Autumn 1 2017-18

Mr. Boyden came into school to collect the shoeboxes ready for their trip to Romania - thanks again to everyone who made up a shoebox.

EYFS Phonics Workshop and Open Morning was well attended - thanks to everyone who came, it's always great to see adult involved with their children's learning.

School Council woke themselves up this morning with a litter pick around the school grounds

Year 6's Maths Workshop and Open Morning was well attended by parents looking for a challenge!

We all walkded to St. Paul's Church for our Harvest Assembly - well done to Year 5 for running it.

The new school council members have had their first session with Mr. Morris, reading school's energy meters.

As part of their Science work, Year 5 enjoyed a trip to Catalyst museum.

Dough Disco has been an early-morning hit in Reception Not so much of a hit with the cleaning staff!

Year 3 visited St. Paul's Church for 'Experience Harvest'.

Year 4 visited Christ the King Roman Catholic Church.

More action from Lledr Hall - some very tired faces returned on Wednesday afternoon.

As part of their Learning Challenge topic, Year 1 investigated their senses.

Year 5 spent their maths lesson investigating fractions.

All of Year 6 enjoyed their first day of activities at Lledr Hall.

Well done to our School Council, who were brilliant at drumming up support for our M & S Energy Fund bid during a trip to our local M & S Food store.

Year 1 enjoyed meeting an array of feather, scaled and slimy friends, courtesy of Animals Take Over.

As part of their Learning Challenge topic on World War II, Year 6 visited Stockport Air Raid shelter.

Year 5 used their DT Day to design and make glove puppets.

Congratulations to our Hockey players, who were runners-up in a local tournament.

Children from Key Stage 2 enjoyed Bug Hunting and Pond Dipping in the allotment with Mrs Wilson.

Year 4 have made paper protoypes of Roman Shoes - the real things come later!

Year 2 sketched St. Paul's church, then used their impressionist skills to colour it.

Children from Years 5 and 6 have been taking part in 'Bikeability' sessions.

Reception enjoyed baking in the Community Kitchen.

Half and half self-portraits in Year 1.

The spirit of Van Gogh alive and well in Year 2 as they work on impressionism.

Straight back into the swing of things in Year 6 - place value loop cards in Maths.

Year 4 reenacted the founding of Rome with Romelus and Remus.