Joseph in Reception Class at just 4 years old decided he would like to help others during the Christmas Season. He took orders of cakes and Toad in the hole from family and friends and raised an impressive £30. He then used this money to buy non perishable foods for the local foodbank. What a wonderful way to ‘love your neighbour’ at such a young age. well done Joseph!
In our Golden Assembly today, we were treated to a couple of carols by some of our talented guitar players. The three part harmony, of Silent Night, using acoustic, electric and ukulele was particularly impressive!
Congratulations to our younger children who reminded us all of the Christmas Story in their Nativity. They captured the real essence of Christmas and reminded us all that the story continues to this day where we are all building God’s Kingdom, here on Earth, through our words and actions.
As part of their topic on ‘The Circus’, Year 3 children used the Food technology room at school to bake rolls for hot dogs and make their own healthy chutney.
The choir of St. Philip’s walked into Arundel Town today to sing Christmas carols for the retired Estate workers from the Angmering Estate. This is an annual event where the children entertain the community, in the Norfolk Centre on Mill Road.