Here are photographs from our trip to the beach with Year 2. We walked along the promenade to spot human and physical features of the seaside, ate ice cream and built lots of sandcastles!
Crag Group – Monday
Ridge Group – Monday
Mountain Group – Monday
Wood Group – Monday
Forest Group – Monday
On Friday 23rd June, Miss Sawkins’ class presented their recent learning in an assembly for their parents and our Year 3 children. All children in 5PS contributed to an excellent assembly about The Amazon Rainforest.
Well done to all of 5PS and thank you very much to those family members who were able to join us to support them.
Here are photos from the assembly –
On Thursday 22nd June, Year 5 visited Jodrell Bank Observatory in Macclesfield, Cheshire, as part of their recent topic – Earth & Space. Here are photographs from their excellent trip –
On Thursday 15th June, Miss Taylor’s class presented their recent learning in an assembly for their parents and our Year 2 children. All children in 5HT contributed to an informative and entertaining assembly about The Amazon Rainforest – well done to all of you and thank you very much to those family members who were able to join us to support them.
We are extremely proud of our Year 5&6 Dance Club who performed at Salford’s ‘Dance Explosion’ at The Lowry Theatre on Thursday evening.
Here are some photos of their performance:
On Thursday 15th June, Year 4 visited The Catalyst Science Discovery Centre and Museum in Widnes.
This term, they been learning about solids, liquids and gases and the human body in Science. At the museum, they took part in two exciting workshops ‘Tasty Toothpastes’ and ‘Glorious Gases’ as well as visiting the interactive exhibits throughout the museum.
On Monday 12th June, our three reception classes spent the day at Delamere Forest. They explored the forest and particularly enjoyed the Zog Trail and the Gruffalo Trail.
On Thursday 8th and Friday 9th June, our Year 3 children visited Salford Museum to learn more about life in Victorian times.
The children completed a variety of workshops/activities and dressed up as Victorian children to explore Lark Hill Place – the Victorian street under the museum. Here are photographs from their trip –