This week Reception have got a new role play. We have been working together to be a customer and a shop keeper. We thought about the language we need to use, such as 'next please?' 'How much is it?' The children have been writing their own shopping lists of what they want to buy. We have also been looking at money and what we do with it. The children enjoy talking to each other about how much each shopping trip costs.
Year 2 enjoyed a trip to Beacon Fell where they participated in walking and den building activities as part of their Science Topic.
Bletchley Park visited Revoe and taught us how to create coded messages using the incredible WW2 Enigma machine.
We tasted lots of food from the Mediterranean. Most of us were brave and tried all of them - sardines, olives, bread, vine tomatoes, chorizo and cous cous!
It's Pizza day!. Each class choose and apply their own tasty toppings which are then cooked ready for lunch.
Year 3 went to study different types of rocks at Rossall point. They also got to see inside the lifeguard watch tower and learned about the radars and equipment used.
Year 2 were very excited to discover a trail to a letter left by the Easter Bunny.
Well done to our joke competition winners - part of our making language fun initiative which encourages speaking & listening in class.
Parents and pupils were able to enjoy Year 3 and 4's exciting street dance Easter production with gravity defying breakdance skills on show.
Year 5 have been working with the Headstart programme and presented an assembly on 'resilience' in front of pupils and parents.
Our RLA girls football team have been really busy this half term. Training only began in February and for all of the girls it was their first experience of playing football. Girls from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 all attended training and quickly developed their skills. Matches against Unity and CTK went well and the girls performed admirably against more experienced opposition. Despite their best efforts, both these games were lost. On the 28th March 2017, Revoe played Roseacre at Stanley Park, cheered on by a bumper crowd; the game ebbed and flowed as both teams passed up goal scoring opportunities, with Chloe performing heroics in the Revoe goal. The match seemed destined for a draw, when up steps Isabelle in the last minute, she goes on a mazy run from the half way line, bludgeons through a couple of challenges and rifles the ball in to the net. The girls went crazy and RLA girls team have won their first match of the year. A fabulous effort from all the girls, who have been a real pleasure to work with, showing excellent dedication and resilience to learn new skills and improve in their performance. A big thank you to all parents who attended the matches and a huge well done to the girls: Chloe, Isabelle, Zinia, Naomi, Brooke, Sumaiyah, Lily, Aliyah, Nuzhat & Eshika.
The Changing Horizons event hosted at the Winter Gardens aims to raise aspirations. Year 6 learnt about career opportunities and entry routes into apprenticeships and higher education to help them in their future endeavours.