** Lunch Update **

Due to circumstances beyond our control we haven’t been able to rectify the issues with the kitchen in time for tomorrow. Therefore the kitchen will remain closed on Thursday 22nd September. If children could bring a packed lunch again please, we will provide one for the children who are free school meals.

Again we apologise for the inconvenience.

Thank you for your cooperation

Norton Infant and Junior School.

Super Soft Play

This morning Class 2 had a brilliant time using the soft play. We balanced, crawled, bounced, skipped and hopped all over the hall!

** FAO all parents of children who have a school lunch at NIS and NJS **

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our school kitchen will not be open tomorrow ( Wednesday 21st September 2022 ). 
All children will need to bring a packed lunch with them. If you have free school meals, we will be able to provide a packed lunch. 
We are sorry for this inconvenience, but it is unavoidable. We hope the kitchen will be open as normal on Thursday, this will be confirmed tomorrow. 
Thank you for your understanding
Norton Infant and Junior School. 

This week learning in Class 4

We have had another exciting week finding out about castles. We have been very lucky to meet our expert visitor, Mr Lamb, who told us about the life around castles. We have also enjoyed our reading crew and sorting and counting numbers in Maths.

All about castles

This week we have had some great experiences and activities to begin our expedition ’What lies within the castle walls’.

We really enjoyed a visit from our expert Mr Lamb. He taught us lots of new information about castles and let us throw ’rocks’ at castle walls to see which castle is the strongest when attacked.

A huge thank you to Mr Lamb – we had a great morning.

Beautiful Work

This week the children in Reception have created self portraits using different media and materials. They practised their colour mixing skills and thought carefully about how they could create the best representation of themselves. Their beautiful artwork is now on display in our classroom.

Well done Class Two.

Nursery’s Condolences to a wonderful Queen.

Today Nursery spent some time thinking about the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. We watched the sketch with her favourite bear – Paddington and talked about why our own bears are so special to us as part of National Teddy Bear Day. Then the children made beautiful sympathy cards as part of our British Values to commemorate the Queen. May Her Majesty rest in peace.

Sharing our favourite soft toys and teddies.

Our sympathy Cards