It is amazing to see Gracie showing thoughtfulness, respect and hard work in her out of school club! What a great achievement receiving two certificates for trying her best and having fantastic listening in her dance lessons. You should be very proud Gracie. Well done.
Did you know that Christopher Wren was an English architect? Or that he was born in 1632? Year 2 know. Today we have created fact files about him ready to start creating our own art work based on his monument to the great fire of London.
This week, we welcomed the new John Muir members and introduced them to the woodland area. We talked about hazards and safe areas to explore then had a great time discovering the new surroundings. We’ve certainly got a lot of work to do, clearing the paths and other areas so that we have even more space to discover! A fantastic 1st session!
Year 6 loved getting stuck in to their new Marvellous Maps topic yesterday. The children had the opportunity to explore different maps including topographical maps, general reference maps, digital maps and political maps. They worked brilliantly to identify key features and successfully located both our school and also Stanley Head. We can’t wait to see their map skills develop over the coming weeks. Keep it up, Year 6!
Today, Year 4 have started their cricket lessons provided by Staffordshire Cricket. The children have learned the correct techniques for catching and they have also practised throwing more accurately. Well done children. Keep practising at home!