Children from year 3 and 4 had a great time at the Blackpool 6th Form Basketball Festival. Basketball is a great way to learn how teamwork and cooperation can help win games and our team were able to develop new skills while working together and learn how to introduce these new skills into games.
What an incredible night we've had with our talented RLA pupils!!!....singing with over 8000 other children, dancing, French plaits, glitter, signed autographs from the cast for Gabi's birthday, more singing and even more dancing!!!
After the wintery weather the children in the Learning Garden found ways to make their our own snow. They had so much fun having 'snow ball fights', making 'snow angels' and making tracks with their scooters and bikes.
Year 6 taste tested delicious, healthy and ethical plant-based alternative foods and discussed how a sustainable meat free diet can help protect our environment by producing less greenhouse gasses, conserving water and encouraging biodiversity. The foods were a big hit and will be introduced into the lunch time menu.
The planning team, Anson, Andrew, David & Clover from GL Hearn and Jenn from Blackpool Council have been working with children from Year 4, 5 & 6, staff and parents to help develop a masterplan for Revoe.
The choir have been rehearsing for Young Voices which takes place on Friday at the M.E.N They are so excited to be taking part in such a fantastic event.
Katie from BetterStart came into Nursery 2 to talk about the Little Feet, walk to Nursery campaign. We met Strider, the cuddly mascot and talked about how to keep healthy by walking, running, jumping and skipping to Nursery. We are going to put stickers on a path everyday and talk about what we see on the way to Nursery.
Our Learning Garden is celebrating the start of the Chinese New Year tomorrow with a fierce fire breathing Chinese Dragon dance.
Healthy Living was on the menu this week as our Cookery club put together some tasty fruit salads helped by students from Blackpool & Fylde college who are working towards their Duke of Edinburgh awards.
Our mini police cadets focussed on helping our PCSOs improve safety in our community today and learnt how they ensure drivers keep within the speed limits. Thanks once again to our friends at BlackpoolPolice for the fun and informative afternoon.
Year 4 have started their new topic, Temples, Tombs and Treasures! They investigated and discovered artefacts from an ancient civilisation and used their findings to predict which ancient civilisation they will be exploring - can you guess?
There's something fishy going on in year 5. They are examining, investigating and classifying some of the creatures found in the waters around our coastline for their Existing, Endangered, Extinct science topic.