What a Science Week!

Children have dug for fossils, met a dinosaur and some owls, searched for stars in a planetarium, observed animals that were brought in from Crocken Hill Rescue Centre and visited Woodlands Farm. As well as that we have hatched 11 of our own ducklings who are going to a lovely home in the country in a week or two. Miss Edmonds, one of our governors said this, “I had a wonderful time in the school on Monday and saw some excellent practice. The staff must work so hard to make Science Week such a positive experience for the children.”

  • Year 2 made medals using clay as part of their Heroes topic 🥇 Read more
  • Year 1 tried to measure objects in a very windy forest school today. They measured in cm using a ruler. Read more
  • Year 1 enjoyed sharing their favourite toys today. They discussed the properties of the material their toys were made from. Read more
  • Christmas dinner is available for those children who normally have packed lunch. Please come to the dinner centre this Thurs / Fri at 9am to book. The cost of the lunch is £2. Thank you.
  • Year 3 - future palaeontologists! 🦕 Read more