Real life Super Hero dressing up day - Thursday 22nd October (last day of term for children)
To celebrate the end of our topic this term we are planning a fun-filled day in each class with practical real life super hero activities, and each class having their own focus depending on what they have been learning. This is when we’d usually invite families in to celebrate their learning but we can’t do this at the moment.
The staff are all going to dress up as real life superheroes such as NHS staff but children can go for any super hero costume you may have or outfits such as NHS staff, people who changed/made Black History such as Rosa Parks, firefighters, police officers, supermarket staff, refuse lorry drivers or even Captain Tom! Or be creative - anyone who is a hero to them!
You are very welcome to make donations of £1 to the school to help us with fundraising but this is not the point of the day. It is all about us celebrating having been back together, having fun whilst learning and ending term 1 in style.
Please do not feel you need to buy costumes, a cape made from a sheet and face painted mask would do!
The staff are bound to have some spare costumes too so if you are struggling please let us know.