Here are some of our year 2 children practicing their throwing techniques.
Here are our sporting ambassadors playing Duck, duck, goose with the KS1 children.
Our sporting ambassadors work with the KS1 children on a Wednesday and Friday during playtime. Here is a video of one of them teaching children how to throw the javelin.
The children had a very special medal day treat planting their beans and having a picnic on the field. It was so sunny we even had an ice lolly! Well done Nursery!
As part of our Spring 2 reward day, children made their own kites and tested them out on the playground.
Scootfit visited school as part of our Autumn 1 Medal Day rewards. Children took part in a session which took place in the playground. Ramps and cones were laid out, pop music blasted out and children and staff took to the course. This fantastic activity was organised by Mrs Gray and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone, including Mr Henderson who did not fall off this time!
As part of our Autumn 2 Medal Day treat, Mrs Gray organised a fitness session with Freddy Fit. The children and staff were invited to join in with a zumba style session as well as hula hooping! Children were chosen to take part in a test of strength as well a limbo session.
As a special treat for our Spring 1 Medal Day Winners, Katie from Beaks and Talons bought Harley Davidson, her Harris Hawk, into school. The children learnt all about the hawks lifestyle before watching him fly around the playground. Thanks to Mrs Leyland for organising this fascinating activity.
On Friday 28th April the Y2 teachers met with parents to talk about the Key Stage One tests.
On Thursday, 16th February, Maddie, Zorah and Ethan from Year 6 took part in the Primary Youth Speaks Competition at All Saints Primary School. The competition is organised by The Rotary Club of Stockport Lamplighters and gives pupils an opportunity to speak on a public platform, to formulate ideas and articulate them in an interesting style as well as developing skills of expression, presentation and appearance.
As part of their topic, Year 3/4 visited the Dewa Centre in Chester. They took part in several activities including a march through the city with a Roman gladiator. In the Roman garden, the children were taught how to march in testido formation just like the Roman armies. The children thoroughly enjoyed experiencing life as a Roman soldier.
As part of our Australia topic we have been learning about Aboriginal people. We have made Aboriginal wall paintings, boomerangs, didgeridoos, learning about life as an Aboriginal and Australia. Watch our video showing our busy Wednesday afternoon.
Harley retold the old, Aborigional story of how the kangaroos got their tails
Watch us retell the story
To help us learn us to have quick recall of Phase 5 sounds we have been playing Phonics Twister. You can pick up the game from Poundland and write the graphemes on to play at home!
As part of this term's PE lessons, Year 3/4 took part in a series of gym lessons taught by our SSCO. The children learnt how to get the apparatus out and how to put it away correctly. They worked in groups and focused on travelling over, under and around the apparatus as well as exploring ways to move between the apparatus stations.