Ormesby Village Junior School

ORMESBY'S GOT TALENT - 2018

Well done to everyone who entered this year's competition. You should all be very proud of yourselves.  From the heats 4 finalists were selected, which was held on Tuesday 18th December in front of the whole school. 

The judges were very generous with their scores. The overall winners were 'AB Girls' - Alaya and Bijou.

A huge thank you to all our house captains for organising this event.


CHRISTINGLE SERVICE - 2018


Once again parents, relatives and friends joined us for our annual Christingle service, which was held at St. Margaret's Church, Ormesby . The children and choir sang a selection of Christmas Carols to a full congregation. It was lovely to see so many children with their Christingle Candles filled with coins, which supports the Children's Society.

BAUBLES

This Year's 3/4 play, Baubles, was a resounding success.  Well done to all the performers, directors and producers - alias Mrs Gooch, Mrs Angel and Mrs Holt.

We mustn't forget the staff that came in the evenings.

Finally, thank you to the parents for the fantastic costumes and for supporting the children.


HARVEST FESTIVAL - 2018



Once again our annual Harvest festival was held at St. Margaret's Church, Ormesby.  Parents and carers joined the pupils in the service - singing hymns and listening to the choir singing and dancing in the aisles.

Yrs. 3/4 children performed their own poem about Harvest while Yrs. 5/6 performed a rap.

Our children donated  a selection of tins and packets of food which will be donated to the Salvation Army.

We would like to thank you for remembering those less fortunate than ourselves and we are sure the Salvation Army will receive your kind gifts with open arms.

A heartfelt thank you again.

Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies - 2018

Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies was a resounding success.  Well done to all Yr 5 & 6 performers who, not only performed in front of relatives but the children of the Infant school.

Finally, thank you to the parents for supporting the children.