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The Tiger Who Came to Tea

The whole school had an amazing trip to the theatre to see ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’, a big thank you to the Friends of Fulmer who funded the trip.

 

 

Reception Assembly

Reception class performed their first assembly and it was a triumph. Every word was heard, the songs were sung with joy and the actions to the songs were delightful!

 

 

Eco Assembly

Two members of the ECO team in Year 2 led an assembly on how we should all save water.

 

 

Jewish Assembly

A big thank you to Mrs Gray, a Year 2 parent, for talking to the children about her Jewish faith. The children listened with interest and asked sensible questions. The artefacts are now on display in the library replacing the Hindu display for all the children to enjoy.

 

 

MIND Assembly

During Mental Health Awareness week our representative from MIND led another assembly reminding the children to talk to an adult if they have sad feelings so that the little feelings do not grow and become overwhelming.

 

 

Celebrating Father's Day

This morning we have enjoyed wonderful celebrations at the start of the day wishing a very Happy Father’s Day to many of the Dads and Grandads in our school community.  What a truly fabulous turn out of Dads and Grandads and what a wonderful concert!  The children, as ever, sang with joy and well done to Reception for singing your song twice, well worth a second go! Thank you to the staff for preparing the children so well and we wish you all a great day on Sunday.

 

 

Sports Day

For three years now we haven’t been able to have our annual sports’ day on the Fulmer Rec so this week it was so wonderful to be back to normal. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and participated with great enthusiasm and sportsmanship.  It was also such fun to see parents and younger siblings join in readily with their races too.

 

 

Congratulations Your Majesty!

In school we have all enjoyed a wonderful time celebrating and honouring the Queen’s amazing 70 years on the throne. We celebrated with Jubilee mufti day and a delicious picnic lunch outside where we could all eat together. Later in the afternoon we planted a beautiful new tree on the front lawn as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy project and all pupils were presented with a souvenir Jubilee medal at home time. A truly spectacular day!

 

 

Year 1 trip to Windsor Castle

Windsor castle is a spectacular royal residence and the Queen spends much of the year there in her private apartments.  She was resident at the time of our visit and her royal standard could be seen flying from the keep – sadly though we didn’t get to see her. Year 1 had a wonderful day exploring Windsor Castle and learning about it's history. 

 

 

Sports Fun For Year 2

Year 2 enjoyed a wonderful day at The Misbourne School in Great Missenden, participating in a challenging range of sporting activities alongside with Year 2 pupils from 5 other local schools. The activities and games are all well planned by the GCSE students and all the children had a lot of fun.

 

 

Easter Hat Parade

Parents with children in year 1 and year 2 were treated to an amazing 'Easter Hat' parade. Children displayed beautiful hat creations on a Spring and Easter theme. We were so amazed at the incredibly high standard of hats and how colourful they were.

 

 

Friends of Fulmer - Sponsored walk

Many Fulmer families gathered together at Black Park for a sponsored walk and picnic afterwards.The weather was kind as we ambled around the lake and all the children looked magnificent dressed up as ‘Superheroes’.  It was also really lovely to see quite a few ex-pupils doing the walk as well.

 

 

Ramadan Assembly


On Monday 28th March we were delighted to welcome two Reception Class parents, via Zoom, to lead a special assembly on Ramadan.  We have several Muslim children in each class and so it was wonderful for us all to learn so much about this special celebration.  Children were asked to think of 10 good deeds to do during the Ramadan period and raise funds for Friends of Fulmer.  Thank you so much to both Mrs Malik and Mrs Haque for this very enlightening assembly and for the children’s sweets.

 

 

Pollination Assembly


On Wednesday 30th March we welcomed Cathy Simpson from the Iver Environmental Centre to our school to talk to the children all about the importance of bees and pollination.  It was a very exciting assembly with lots of visual resources for the children to enjoy and we appreciated Buddy in Year R being willing to dress up as a bee and crawl into a flower to fetch the nectar!  A lot of wonderful learning took place in a really fun way!

 

 

Ukrainian Refugees

Thank you to everyone for the amazing response for donations for the Ukainian Refugees, you have raised over £300! We are sending the cheque to DEC who will ensure that the money is well spent.

 

 

Caterpillars in Reception

Reception children had great fun leaning about the life cycle of a butterfly.

 

 

Mothers' Day

Our mothers had a wonderful Mothers’ Day concert listening to the children sing with absolute joy and each mother was given a bunch of daffodils.

 

 

Chicks

 

On Monday this week there was great excitement when a delivery of 10 eggs arrived in school to be carefully incubated in our school library area. The children are so excited to see them hatch and to have real chicks in school! This is such good learning for the children.

