Friday, 28 April 2017
Thursday, 27 April 2017
Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Sewing is one of the oldest of the textile arts, arising from the Palaeolithic era. Before the invention of spinning yarn or weaving fabric, archaeologists believe Stone Age people across Europe and Asia sewed fur and skin clothing using bone, antler or ivory needles and thread made of various animal body parts.As part of our Topic, we sewed Stone Age bags. We designed our bags, practised various stitches and made our bags. Look at what we produced.
On Monday , Christ Church School celebrated the official opening of its newly refurbished library.
The Mayor of Ware, local c hildren’s author Alice Hemming, pupils, staff, the School PSA, School Governors and the Vicar of Christ Church were all there for the official opening.
During the ceremony, the pupils gathered together for a whole school assembly, led by author Alice Hemming. Alice spoke to the children about her love of reading and writing stories and shared her own book, Bibble and the Bubbles.
Alice Hemming donated a collection of her books to the school.
Alice signed the books
The school PSA, supported by parents, raised thousands of pounds to refurbish the new library and members of the whole school community got st uck in themselves, painting, decorating and doing whatever was needed to finish the £10,000 project.
Part of the team that made this project possible.
Year 6 pupil Natasha said: "It was so exciting to see the library opening; everyone was clapping when the m ayor cut the ribbon. We can’t wait to start enjoying all the new books."
Alice Hemming with the plaque which thanks the PSA and the whole Christ Church community for all of their hard work.