Spring Term 1 2016-17

An amazing turnout at EYFS Open Morning, linking with Maths and Colour Day

Fantastic performance by everyone in Year 4 at Young Voices

Taking part in the RSPB Big Birdwatch.

Prince and Princess Day in Reception - we even threw confetti as Prince Charming walked his Princess down the aisle!

Congratulations to our Year 6 football team on their silver medlas at the Worsley Cup.

Big thanks to the Fundraising Group for organising and running the disco.

As it is Safer Internet Day 2017, here is an e-Safety message that will be entered in Manchester University's Animation 17 contest.

Art/DT/Music day across the school today.

Year 2 continued their work on Judaism with a workshop run by Manchester Jewish Musuem.

Fairy Tales with a twist in Year 5, thanks to Walkden High media dept.

School Council doing their half-termly litter pick this morning.

Electrifying work on circuits in Year 6.

EYFS have been celebrating Chinese New Year - the Year of the Rooster! Reception tried some traditional Chinese foods, and then both classes came together for the Dragon Dance! Xin Nian Kuai Le!

School Council and Choir took a trip to Abbeyfield, where they provided the residents with some afternoon entertainment.

Reception children measured their feet on the off chance that the slipper Prince Charming found might fit them!

School Council and Mr Standish completed a meter reading to check how much gas and electricity we are using. They will compare this to reading in the summer to see how our energy use changes.

Nursery linked their work on Little Red Riding hood to their maths work - checking how many cupcakes were in Granny's basket.

Year 5 investigated water physics, competing to make the most streamlined shape that would sink to the bottom the fastest.

Year 5 enjoyed an Egyptian workshop this morning.

The wind was used as a learning tool in Nursery; luckily, no-one was blown away!

Year 4 used instruments to investigate how sound is made.

Reception children took part in the RHS Slug It program, they hunted slugs, named them and even had a slug race! The slug called 'Mrs Holden' won!!

Year 2 enjoyed clapping and beating to the pulse on their Glockenspiels during a music session.