Last term, the Year 5 pupils enjoyed a trip to The Lowry Theatre in Salford; here they visited the exhibition of LS Lowry’s work. They tested out their artistic skills by drawing portraits of their friends: first with their eyes closed, working from memory, and then a detailed version with their ey...
Infant & Junior News
On Tuesday, 11th December, EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 participated in a Christingle service lead by Mr. Hargreaves. The pupils made their own Christingle oranges and gained an understanding of what each part represented.
It was lovely to see all of the glowing Christingles shine in the dark and the pupil’s enthusiasm when singing ‘There’s a Light That’s Shining’. We were delighted that many of our parents came into school to watch the service.
Year 6 recently went to Styal Mill in Cheshire to learn about the lives of children working in a cotton mill during the Victorian period. This was to consolidate their learning in Humanities and to help prepare them for writing a diary entry in English of a child mill worker.
Our Reception pupils have been learning about Remembrance Day and the significance of the poppy. We have all contributed our creative skills to make a giant poppy. We listened to The Last Post and observed the two-minute silence on Friday too.
The Primary Phase had their first Netball match against Westholme on Monday, 13th November. 19 pupils from Year 5 and 6 enjoyed the experience, despite the chilly temperatures!
The pupils all performed really well and made significant improvements with their skills and teamwork as the match ensued.