Christmas Fair 2017

 

Thank you to our wonderful PTA who organised yet another fabulous Christmas Fair, and a big thank you to everyone who donated prizes for our raffle.

Sulivan’s Christmas Nativity 2017

 

Children from our Nursery and Reception classes performed in a nativity called ‘The Sleepy Shepherd’ this year.  They sang beautifully and definitely looked the part!

Sulivan’s Choir sing at a Christingle Service

 

On 14th December, some of our children in KS2 attended the Christingle Service at St. Matthew’s Church and performed in the choir. The children sang beautifully and enjoyed the experience. Najae (Year 6 ) said “I always love going to the Christingle Service and look forward to singing there every year.” Thank you to St. Matthew’s Church for inviting us to perform.

Sulivan’s Christmas Concert 2017

 

Our children in years 1 to 6 performed to parents and carers during the week of 11th December in a series of concerts. Songs included Little Donkey, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Merry Christmas, whilst the Jazz Band, Rock Band and Flute Quartet showed off their instrumental talents too! Thank you to our peripatetic team whoaccompanied the children, and of course a big thank you to all our parents who came along to support the event. The children made us very proud!

 

Choir sing at Hammersmith Town Hall

 

On 12th December, some KS2 children from our choir took part in the Tri-Borough Music Hub’s Christmas Festival and went along to the Town Hall to sing as part of a massed choir. It was an amazing experience for our children and they made us very proud!

Sulivan Choir sing at Chelsea Football Club

 

Children from Years 3 to 6 were invited to sing at Stamford Bridge on Thursday 30th November. The children sang beautifully and got everyone in to the festive spirit!

Year 3 attend a Royal College of Music Concert

 

Our Year 3 classes went to watch a concert led by the Royal College of Music in Pimlico on Tuesday 21st November. They had great seats and could see the orchestra really close up! They saw instruments that had never seen before like the contra bassoon, tuba and double basses.

Year 3 celebrate Roman Day

 

To end the Roman topic, Year 3 had a Roman day on the 29th of November. They baked bread, learnt about Roman numerals and enjoyed a Roman style feast. Then on the 30th of November the parents came into the hall to view our Roman exhibition. The children were able to talk about all they had learnt.