In Nursery the children have enjoyed exploring the natural materials in the mud kitchen, using spoons to combine the pine cones, conkers, lentils and shells and then serving the mixture to the Nursery teddy bears! To build on this interest, we decided to hold a Teddy Bears Picnic.
Our magazine club got to meet with X-Factor semi final sensation Holly Tandy, Kieran McGinn of the musical An Officer and a Gentleman and Kelvin Fletcher of Emmerdale fame on Wednesday. In a question and answer session soon to be published in our fantastic Revoe Rocks magazine, our young journalists found out all about the cast and crew of the upcoming production of The Wizard of Oz at the Winter Gardens. Look out for the story in the next Revoe Rocks and find out what it's like to play the characters of Dorothy, the Tin Man and Scarecrow and walk the yellow brick road to Emerald City.
Our Reception children have been in school now for almost two weeks. They have settled really well, meeting new friends and taking new routines in their stride.
As the leaves begin to fall, we are getting ready for autumn. Don't forget to bring your warm warm coats so we can enjoy having fun outside.
The Royal Ballet School is with us again and year 3 are enjoying their ballet lessons. We are discovering how much flexibility, strength and resilience is required to learn to dance like the experts.
The children in year three have been doing Talk for Writing and learning Paddington's diary. They discovered that Paddington had broken into their classrooms and clumsily left a sticky mess!!
We in Nursery 2 encourage children to explore new things and discovers different ways to play, we do this by providing an interesting and inviting place to play and explore.
Murals dedicated to former pupils and legendary footballers Frank Swift and Jimmy Armfield were revealed today. Created by Jo Rainford and including competition winning designs by our pupils, these will become part of a larger art installation displayed in the school grounds.
Farewell and good luck for the future to our Year 6
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.