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Year 4 Sketching, by Mrs Hover

Date: 25th May 2022 @ 4:22pm

Here are some Henri Rousseau inspired sketches of our rainforest animals ready to finish and paint after half term :)

Planting, by Mrs Wheatcroft

Date: 24th May 2022 @ 12:30pm

We have enjoyed planting our wildflower seeds ready to put in the Quiet Garden.

Outdoor classroom, by Mrs Wheatcroft

Date: 24th May 2022 @ 12:27pm

We have been enjoying working outside this week. Lots of sharing, teamwork and fun!

Y1 Forest Schools, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 22nd May 2022 @ 10:22am

Y1 had a great day with Mr Hadfield at Forest Schools exploring our wooded area, looking for minibeasts and items of beauty within our enviornment, accessing quiet time and using our senses to notice the world around us, making hedgehogs out of clay and displaying them in our outside art gallery and toasting marshmallows on our outdoor fire. Lots of fun and learning was had by all!

Bake sale, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 22nd May 2022 @ 10:05am

PTA Bake Sale

Thank you so much to everyone who supported our cake sale by contributing and / or buying cakes at the end of the school day. What an incredibly creative array of designs there were on the theme of Celebration! A total of £290.30 was raised, all of which will go towards PTA funded projects. A special thank you to Catherine Golightly and her team of volunteers for organising and running the event. 


Y1 Sensory garden, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 22nd May 2022 @ 10:00am

Y1 have been busy preparing their quadrant in the sensory garden.

We have been painting bottle tops and old pieces of wood to make flowers, which will be displayed in the area once they are dry.

We've been planting sunflower seeds and garlic chive seeds in our recycled milk bottles, using the milk bottles as mini greenhouses to aid germination. Keep your eye out for our bunting which will be hung in our quadrant.

Year 3 Residential, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 13th May 2022 @ 4:00pm

Year 3 had a fabulous time at the Tattenhall Education Centre. We've willow weaved, done lots of team building, built shelters and fire and cooked our own bread. All finished off with a trip to the ice cream farm. You were all a pleasure to spend the last two days with. We couldn't be prouder of our amazing superstars!

Gazebo Day 2, by Miss Jones

Date: 11th May 2022 @ 3:37pm

Today the weather was too wet to set the gazebo up outside so Year One and Jacob moved indoors. We warmed up by playing the game where the children had to clap to catch Bob the fish. We then continued to read the story and acted climbing up to the castle, going inside and meeting the giant! We were so surprised to find out that the giant was friendly. We then acted out cooking a meal from the giant to Jack. After that we climbed back down the beanstalk but it SNAPPED! The giant cried as he couldn’t get back to his castle. We then made and decorated our own leaves to put on a beanstalk.


The children have been absolute super stars and really enjoyed the last two days!

Year 4 Residential Photos!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 11th May 2022 @ 2:50pm

Wow! What a fantastic residential! We have done so much in two days and the children have been amazing! We tried to send some of the photos last night but we were having internet troubles.  They are all here now! Enjoy! :)

Gazebo Day, by Miss Jones

Date: 10th May 2022 @ 3:45pm

Year One have been so lucky to spend their day in this incredible gazebo with Jacob from The Storyhouse.

We began by playing a game called ‘The Finger of Doom’ to get to know everybody’s name - this was very funny as the rules kept changing. We then started to read the story of Jack and the Baked Beanstalk. We acted out walking to market - the children were fantastic at demonstrating how sad and hungry they might have felt.

We then designed our own colourful labels for a tin of baked beans which we then got to keep take home. We were also given a bean to plant in our tins once we’ve eaten up our baked beans!

Thank you passion for learning and Jacob.

Y4 Poems, by Mrs Hover

Date: 3rd May 2022 @ 9:03pm

 After studying the poem 'Windrush Child' by John Agard, we learnt more about the Windrush Generation.  We then created our own poems pretending we were going on a big journey away from home.

