Chick eggs were delivered and our reception classes egg-citedly watched for signs of hatching. By Wednesday our chicklets had cracked it! All safely broken free of their eggs. They were moved to their brooder box where they could fluff up and hen-joy meeting their brothers and sisters. Meanwhile, the rest of the school don't need to call fowl as they are able to 'cluck' on a link to monitor our feathered friends via our famous chick-cam webcam.
As an introduction to their new topic, year 3 visited Fleetwood where they investigated the habitat of sea creatures in the Wyre estuary. Looks like they had a crabtivating time!
Our Waterpark wanderers continue on their journey of discovery and adventure.
On Friday, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 had Easter workshops delivered by Blackpool School and Youth Work. These were interactive sessions explaining the Easter story and allowed the children to think about how and why Christians celebrate Easter.
Just a stones throw from Coniston lake, our Revoe adventurers were rocking the ghyll scrambling look while our other team hung around in the tree tops.
Day 2 and our Waterpark adventurers continued having a splashing time on Coniston lake. But if you thought it was all about water sports....I'm a frayed knot! as our Waterpark veterans found out with a high ropes leap of faith.
Our Waterpark explorers were out on expedition yesterday - ghyll scrambling, canoeing and on a mountainous hike.
Year 4 visited the Liverpool World Museum to see their amazing collections of artefacts. They discovered Egyption mummies, dinosaur bones and even space rockets.
In closely fought games last week, the RLA girls football team drew against Baines Endowed and were just edged by Thames in an end to end 12 goal thriller. All the teams displayed lots of skill and sportsmanship and the girls were a credit to themselves with some playing in their first competitive games. Well done girls and a big thanks to all parents who supported.
Last week our police cadets met and talked with the Chief Constable at Western Division headquarters. They were each presented with framed certificates and photographed for the Gazette after their 17 week mini cadet scheme.
We welcomed Parent Zone to Revoe who taught us how to 'Be Internet Legends' by being Sharp, Alert, Secure, Kind & Brave. With the help of Google Interland characters we learnt to Play Safe, Learn Safe and Stay Safe when online.
Year 5 headed to Martin Mere this week where they explored the wetland habitats of many animals and even had the chance to complete an educational pond dipping session. All children were a credit to the school and many members of the public complimented their good behaviour.