Eid ul-fitr 2021
Many of our Muslim families have been celebrating Eid ul-fitr, following the month of Ramadan.
Ramadan is a month when Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset and spend time in self reflection. Eid ul-fitr is a time after the sacrifice and dedication, when families and communities can come together to celebrate and enjoy everyday blessings.
Children have been wearing their special clothes to school and some families have brought in delicious food for the children and staff to eat and enjoy.
Thank you very much for all the lovely treats that have been shared with the Churchend community.
Red Nose Day 2021
We had great fun on Red Nose Day this year! School Council organised a fun day of red wearing, joke telling superheroes!
We put the FUN in FUNdraising and helped to support the charity work of Comic Relief.
World Book Day 2021
We celebrated our love of reading and stories by dressing up as our favourite book characters and having lots of fun!
There was a Mad Hatter's tea party, a trip to Hogwarts to study potions and a peek inside Paddington's suitcase! Children made their own bookmarks, interviewed characters, designed illustrations and recommended their best reads.
Staff had created some incredible "Masked Reader" videos which the children really enjoyed watching and working out who the mystery reader was.
We had an amazing day!
Here are some ideas and challenges to help all our children and their families while we are not in school together.
Some link to our school values and some are just for bit of fun.
Try them by yourself or with your family.
You can share photos and video with the school Facebook page using
We would love to see what you are getting up to. You never know the staff might join in too...!