Meet The Guinea Pigs

The guinea pigs have caused much excitement this week, and the children have loved having them in school and in their classrooms. The School Council collected possible names from each class and shortlisted the choice, before allowing our Reception Children to have the final say.

Meet Carrot and Spud!

Some of the children have already enjoyed stroking the the guinepigs and some have even enjoyed reading stories to them. Spud really enjoying hearing the tale of Goldilocks and The Three Bears, whilst Carrot nibbled on some hay!

A big thank you to the Friends of Cannon Park who enabled us to purchase everything needed to help us care for our school pets!

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Our Science Selfies

Congratulations to Luke, Chloe, Isaac and Jovan for winning our first science selfie competition. The children of Cannon Park became scientists and took part in exciting experiments at home, taking photographs of their endeavours.

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Science Master Class

Reception had a lovely afternoon with Mingyang’s dad, who came into to share some exciting science with us. He showed us how to create a battery with lemons, and made an electric motor, using  wire, a magnet and a battery. The children were really impressed and enjoyed their visit.

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Carols Around the Tree

Christmas most definitely arrived at Cannon Park this afternoon as the children performed a range of carols and Christmas songs. Thank you to Miss Ashby for organising such a wonderful event and thank you to the parents and carer for joining us to celebrate the many talents of the children.

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Friends of Cannon Park

All children will be invited to wear their own clothes on Friday 30th November. Friends of Cannon Park are asking for donations of bottles, chocolate of £1. All donations will go towards our Christmas Fete, which is on Thursday 6th December. Ho ho ho!

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Anti Bullying Week Begins

Reception learned that being unkind leaves a mark and changes you forever!

We had a piece of smooth paper and said unkind things to it. With each unkind comment, the paper was bent or ripped, meaning it could never be returned to the beautiful piece of paper it once was.

We were also unkind to an apple then looked inside to see the effect it had. We were shocked to see that the apple we were mean to, was bruised and squishy inside. We didn’t want this happening to anyone we know, so we decided we must always be kind, using thoughtful words and nice hands, so feelings inside are not hurt!

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