Wren Class

December 19, 2017

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:37 am

There are  green, pink and purple lights in the sky called the Northern lights. In Finland they have a lot of snow. For Christmas dinner they have mashed potato, mashed swede and pork. The kids like having fun in all the snow. The trees are covered in white snow.

By Harley and Melody

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:34 am

In Finland you can see the Northern Lights which are bright blue and green and swirl. In Finland it is very snowy and its very hard for animals to find food so they give food to the animals for Christmas so they can survive through the snow. They eat vegetable casserole, salmon or pork for Christmas dinner. In Finland Santa comes to your house and gives you the presents.

By George and Charlotte


Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:30 am

In Finland the snow is very deep at Christmas time and even the trees are covered in snow. Santa comes to visit people in their houses and gives them the presents which they open straight away. They eat pork for Christmas dinner or salt fish.


By Shana and Harrison



December 8, 2017

Christmas in Iceland, by Oscar Smith

Filed under: General News — oscarwren @ 9:54 am

In Iceland children put their shoes on the windowsill and they get filled with little goodies by the ‘yuletide lads’! They are playful elves from the mountains who like to play little tricks on people. If you are naughty you might get a letter telling you to be good in your shoe, or a potato!

Some people go to midnight mass on Christmas Eve, this means some people go to church.

Christmas in Italy

Filed under: General News — zarawren @ 9:52 am

For my homework this week I have learned about Christmas in Italy.

In Italy Christmas starts in early December and lasts until the 6th of January.

The 6th of December is called St Nicholas day. Children write letters to St Nicholas asking for gifts. The children then sing a song or read a poem.

On Christmas Eve no food is eaten and this is called a fast day. The festive celebrations start after midnight mass and then Father Christmas brings presents for the children. In Italy Father Christmas is called Babbo Natale. The children aren’t allowed to open their presents until the 6th January which is called Epiphany.

I wish you Buon Natale which means Merry Christmas in Italian.


Christmas in Australia

Filed under: General News — freyawren @ 9:48 am  Tagged , , , ,

Christmas in Australia is celebrated when it’s early summer. They spend Christmas outdoors like on the beach. Their Christmas plants, which flower over the season include Christmas bells, Christmas bush and the Christmas orchid.

Many people do not have a traditional hot roast dinner. Instead they have cold turkey, ham, seafood and salads or a barbecue.

By Freya

Year 3 Homework

Filed under: General News — shanawren @ 9:47 am

Christmas in Kurdistan
You dress up usually in Christmas clothes and then have breakfast and then pray to God 2 times. Also they have two Christmas’s and then they go and celebrate together.

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Christmas wreath blogging

Filed under: General News — bobbywren @ 9:46 am

First we got the polystyrene circle. Then cut out circles of felt in dark green and red. Next we folded the circles in half and then folded it again. After we pinned them on. Then we tied a green ribbon on the top to hang it somewhere. My wreath looked like a holly bush with red berries.


A poem about my wreath by Max

Filed under: General News — maxwren @ 9:45 am

My wreath is red and green

I will hang it for all to be seen

It looks like a poppy

with ribbon the colour of toffee

and encourages me to have a Christmas dream

by max ❤️😎

Wreath blog

Filed under: General News — oscarwren @ 9:44 am


First get a polystyrene circle.

Then get some felt (I got orange).

Get some pins.

Cut circles out of the felt.

Fold the circles two times.

Stick the folded circles onto the polystyrene circle with a pin at the edge.

Do this lots of times until it looks like a wreath.



If you want you can put a bow on to the weath.




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