Trinity Service Day November 2022

This week all staff and children have been out  spreading a little love and kindness in our community.  On Tuesday it was our annual Service Day and we have been busy serving lots of people in many different ways  We just love seeing the lovely smiles on the faces of those we meet.

YEAR THREE BIRD BOXES FOR ST PAUL'S    Year 3 have been super busy making bird boxes during Service Day. They thought it would be a lovely idea to add some colour to the graveyard at St. Paul's Church. What a thoughtful idea and a lovely way to put a smile on everyone's face. Great idea! Love it!

YEAR FOUR POSITIVE MESSAGE SCROLLS    Year 4 made Positive Message scrolls to give to the community. We asked the shopkeeper to place the box on the counter for her customers to take when they came into the shop. We also gave a Positive Message scroll to people who we passed on the way to the shop to spread a little joy and make people smile. 

YEAR FIVE SPRING BULBS FOR OUR NEIGHBOURS    Year 5 loved their service day activity of planting spring bulbs for members of our community. It was so nice to see everyone’s faces when they received them and it was a pleasure to be able to spread some joy to our neighbours! A wonderful act of Christian love and kindness in action.

YEAR SIX TIDYING THE GARDENS AT BEACON VIEW    Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed weeding and collecting leaves at Beacon View on Service Day. The children filled a massive 10 bags of rubbish with a smile on their faces! What a wonderful act of service in our community making the appearance of the entrance much tidier and safer for residents and visitors. Well done Year 6. 

RECEPTION CLASS  SWEETS FOR THE PARAMEDICS   We decided to create sweet treat packages to deliver to our friend, paramedic Emily! Earlier this year, Emily came to speak to us, and we learned all about how hard paramedics work and how much they help us each and every day. We hope that the paramedics enjoy their treats and know how appreciated they are. 

SUNFLOWER NURSERY ADVENT TREE FOR THE GREENHILL COMMUNITY ROOM   Our nursery children wrapped up chocolates and hung them on a tree to make a gift for Jeanette and her team at The Greenhill Hub. The children were very excited walking up the hill to present their gift. 

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