Have you seen our wonderful jigsaw on the playground? Every child in the school helped to make this beautiful jigsaw which shows all the values we share at Middleton: Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect And Tolerance of those of different Faith And Beliefs
The whole school celebrated Eid through lots of creative activities e.g. drama, singing, dancing and stunning artwork.
This week, our pupils were invited to the Grand Opening of The Big Tent Project. Schoolchildren in Nottingham have created 80 pieces of artwork to fill an exhibition promoting cultural diversity. The Nottingham Big Tent opened on Monday 19th June and visitors to Old Market Square will have the opportunity to walk through and see the pictures on display until Wednesday 21st June. The project involves 35 local schools and has been funded by a grant from the Scape Group. The aim is to celebrate Nottingham’s rich diversity and community cohesion. Well done to our RRSA Steering group for their beautiful canvas illustrating and spreading awareness of children’s rights around the world.
Our whole school were involved in our Global Values Week .Each year group focused on a different Global Value and we ended the week with a whole school celebration , in the sunshine accompanied by some Samba music!
Some chalks, a blackboard and some fantastic artists. What a beautiful work! Two more pictures in this post.
To round up our French Food topic, Y3 had a great time making healthy smoothies during their French lesson yesterday. Then we made some gentle/ scary fishes to follow the French tradition. Paper fishes are used to play an April Fools trick, involving sticking a paper fish onto the back of as many adults as possible, then running away yelling “Poisson d’Avril” (April Fish!).