Yesterday was a very emotional day of goodbyes. I’ve had the pleasure of watching your children grow and flourish over the past two years (some even less) they are lovely children who all have the potential for achieving great things.
Well that is it… our time in Year One has come to an end! We have had such a lovely last day!
Just a quick message from me. I just want to say how much I have enjoyed teaching your children this year and watching them grow and progress across the year. It has been an absolute pleasure and I will miss every one of them!
Have a lovely, safe summer.
Miss Carter 🙂
Year 5 had an illuminating experience when they went to Daven to learn about the science of fireworks.
Reception Class organised a whole school ‘Yellow Day’ to help raise money for East Cheshire Hospice.
The children could come into school dressed in yellow clothes. Also, if they wanted to they could plant a sunflower seed to take home to grow.
In the afternoon, the children had a special visitor come to see them – “Sunny The Dog”.
Thank to everyone who donated money.
This week has been ‘Forest School Week’. The aim of the week was to introduce all of the school to different aspects of the forest school style of learning and to raise money to develop of forest area. We also took the opportunity to complete some house team based activities.
On Monday, the whole school split off into their house teams in the afternoon. They took part in 4 different activities across the course of the afternoon. Each team worked on a carousel of activities, one completing a natural activity in the woods, one decorating stones, one creating their team flag for sports day and one classroom activity about the animal they sponsor in their house teams.
The children were also set other challenges across the week. These included; creating a nature shoe box, den building, a themed ‘Thumbs Up Thursday’ which included creating natural photo frames and a natural scavenger hunt in some classes.