As members of the Eco Council, we have been working really hard to try to encourage people to choose more active and sustainable ways to travel to school. Could you walk, cycle or scoot to school? Could you catch the bus? Could you car share with friends who live close by? If you do come […]
This week, we say farewell to Miss Gramauskas, who has been in school since before Christmas. Both staff and children will be sad to see her leave and we wish her continued success in her next placement. This week, she has been teaching the children about different styles of poems – Haiku, Limericks and Rhyming […]
Myself, Doreen Ellison, Hilary Thomson and Margaret Miller on 10th March attended The Wigan Council Governors Conference at the Leigh Sports Village, entitled “Re-Imaging Education”. With 2 guest speakers, one of whom was David Cameron (the real David Cameron as he likes to be known ), we were very much looking forward to the […]
Parents Evening Now that my youngest son has headed off to St Edmund Arrowsmith, it’s not often I come into school for a “social” visit, as my only visits now are usually in my capacity as a Governor. However I did get chance to come and spend some time in school on […]
Nicole: How are you today? Mr & Mrs Ellison: Great thank you. Nicole: How long have you been working for CAFOD? Mr & Mrs Ellison: Around 2 years now. Nicole: What’s it like working for CAFOD? How does it make you feel? Mr & Mrs Ellison: It makes us really happy and it’s lovely doing […]
Since January the children in school have been looking at our behvaiour policy and trying to be the best that they can be. To aid the new improved person, the behaviour diisplay has been created on the class door ways and into the school hall. At the front of school there is a handprint from […]
McKenzie and I run a club called Chess Club for Y5 only. We play chess and checkers and it runs on Friday at 12:40pm. We have a sign up at the start of the year and then we create groups of who will do chess each week and that way it is fair. Unluckily, some […]
The children have loved our pirate and princess day. We have made treasure maps, treasure, jewellery and flags. The children have done some fantastic writing about pirates and princesses too. Everyone looks brilliant in their costumes!
Year One have been very busy this week adding and subtracting. We have been involved in some exciting practical activities involving numbers to 100. We have also been using ‘Number Gym’ to develop our maths skills.
Thank-you to all of the parents and grandparents who joined us for Stay and Play yesterday. We hope you enjoyed joining in with all of the phonics games and activities. We were very impressed with all of the wonderful reading and writing taking place.