As part of their “Is chocolate healthy?” learning challenge, year 2 visited Cadbury’s World. A great day was had by all and they didn’t eat too much chocolate.
Our Year 6 class had a fabulous day trip to London. They visited the Queen’s Gallery for an art workshop, made friends with a horse outside the Household Cavalry Museum and experienced the Houses of Parliament during crucial Brexit debates. It was an amazing experience which everybody thoroughly enjoyed.
We had a fantastic World Book Day with the children and staff coming to school dressed as one of their favourite book characters. It was wonderful to see so many different books and authors represented. The children took part in class quizzes and completed a range of book related tasks. A superb day was had […]
We had a number of events happening in the run up to Christmas to help us celebrate this special Christian festival. We visited church, we performed a Nativity and sang many carols and Christmas songs.
Our year 6 children performed their first concert just before Christmas showing off everything they had learnt since September. We can’t wait to hear what their performance is like later in the year.
Our Christmas Choir performed a number of Christmas Carols and songs to the residents of The Limes Care Home in Fenton. The children enjoyed singing and the residents really enjoyed the performance and the conversations with the children afterwards.
Our Christmas Choir performed during the switching on of the Christmas Lights in Fenton. The choir sang wonderfully and really enjoyed performing to their family, friends and local community.
To help us celebrate the start of advent and Saint Nicholas, Bishop Geoff led a whole school worship with 8 Bishops for the day being elected by the school. It was a very special service for our own chosen bishops. Thank-you Bishop Geoff for taking the time to visit us again.
Our year 3 class had a fabulous day enjoying the outdoors at Silverdale Country Park. A great time was had by all children and they are really looking forward to their next visit.
Our year head boy, head girl and a prefect participated in the Local Democracy Week event again. This is a great way of our children learning about democracy and why Stoke-on-Trent is such a great place to live. All three children thoroughly enjoyed the event and meeting the Lord Mayor.
Our year 6 class, who are named after Rudyard Kipling, visited Rudyard Lake to enjoy some amazing autumnal weather and scenery. The day was not only great for being healthy but also gave the children an opportunity to discuss vocabulary that they could take back to school and use in their writing.
As part of our PSHE work we participated in Road Safety Week. Our children took part in a road safety assembly and completed various tasks throughout the week. These are some of children learning how to cross the road safely with a member of staff pretending to be a car.