Nativity.

To adhere to COVID guidelines children were recorded singing in small groups and then the recordings were merged in Audacity. In the video the children mimed to the songs.

Everyone at Richard Avenue wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Re-opening Information For RAPS | June 12, 2020

A look at the changes and adaptations we’ve made to our school to ensure social distancing and safety when we partly reopen to pupils on the 15th June.

A Message of Thanks | May 13, 2020

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Manager (Julie Thompson) & Duty Manager (Emma Parkin) showing off the display.

We received the following message from Holly Cross Nursing Home to whom we had sent some rainbow ribbon rings. We would like to say it was our pleasure and we are very appreciative for all the work your staff are doing.

holly cross nursing home message

RAPS presents Happy! | May 6, 2020

A special video message from all the staff at Richard Avenue. Stay safe… and stay happy!

Christmas Productions for 2019 | December 20, 2019

KS1 The Little Fir Tree
KS1 performing The Little Fir Tree.

Over the last few weeks we have been a hive of activity preparing the school for Christmas. This includes the amazing decorations the staff put up around school and all the hard work that has gone into the Christmas productions and performances.

The first performance was by Key Stage 1 who performed ‘The Little Fir Tree’, for teachers, children, parents and carers.

KS1 The Little Fir Tree
KS1 performing The Little Fir Tree.
KS1 Perform ‘All Alone’ at their Christmas Production, ‘The Little Fir Tree’.
KS1 Perform ‘Hear the Rain’ at their Christmas Production, ‘The Little Fir Tree’.

Later in the week we were treated to EYFS performing their production, ‘Christmas Counts’ during which we heard both amazing singing and the children pulling off some extraordinary dance moves and solos.

EYFS perform Christmas Counts
EYFS perform Christmas Counts.
EYFS perform ‘Who Can Count the Angels in the Sky’ as part of their Christmas Production.
EYFS perform ‘Christmas Counts for Everyone’ as part of their Christmas Production.

The final production of the week was KS2 performing their Carol Service. A time to bring everyone together we watched some beautiful singing of many Christmas staples.

KS2 performing their Carol Service
KS2 performing their Carol Service.
KS2 Performing ‘We Three Kings of Orient Are’ at their 2019 Christmas Carol Service

Its really been a wonderful and festive last few weeks and we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Enjoy your holidays everyone.

Year 3 reenact Boudicca and the Battle of Watling Street | July 10, 2019

Year 3 used a poem to reenact Boudicca and the Battle of Watling Street as part of their Romans history topic. The class was split into Celts and Romans and dressed up accordingly. Enjoy!

Year 3 reenact Boudicca and the Battle of Watling Street.