Year 6 are learning about politics and democracy. With the help of UK Parliament's Education and Engagement Officer, they have been role playing Parliament and the House of Lords to find out how laws and amendments are debated.
Our Healthy Living Club have been busy cooking up tasty gourmet meals. Today's choice is cheese and tomato quiche and last week they cooked up healthy pitta pockets, made with wholemeal pitta bread and reduced fat cheese. Yum!
Breakfast kick-starts your body and gives you the energy you need to get things done and help you focus at school. It's the most important meal of the day. So, year 3 spent some of the money they've earned through Business Enterprise to explore different food options to give their bodies the best start to the day.
Year 3 made their classroom into a sacred Stone Age cave. They drew cave paintings on the walls and in the dark and looked at them by torchlight.
Rick Clement, British Army hero and motivational speaker is joining our year 6 children during PE to develop team building.
Children from year 5 and 6 visited a careers event held at Blackpool Pleasure Beach where they learnt more about different occupations and what choices they needed to make to achieve their dream job.
Some fun bubbly creations made by our clever science club boffins.
With help from expert creators from Revoelution, Year 5 have been working together to design and build interesting and unusual shapes for their lanterns ready for Thursday's Winter Festival and spectacular lantern parade around Revoe park.
Year three kicked off their Scavengers and settlers topic by building shelters. It was lots of fun and we considered what it was like to live in the Stone Age.
As part of our IPC topic ‘Feel the Force,’ we designed and made marble runs from recycled rubbish donated from home. We used these to discover different types of forces involved in a marble run. We had loads of fun selecting and building with our materials.
This week we have been busy exploring different shapes. We have been drawing shapes and thinking what they look like. On Thursday, we enjoyed going on a "Shape Walk" where we walked around the school looking for shapes that had been hidden.
Our Revoe and Devonshire Primary Academy police cadets were joined by the mounted branch and learn about how they are used within the police force.