Y5 Golf, by Mrs Percival

Date: 3rd May 2022 @ 3:58pm

Have a look at our golf session with Mr Derbyshire today.....no wonder we won the golf tournament last week,

Y5 National Dance Day, by Mrs Percival

Date: 2nd May 2022 @ 6:10pm

We took part in a National Dance Day dance with over 4,000 children from other schools. We had great fun singing along to the song and dancing with Kelly from Amasing.

Y4's first Brass Lesson and our Raft Race!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 26th Apr 2022 @ 4:08pm

Y4 Boat making, by Mrs Hover

Date: 3rd Apr 2022 @ 6:38am

Year 4 have been making boats in different sizes and out of different materials to see which boats float the best.  After Easter we will be making mini rafts for our Year 4 raft race!

Year 2 Dragon Eyes, by Miss Jones

Date: 28th Mar 2022 @ 4:59pm

Year 2 have worked so hard with researching, designing and making their own dragon eyes using clay. We can't wait for them to dry out so that they can come home. 

Great work Year 2!

Y5 Amasing drumming, by Mrs Percival

Date: 21st Mar 2022 @ 11:55am

We had a great time drumming with the people from Amasing. We managed to keep some very complicated beat patterns going.

Y2 Forest School, by Miss Anders

Date: 18th Mar 2022 @ 3:45pm

Today Year 2 enjoyed a day of Forest school with Mr Hadfield. Luckily, the sun was shining! 

We started by looking at a range of interesting objects that Mr Hadfield had brought to show us including herbivore and carnivore skulls and different birds' nests. We listened to see if we could identify some of the birdsong in our school grounds and watched a magpie flying to and from its nest at the top of one of the trees in our school grounds.

Next we worked together to make a  'boy size' shelter using natural materials and in small groups we made 'homes' for a range of superheroes and toy figures. There were even tennis courts and hot tubs included!

Using a dragons sneeze we burned materials such as teabags and cotton wool but one of our favourite activities was toasting marshmallows by the fire pit - delicious!

Mr Hadfield finished off the day by reading the book 'The King of Tiny Things' and then we went  hunting for minibeasts. We found slugs, ladybirds, woodlice and plenty of worms! 

We all had a fantastic day learning more about our school grounds!

Gymnastics, by Miss Young

Date: 15th Mar 2022 @ 5:33pm

During the Spring 2 term, Year 6 have been partaking in Gymnastics sessions with the main focus being 'team work'. They've used their own body weight to support one another and also ensure they communicate effectively when problem solving. 

Evolution and Inheritance, by Miss Young

Date: 15th Mar 2022 @ 5:25pm

Year 6 have started to explore 'Evolution and Inheritance' in our Science lessons. 

We used our arm span as a measure of time, beginning with the Big Bang bringing us to the Present day. 

AmaSing, by Miss Young

Date: 15th Mar 2022 @ 5:21pm

Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed their first session with Asling and the opportunity to hear our song 'Just Believe', attached for you to sing along and practise at home- https://amasing.org.uk/project/just-believe/


We were then joined by Alex and James from Amasing and loved their drums workshop. 

Y5 World Book Day, by Mrs Percival

Date: 15th Mar 2022 @ 12:58pm

Thank you to the PTA for our new reading books. We have been eager to start reading them

Year 4 Roman Bread and an AmaSing workshop!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 8th Mar 2022 @ 8:19pm

Today we tasted different types of bread and baked our very own Roman bread dipped in olive oil or honey.  Some children even tried olives for the first time!  

Yesterday we had a brilliant workshop with the AmaSing team where we learnt more Samba drumming and dancing!

Science Sorting!, by Miss Jones

Date: 8th Mar 2022 @ 2:18pm

In science we were learning about the properties of different materials and working in groups to sort them! Lots of little future scientists in making! 

Year 1 and 2 AmaSing workshop, by Miss Jones

Date: 7th Mar 2022 @ 9:32am

Year 1 and 2 enjoyed their AmaSing workshop this morning. We clapped and sang different rhythms and did movements to music. It was a great way to start our Monday. 

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