Each class completed lots of fun activities linked with Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Succot. Here is a selection from each class.
In Nursery, Rosh Hashanah means the children paint and print with apples and it gets really messy! They also tasted apples dipped in honey, which was delicious!
Reception enjoyed tasting apples dipped in honey and writing down their descriptive words. They also made cards to take home, drawing around shapes to make either apples or honey or bees!
In Year 1 the children printed beautiful Rosh Hashanah cards using bubble wrap as well as their thumbs to make bees on a honeycomb. They enjoyed learning Rosh Hashanah songs and eating apple, honey as well as honeycake.
The children in Year Two had a great time acting out the Yonah story in class. They imagined that they were sailing on the sea and then watching Yonah getting swallowed up by the big fish! Thankfully, after saying sorry, the fish spat him out and now he is alive and well.
Year 3 enjoyed doing some terrific Sukkot activities over Chol Hamoed. They have built their very own model Sukkot based on the Mishnah in Sukkot. Some of them were Kosher and some of the Sukkot were not! Just ask Year 3 and they will explain all the rules to you. They also enjoyed visiting the school Sukkah.
Year 4 really enjoyed making their Rosh Hashanah wordle cards to give to friends and family.
The children in Year 5 really enjoyed making their pop up Rosh Hashanah cards to give to their friends and family. They also enjoyed tasting apple and honey for Rosh Hashana.
In Year 6 it was all about using watercolours to create beautiful cards with seasonal motifs and the children added some Hebrew greetings and a personal message.
Lots of classes were very excited to meet the TRIBE truck in the school carpark, during Succot week. They sang and danced to Simcha music and received a bag full of goodies from the Tribe staff. There was lots of cheer all round.