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School has now re-opened for EYFS; Year 1; children of keyworkers and a Year 6 bubble. Any questions or queries please contact the school office Monday - Friday 8:30am - 3:30pm. Thank you :)*****Weekly homelearning projects, activities, ideas and guidance can be found in the Children tab, click on Class Pages :) ************Zoom meetings are still happening! If you need a password email admin@northcrescent.org or homelearning@northcrescent.org and we will send it to you again :)******You can play TTRS and Sumdog all summer!

St. George's Day

St George's Day 

St George's Day is celebrated on 23rd April each year.

It's a great excuse to enjoy or learn about some of England's customs and traditions, and also to think about knights and castles and dragons!

The story of St George in playmobil animation by Samuel (age 4)

Could you retell the story of St. George?

Make some St. George's Day biscuits and other ideas.

Make a dragon out of paper plates.

Paint two paper plates each in contrasting colours. Cut one in half to create the dragon’s body and then draw the head, tails and wings onto the other one. Carefully cut these out. With the flat edge of the body at the bottom, use PVA glue to attach the head on the left corner and the tail on the right. For the wings, attach one to the front of the plate on the top curved edge, and the other behind next to it (see image below to see how this should look). Stick on some googly eyes and give your dragon a smiley or fierce mouth. Finally, paint a lolly-pop stick green (or the same colour as the body), and attach this to the bottom of your dragon on the reverse of the plate.

The story of St George and the Dragon in Song

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