This term Year 6 have been focusing on Outdoor Adventure Activities in PE. This is where they work on their team works skills, communication, problem solving and many more individual and team skills.
This week their task was to use instructions to build a tent or tennis net, they completed their task successfully. Well done!
Thank you to all the mum’s who came to our Mother’s Day concert at Bierton Road Nursery
We hope you had a lovely weekend.
Here’s a recap of Miss Ruhan, Miss Harrison, and Mr Pretty’s radio shows that they delivered during their Rocket Radio studio training sessions last half term. Enjoy the fantastic shows that they delivered which were called “The Nursery Factor”, “The Food Watch Show” and “The Music Show”.
1RB loved their visit to Billesley Tennis Club. They enjoyed taking part in the competition and applied many skills that they had learnt in their PE lessons. We worked as a team and it was a great atmosphere! Take a look at the pictures! Well Done you did great job!
1RB loved World Book Day! We incorporated our learning from our recent English lessons which focused on Goldilocks and the Three Bears. We made chairs for the three bears in our Maths lesson where we used the 3D shapes to make a new chair. We then used our shape vocabulary to explain how we made the chair and explained why we used particular shapes by talking about their properties. We worked very hard!
RAS have worked really hard to achieve the class target for behaviour. As a reward they asked if they could have a disco in the hall with disco lights. The children showed us some fabulous dance moves with break-dancing, ballroom and modern styles!
We celebrated World Book Day at Starbank Nursery. All the children dressed up as different characters from nursery rhymes. We enjoyed a show where we sang and acted out our favourite rhymes.
Click on the link below to listen to some rhymes
The School Council at the Hob Moor Road site have been working tirelessly to promote their ‘School Keep Clear’ campaign this term. They have delivered assemblies in school, have run their own poster competition and been out on the road to see the problem for themselves. We also sent home a road safety newsletter last month. Please click the link below if you would like to reread this.
Road Safety Newsletter
It is vitally important that parents continue to park away from the school when they drop off and pick up their children. It is illegal to park or pull up on the yellow zigzag lines outside school. We will be monitoring the impact that the campaign has had over the coming few weeks.
Thank you for your ongoing support.
Can you guess which characters we are and from what books?
We had a great World Book Day in Nursery, we had a Nursery Rhyme Theme. Parents came and shared books first thing, then we showed each other our costumes and sang the rhymes to go with them.
Later we had some visitors, a crocodile (Mrs. Thorne Smith) and Mrs.Osman Ghanee who came to read us some stories. We were also visited by a Fox who was looking out for Gingerbread Men!!
Click on the link below to hear lots and lots of rhymes and songs!
Songs and Rhymes