This is not an ordinary tea party, it's a Revoe Year 3 tea party. Year 3 enjoy a posh afternoon tea with music, cakes and sandwiches with two large smarty and chocolate finger cakes created by our very own Miss Hall and carefully sliced by our two Personality Award winners.
Our Bugsy Malone performance was an uproarious celebration of song, dance and silly string with some of our audience and staff unexpectedly and hilariously on the receiving end. Well done Year 6.
The lucky competition winners for the Frank Swift and Jimmy Armfield mural had an exciting morning working with the artist commissioned for the mural working in her studio. The children enjoyed creating imaginary creatures out of clay and learning new skills.
This year 103 children qualified for graduation, 21 in their 3rd year and qualified for Central Graduation at the Wintergardens. 15 children were awarded the honorary certificate - the highest level of award. Congratulations to all of our graduates on their fantastic achievements.
Our sports day yesterday was a fantastic success. A big thank you to everyone that took part who helped make it such an amazingly fun event.
Year 5 demonstrated their Bikeability around Stanley Park this afternoon.
Year 4 are having a fantastic time discovering the lake district in sunny Bowness-on-Windermere.
Year 4 learnt about beats and rhythm with Mr Hughes of the band The Dead Beats and demonstrated what they had learnt in a lively assembly.
Year 3 explored the nature trails of Grizedale forest in the lake district. They enjoyed building dens and learning about the plants and creatures that share the forest.
A huge well done to our talented finalists who entertained families and staff alike at Friday night’s Revoe’s Got Talent competition.
During Science week we have been thinking about staying fit and healthy with visits from the dentist, learning about healthy foods and enjoying being active on the big equipment.
Our visiting dentists helped year 3 learn about sugar, food acids, healthy foods and how best to brush their teeth.