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Gedney Church End Primary SchoolWelcome to Jaguars Class

Best Work and Stars of the Week

LIVES First Aid Training

Jaguars took part in LIVES first aid training on Monday 19th April. As you can see from the photos they all joined in with the training and came away with first aid skills and knowledge.

Red Nose Day

The children of Jaguars class made a great effort for Comic Relief on Friday. Here are a few photos of them having fun at break time.

Carol Service Preparations

This morning some of Year 6 decorated the trees and plants on path to the church with decorations made by children throughout the school in readiness for the outdoor carol service.


Yesterday Jaguars made Christingles. They learned that Christingle means ‘Christ’s light’ and Christians use them to celebrate Jesus as the Light of the World. They were reminded about what each part of the Christingle means:

Fruit/sweets represent fruits of the Earth.
Lit candle represents Jesus as the Light of the World.
4 sticks represent the 4 compass points and the 4 seasons .
Red ribbon represents the blood of Jesus and
The orange represents the World.

We walked to the Church for photographs and then lit the Christingles in class, as we were unable to hold our normal service in Church this year.

Christmas Jumper Day

We have had a range of shop bought and homemade jumpers this year and we think they all looked great!! So far today we have raised £56.95 for Save The Children.

Jaguars enjoying the snow!

24 Hour Challenge

On Friday Jaguars took part in the Joe Wicks Children In need 24 hour challenge. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves, even in the limited space of the clasroom.

Bug Hunting

As part of their Beat Creator topic, Jaguars went ‘bug hunting’ in the school grounds.

Remembrance Pebbles

Last week Jaguars painted Remembrance pebbles. They have formed part of the School’s Remembrance display. They worked carefully designing, planning and then painting their pebbles.