Christmas Card CompetitionCan you design an exciting, fancy Christmas card using a computer? Fancy your chances at winning a special prize? Have a go!
There will be a winner selected from the EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Each winner will receive a prize. The Key Stage 2 winning entry will also be put forward to another competition against other schools in Bolton.
Closing Date: Friday 17th November
Your card must be designed on a computer. You can use any software program that you like such as Word, Publisher or PurpleMash.
You are designing the front of the card only.
Once you have finished your card, please save it and bring it to me (Mr Dawood) on a pen drive or CD. I will copy and print your card then return your pen drive/CD back to you.
Parents are welcome to help children with any EYFS and Key Stage 1 entries. You may also support your child with a Key Stage 2 entry although most of the work must be completed by your child.
We are currently learning about Poetry in our English lessons. Part of our Year 2 objectives mean that we need to learn and perform some poetry.
To make this more fun, we are going to have a poetry competition next week! I have attached the poem that you need to practice reciting. You will also be given a paper copy at the end of the week. The poem is Please Mrs Butler by Allan Ahlberg.
Have a go at performing the poem ready for school next week!
Year Two had a fantastic day out at Haigh Hall recently. We enjoyed super sunshine and had a great time exploring the woods and identifying lots of different types of trees and seeds. After lunch we all enjoyed playing in the fantastic playground.
Year One loved celebrating Peace Day. We would like to thank parents for helping their children dress up in white and for supporting the day. Children learnt about peace through music, art, drama, english and all other areas across the curriculum.
Year One had a fantastic time coming dressed up as their favourite traditional tale characters. They could tell their friends clues to help them guess what character they came dressed up as. Thank you to all parents once again for your continued support.
This week in English Year One have been looking at the book ‘Not a Stick’. They have been using their imagination to write labels and captions to tell the rest of the class how they would use their stick. They really enjoyed reading the book and writing their own version of ‘Not a Stick’.
Can you use your imagination and write how you would use a hat?