Happy Easter from all the children and staff at Sulivan Primary School!
On Friday 24th March our school council organised a talent show to help raise money for Comic Relief. Children from years 1 to 6 told jokes, sang songs, showed off their gymnastic skills and did impressions of famous people to make people laugh! We even had some special guests to come and be our judges. Jayden from our school council said “Everyone was so brave to get up on stage to make people laugh. It was a really nice day.” Thank you to all of our talented performers for putting on such a great show!
Our day ended with a fabulous cake sale to help raise money. Thank you to all of our parents for your support and generosity. A special big thank you should go to Malachi and Elle’s parents who came in to school to bake with the children and made over 500 cakes for the cake sale!
Our Year 5 children were given the task of inventing a new product to take along to Dragon’s Den. Children from Queens Manor Primary School and Fulham Primary School also took part in the competition and all came together to pitch their final products to three dragons. We’re looking forward to seeing inside out pencil cases and lunch boxes on wheels in the shops soon!!
On Thursday 9th March our Junior Orchestra took part in an orchestral day at Bute House School in Hammersmith. The children had their first experience of playing with other children in an orchestral setting and performed their own composition to parents at the end of the day. Moses in Year 3 said he enjoyed playing his trumpet and playing his first ever solo in a concert.
Year 1 were lucky enough to meet Julia Donaldson today. The children visited Stamford Bridge for an event to celebrate World Book Day. Julia Donaldson read some of her stories to the children and they were able to ask some questions to the author. The children also met the illustrator, Lydia Monks. The event was recorded by Chelsea TV and will be aired on the BBC’s Match of Day programme on Sunday 5th March.
Children celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March with a special readathon assembly. Children were invited to wear a homemade hat which represented their favourite book or their favourite character from a book. We’ve been very impressed with their efforts! The afternoon consisted of various World Book Day activities across the school, including Year 1 who were lucky enough to meet Julia Donaldson.