Everyone had a fantastic day on Monday visiting the Imperial War Museum and then watching Wanted! Robin Hood at the Lowry theatre. Thanks for inviting me along! What were your highlights of the day?
The total number of bottles used was 521!
The winner of the competition was Charlotte in 6SH.
Year 1 had a fantastic day on Friday. The classroom became an elf workshop as they made Christmas decorations. Everyone looked wonderful too, don’t you think?
The Year 6 maths superstars were in action at a Maths Tournament at Fulwood & Cadley!
Mr. Whelan went to pick the children up and managed to catch the last round. Some of the children answered the questions much faster than Mr. Whelan!
They were superb!
They came 2nd!
Well done to Thomas, Arslian, Fahad and Safwan.
We have been learning all about The British Isles!
Today the children made maps of the highlands and recorded videos to promote tourism in Edinburgh! Have a look! Would you like to go now you have seen the video?
We also tasted vegetarian haggis, neeps and tatties! We now know how to celebrate a good Scottish New Year!
The igloo collapsed during a maths lesson! However, we will not be beaten and an all new igloo will rise again!
The competition to guess the number of bottles used is still on!
Thanks for all your support!
We have been practising and refining our dance based on the poem, The Mean Machine. Next Tuesday, we should be ready to perform our finalised dance to another class in school.
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Year 1 finally caught a dragon in their lair! If you’re brave enough, come along and visit him.
Don’t forget to join in our competition! How many bottles will it take to make the school igloo? The closest answer will win a treat for themselves and some friends in the completed igloo!
Right, to make it fair, you can only have one guess! So, if you’ve had a few guesses, you’ll need to select one.
We followed the recipe for Tudor Pottage in class today and made this 16th century recipe for us to try. Did you enjoy it?
Dragons arrived in Year One to help the children write about the day they met a dragon.
The children acted out stories, drew story maps and asked a dragon questions!
One of the dragon looked very similar to Mr. Wilson.
The children have also been building a giant dragon to fly above their giants lair!
Pop in to take a look!
Fiercesome monsters were lurking in the classrooms. What did you think of the week?
This week we have been looking at multiplication.
We have decided that we can do any multiplication in the world (if we are secure on our tables!)
Check out the following links to help you understand the grid method for multiplication.
The school football team got back on track tonight with an 11-0 victory in the second round of the Harold Slater Shield.
A fantastic team performance with goals from all over the park.
Our Man-Of-The-Match, Charlie didn’t score but got a number of assists from both wings.