TweetToday we took part in an exciting workshop as part of our studies of Roald Dahl’s wonderful novels. The workshop focused on ‘The BFG’ and the children took part in a range of drama activities, including freeze frames and hot seating. They also revisited some exciting extracts from the text.
TweetToday, 12 children in KS2 attended an Olympic event with other children from local schools. They spent the day with athletes Leah Barrow and Lisa James, both aspiring to compete in this year’s Olympic games in Rio. The children enjoyed listening to them share their inspirational journeys to success as well as took part in a range of athletics throughout the day.
Tweet On November 25th the three teams of four players reconvened at Netherton Moss for a second chess challenge competition. The tutors were again impressed both by the standard of play of the children, and the sportsmanship and behaviour of the children was again first class. Netherton Moss were very gracious hosts, but once the chess started they played ruthlessly Read More …
TweetThank you to all those who came and supported us at our Christmas Fair. Here are some of our pictures of the festive event…
TweetToday was full of fun as we were visited by reporter Judy and two BBC camera men who came to report on our views about our water charges with United Utilities. Not only were we excited to see two television cameras but also a drone which filmed our fabulous grounds. Here are some pictures from our fun filled afternoon!
TweetOn November 18th three teams of four players met at Hatton Hill School for a chess challenge competition. Under the watchful eyes of chess tutors Andrew Legge and Bob Clark the three schools played a double round challenge using mixed pairings. The tutors were very impressed both by the standard of play of the children, and also by the sportsmanship Read More …
TweetThank you Mark for writing up this Football Match report! Well Done Team!
TweetHere is Max Young’s report from our match against Litherland Moss on Thursday 12th November.
TweetSome children in Year 6 have been enjoying reading the challenging text ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens. Today they met with children from other local schools in our Horizon network to discuss and explore the text in greater detail.