The Forest School after school club continued to develop our new Family Garden area. The children worked together developing their team skills to fill the new planters with soil. The after school club are asking for donations of old children's Wellington boots for a secret project.
We’re all in this together Performance TrackWe’re all in this together Backing TrackWalking on sunshine (performance track)We’re all in this together Backing TrackMilitary Wives - Sing (Instrumental)
The Year 5 and 6 Forest School after school club, spent the lesson looking for stones, for a project that we will be undertaking. Unfortunately stones were difficult to find on the field, until this huge boulder was spotted buried deep in the soil. Undeterred by its depth the children used sticks and an old plastic toy before returning to...
By Lewis Carroll
’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.
“Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
The frumious Bandersnatch!”
He took his vorpal sword in hand;
Long time the manxome foe he sought—
So rested he by the Tumtum tree
During Forest School after school club we had a delivery of tyres from 'Parkers Tyres and Autocare' (190 Rochdale road behind Middleton Cars). Steve very kindly donated and delivered the tyres to school for use by Reception class. Watch this space to see what Reception class do with them. Thanks again to Steve.
Forest school after school club was rather wet this afternoon, but it did not stop the children being busy. They all had fun working together, pulling up the weeds from the flower bed ready for planting .
The children and staff enjoyed a fantastic Sports Day in the beautiful sunshine. The United Kingdom were the winning team well done to all the children on that team. Thank you to the staff and Year 6 children who kept us supplied with plenty of water to drink. Thank you to all parents who attended and offered their support on...
Very proud of our Digital Citizens in Year 5. Digital citizenship means learning how to use technology in ways that are appropriate, responsible and intelligent. Year 5 have been learning the consequences of photo sharing.
The children have really enjoyed learning about Australia as part of our Geography, English, DT and Science topics!
This week the children designed, created and evaluated a simple boomerang!
They have been learning about Aboriginal artefacts. Watch out!
Year 2 enjoyed a fantastic day at Blackpool Zoo!
We had great fun learning about a range of different animals from all around the world!
The children especially enjoyed the interactive talk with a Zoo leader which was all about Australian animals!
Well done Year 2 for your fantastic behaviour.
This week the children had fun making things with 20 sticks. They all came up with their own individual ideas these included a variety of houses, a rainbow, a boat, a heart, a bug hotel and jail! Well done to you all for your hard work.
Next week is Key Stage 2's last Forest School session. After half term Key Stage 1 will...
Year 1 have had a very fun and exciting day at Blackpool Zoo! We got to see lots of different types of animals and some of them we had never seen before! We used our scientific knowledge and vocabulary to talk about the features of the different animals and what they might like to eat. The most exciting part...
Reception class visited Build a Bear today.
The children choose the fur, added the stuffing, each child added a heart . The bear was then sewn up and dressed in a school uniform. Finally he was named, given a birth certificate and brought back to school .
Welcome to the newest member of reception class 'John the dog'.
This week Year 1 have had a special visitor to teach us all about music. A lady called Mrs Lindop came in and she taught us how to sing an African song, move to the beat of the music and also use instruments to the beat of the music. We had lots of fun and we really enjoyed ourselves. ...
Year 4 had a brilliant time learning about Anglo-Saxon Britain at Tatton Park. We were surprised on arrival by an Anglo-Saxon hunter then led to be trained up in every day Saxon skills to be sold off as slaves to the Vikings!! We learned how to grind wheat to make flour with limited ingredients, what materials we could use...