 

Red Nose Day

The children had fun wearing a red accessory and telling a joke and raised £66.75 for this worthwhile cause.

 

World Book Day 2022


We celebrated World Book Day by enjoying and sharing our favourite books. We also experienced the talents of the author Rob Biddulph by sharing his book'Odd Dog Out'. We became illustrators!

 

 

Year 1 Multi-Skills Trip

Year 1 had a wonderful time at the Multi-Skills Festival at Chalfont Community College.The festival included a rotation of Multi-Skill activities, e.g. jumping, skipping, throwing, catching, lunging, which challenged children to achieve their personal best.

 

Hindu Artefacts

Miss Rudki led an assembly talking to the children about Hindu artefacts.'

 

Our ECO team

Two members of our ECO team led an assembly about how we can help the environment by picking up litter.

 

 

Doughnut Sale for the Al-Jannat Orphanage in Pakistan

There has been tremendous excitement in school today as we held, at the request of our School Council members, a doughnut sale in order to raise funds for our linked orphanage in Pakistan – Al Jannat.

The money raised that came into school today totals in excess of £125. This is a wonderful amount to send to the orphanage to buy warm clothing.  Thank you.

 

MIND Assembly

MIND led a virtual assembly advising children to talk about their feelings.

 

 

Year 1 Vegetable Soup

As part of the Food Technology curriculum year 1 have enjoyed learning about healthy eating and made vegetable soup!

 

School of Character Kitemark

We are very thrilled and very proud to say that, following a comprehensive inspection we have ‘met the exacting standards required to be awarded the School of Character’ Kitemark.’ This is a very prestigious award which recognises that we teach the children sound values which enable them to make good choices. There were rigorous interviews with staff and Governors and two children, Ivie and Eshan from Year 2, were splendid ambassadors for our school. The report is very glowing and here is an excerpt: ‘The two pupils who showed me around the school were confident and well-informed regarding the values which the school reinforce at every turn. It is also clear that learning experiences at the school afford them the ability to grow and develop in a nurturing environment, which does not shy away from providing both challenge and personal care in equal measure.’

 

Stranger Danger Assembly

PC Dobbins led an assembly on Stranger Danger, Road Safety, Internet Safety and how to keep yourself safe riding a bicycle and what videos you can and cannot watch. He was very impressed with the children’s knowledge and with the children’s very sensible questions.

 

Remembrance Assembly

On Thursday 11th November, children from Years 1 & 2 took part in a special remembrance assembly. They learnt about the importance of the poppy and why we wear them at this special time of year.

 

Diwali

On Wednesday Miss Rudki led the assembly and told all the children about this lovely festival of light and the significance of good triumphing over evil. Children in Year 1 all made clay Diva lamps for the celebrations and Reception Class were shown how to make colourful Rangoli patterns on the playground!

 

School Council

Elif, Yvie and Cash led a school council meeting to discuss fundraising activities for our Link school and orphanage in Pakistan. The school voted to have a doughnut sale!

 

 

Celebrating Black History Month

Children had a wonderful time learning African dance and worked in groups to create their own African dance routines.

 

Year 1 and Year 2 trip to Iver Environment Centre

Year 1 and year 2 enjoyed their trip to Iver Environment Centre. Year 1 had great fun pond dipping, mini-beast hunting in the woodland and making bug hotels. Year 2 were lucky to see how butter was churned from milk and even ground their own flour from corn. 

 

A real ambulance comes to school!

There was great excitement last Friday afternoon when a real ambulance drove onto our playground with the siren ringing! Fortunately, it wasn’t responding to an accident but instead coming for an educational visit to help children learn about the vital service ambulances provide in the community.

 

Year 2 Scarecrows

Wednesday this week was a very exciting day for pupils in Year 2. Together as a class they have been reading the story of ‘The Scarecrows’s Wedding’ by Julia Donaldson and were thrilled to have a day of dressing up; coming to school dressed as scarecrows!

 

Harvest Festival

We celebrated Harvest Festival and donated all the produce to our local homeless charity SHOC.

 

 

Dr Mehta Visiting Year 1

Dr Mehta (Alyssa and Leiya's mum) came into school today to show children the different equipment that doctors use and children enjoyed role playing.

 

Jeans for Genes Day

Children supported Jeans for Genes day by wearing jeans at school and bringing in a donation for the charity.

 

Casting votes into the ballot box!

Children learned about democracy when they voted for the leaders of the School Council.

 

Odd Sock Day

Children raised money for our link school in Pakistan by giving a donation to the school, Al Jannat, for the privilege of wearing odd socks.

 

 

 

Wellbeing Wednesday

This week we have been focusing on talking to the children about their feelings and well being. We have launched 'Wellbeing Wednesday' to get the children to identify and deal with their feelings.

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