Year 2 had some special visitors today from Liverpool Hope University. The students came to teach the children all about algorhithms using unplugged ICT which is where the pupils don’t use a computer and make themselves a human computer that can follow instructions. They had to give each other instructions on how to ice cakes, … Continued
Hope University ICT with Year 2
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Congratulations to all of the children who won certificates in today’s praise assembly.
During last half term Cobalt housing set up a competition where children had been invited to enter a design-a-superhero competition, name it, and give them a super power – a child from each school would win a prize, and they could pick up superhero masks and balloons. Today we received a package from Cobalt Housing … Continued
This morning we celebrated our pupils who received 100% attendance for the whole of the autumn term! We also celebrated our classes which had the highest attendance over the half term Mrs. Yates class, 3CY won winning the highest attendance over the half term meaning they received loads of games as well as arts and … Continued
On Monday we had a very special guest, Fay, Come to speak to our Key Stage 2 pupils about her experiences during the holocaust. The pupils were so respectful to our guest and asked some brilliant questions afterwards.
The children have had a great day at the annual Christmas Fayre. We will upload some photographs very soon. 123456►
Well done to our school drama club who performed Ebeneezer Scrooge for the whole school this morning. They all did brilliantly remembering lots of lines, you could really tell that they had practiced a lot. Thank you to our visitors who came to watch the show, we always love having you in our school to … Continued
A huge thank you to all of our families who came into school to watch our EYFS Christmas Performance. The children performed brilliantly on the day, we are very proud of them! Take a look at some of the photographs below.
On Friday, Chartwells, our catering company came in to show our pupils how easy and fun cooking can be. Two teachers, Mr Lewis (Red Team) and Miss Parr (Green Team) battled it out with the help of some budding young chefs in year 5 and 6. Whilst both teams were cooking other pupils were invited … Continued
Today our pupil council met to discuss some ideas on how to improve our school. If you have any ideas or suggestions please see a pupil council member, they are easily visible in their red pullovers. IMG_0585 ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 2