Ted and Bessie the Bears have come to play! Each weekend they go home with a different child. The children really enjoy looking at pictures and talking about the Bears and their adventures!
The children are having a splashing time in our learning garden car wash.
Our Revoe Masterchefs demonstrate they are great fans of great flans and get stuck in with a tasty cheese quiche and quiche lorraine recipe.
The Wildlife Trust is challenging everyone to complete a 30 Day nature challenge and Nursery 1 is excited to be involved!!
Year 6 worked together with Sergeant Rick Clement on a team building exercise to build the highest tower out of straws.
Year 4 have been learning about the impacts of litter and plastic in our environment. They have been working in the community to make improvements by litter picking and replanting plants that have been vandalised. Well done year 4!!
Children from year 1 have been visiting Beacon Fell over the last few weeks. Walking to the summit of the hill, finding different carvings, looking for animals and insects, rolling down a hill and enjoying hot chocolate and lunch in the great outdoors are just some of the things the children enjoyed.
For their 'Bake it' topic, year 5 learnt to create perfect pizza at Blackpool PizzaExpress. They kneaded and tossed the dough the Italian way, sampled ingredients & chose tasty toppings. With certificates, our Junior Pizzaiolos took their delicious cooked creations home.
Our Y4 football team participated in the Jimmy Armfield tournament at Armfield Academy. They performed magnificently, winning 5 of their 7 games & finishing 2nd in their group. A huge well done to all players for their outstanding efforts & thanks to parents who supported the team.
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.