Summer Show

Lest we ever forget Aladdin’s amazing xylophone, or indeed Queen Victoria’s babysitter!..enjoy the photos and the memories.

 


 

Sports Day

An energetic and fun-filled Friday was enjoyed by all in Bruce Castle Park.  A big thank-you to parents and friends and of course, thank-you to the beautiful sunshine…

 

 

Tottenham Winter Performance

As Coniston Road became Lizard Street, the Primary children amazed us again with their adaptation of Krindlekrax. A very special thanks to Tara who came in from Hackney Shed to help realise it all…and as always, wonderful performances on piano, recorder,ukulele and of course the heartwarming voices of our beautiful children.

Carol Singing

Well, it’s that time of year again – a favourite for the children -when we bring some Sunrise sounds to the underground! The halls of Westminster Tube Station were certainly cheered up on a chilly Friday evening by the spirited voices of all who turned out for our annual Carol singing event…and if you missed it, you can come along on the 14th!

summer cultural show

 

Drawing to the end of another year, we were treated again to wonderful performances by the children and a truly brilliant production of ‘The Forest Child’,which was carefully knit together by Anna. A big thank-you to all the actors, singers and musicians who made the sun shine in our hearts…and of course to the bull frogs…

 

Sports Day – Nursery and Primary

Congratulations to all – children and parents – who ran, jumped, balanced and tumbled for sports day and indeed World Sports Day on Monday 25th. With a ukulele opening ceremony to kick off events and some sunshine (we all know how rare that is these days!), it was nothing short of being perfect. Enjoy the pics…

Good news!

A big thank-you to Fernando Rodriguez ( a Stoke Newington parent) who shared Sunrise’s fundraising story with his company XEROX. Impressed by the good work done by all at Sunrise, they have agreed to donate £1000 towards the mini bus fund.

Babanamkevlam

Happy Birthday Baba

To celebrate Ananda Purnima, we held a tree planting ceremony at Sunrise Primary School.  The tree is there to remind us of Baba and Universal Love.

“May the wind bring blessings with it! May the ocean yield felicity! Our herbs be blissful! Day and night be sweet! May the dust particles be blissful! May the world’s spiritual realm and the venerable ancestors prove sweet!  May our plants be charming! May the sun shower felicity! May our animals be blessed Love is sweet, Love is sweet, Love is sweet.”******************

 

As part of  the Ananda Purnima celebrations, the children visited the local Care Home where they sang so beautifully, filling the room with their innate sweetness.  Thank you to the Primary children who bring so much happy energy to the elderly on their visits.

Annual Vegetarian Lunch

A great day was shared by all.  Didi waved her culinary wand again this year and created another delicious feast. We were also treated to wonderful performances by the Primary School children and the rare treat of Opera Arias and Traditional songs from Grace Power. Thanks to all who gave their time and support.  

 

 

Healing Day

A big thank you to everyone who attended the Healing Day at the Stoke Newington nursery on Sunday. There was a wonderful atmosphere of peace and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all in attendance. Thank you also to the practitioners , chefs and bakers (of the Chill Cafe where we were fed and watered with love food and drinks throughout the day)who donated their time and particularly to Sarah and Elly for organising the event. £318.92 was raised and will join the fund for the new school minibus.