As you can imagine, the last few weeks of term have been very busy for all the schools across the Trust. The children have enjoyed tucking into their Christmas lunches, had some visits from Father Christmas and learnt about how Christmas is celebrated across the world.
Our schools have all celebrated Christmas in their own way through nativities and performances, and our Marketing Executive Jenny was able to attend some of these and see the outcome of the hard work by the children and staff.
Please see below for a selection of photos from across all of our schools.
Halley House School – Christmas singing performance
Deer Park School – ‘A Midwife Crisis’
Watling Park School – The Year 1 children at Watling Park performed ‘Born in a Barn’ which was a traditional nativity.
Kilburn Grange School – The Reception & Y1 children at KGS performed a joint Christmas performance titled ‘Christmas All Around the World’. The children focused on traditions from a range of countries which included Poland, China, USA and Ireland. Oli Blanc, a good friend of KGS watched the nativity last year and kindly came to watch again this year. Oli Blanc is co-creator of the food app Henri Le Worm and son of famous chef Raymond Blanc.
Rutherford House School – The Reception children gave an excellent performance of the nativity and the Y1,2 &3 performed different Babuska performances.
Whitehall Park School – The Reception classes at WPS performed their nativity that was written by the Mount Carmel Girls.
We hope that everyone has an enjoyable and relaxing Christmas break.
Bellevue Place Education Trust.