A massive thank you to Home Bargains on Tyldesley Rd who have adopted our school and donated lots of gifts for our Easter Eggstravaganza. Jade Simpson of Home Bargains visited and received a warm welcome in our assembly this afternoon.
Our talented year 5 rocket engineers have been launching their designs high above Revoe today. Some of them even came back down again!
Our Egg-citing Easter Egg-stravaganza was an opportunity to get creative and have some Egg-cellent Easter fun.
Year 3 blew away winter and danced their way into spring with their sensational Easter Street Dance Performance. Due to the high standard of effort and commitment awards were given to 8 of our superb dancers.
Year 4 entertained parents and children performing their breathtaking Easter Street Dance routine. George, Ellie and Alexandria received awards for their dedication and effort.
A team of ten children in Y4 went to Blackpool Football Club last Tuesday to take part in a Fit To Go quiz. The children competed against seven other schools. They worked very hard as a team and won!
Hands on Animals visited yesterday bringing, snakes, spiders, owls, and many more amazing creatures. Our Early Years children were able to touch and hold some of them whilst learning about how these amazing creatures fit into the natural world.
Year 5 visited South Shore Academy to take part in the British Science Week Sciathlon. The children were able to carry out science experiments and won the Science Week Knowledge Quiz.
We having been trying to prove that we can see the effects around us that the earth is moving by looking at the position of the sun and our shadows at different times in the day.
Year 5 learnt about the the history of Liverpool and the surrounding area with a visit to the interactive displays at the Liverpool Museum.
Our pupils, teachers and staff brought their favourite book characters to life with a display of colourful and imaginative outfits for World Book Day.
For upcoming World Book day, West End in Schools visited and helped the children perform scenes from books such as Roald Dahl's 'The Enormous Crocodile'.