On Tuesday 14th November 2H and all of Year 2 went to the cinema in Romford. We were lucky enough to watch The Emoji movie. Other schools were there too. We really enjoyed the film. Aayra thought the film was “really exciting,” and Thomas said “the film made us all laugh because it was really funny.” When we got back to school we wrote about our favourite emoji. 2H gave the film 5 stars!!
On Tuesday, we went to the cinema with the other Year 2 classes.
We walked from school to the Brewery to watch the Emoji Movie. We walked quietly in to the cinema as the movie was starting. We ate our raisins and started to watch the film. We really enjoyed the movie. Our favourite parts was when Gene was trying to guess the password for the firewall. We also liked the ending when all the emoji’s were doing the Emoji Pop as well as when jailbreak showed us that she was actually the Princess.
When the movie had finished we were all dancing to the music. We had a lot of fun!
On Tuesday we went to the cinema. We had a long walk to get there and we went under a subway. We had a good time at the cinema watching the Emoji movie. The emojis were funny but some parts of the movie were sad. We made our teachers very proud with our excellent behaviour. We sat really well and listened quietly.
On Saturday, 14th October, seventeen members of Year 6 attended the National Pilgrimage at Westminster Abbey to celebrate the life of St Edward the Confessor. Having walked from Waterloo Station, the children arrived as ‘walking pilgrims’ and had their feet washed by a member of the clergy. They then attended a musical production on the life of St Edward, followed by a Eucharist Service, at which eight of the children read the intercessions. After lunch, the children took part in Shrine Prayers and made pilgrim badges before attending Choral Evensong. Many people commented on the children’s wonderful reading and the reverent way in which they took part in the Evensong procession carrying our school banner.
Thank you to everyone who gave so generously to our Harvest Festival appeal. All the food was taken to the Romford Food Bank at St Edward’s Church last Friday. Some members of Year 6 gave up their time to sort and pack the food ready for the Food Bank.