Congratulations to all our Homework Heroes follows for Spring Term 2
Skye Gore, Elian Otto, Eden Robarts, Emmauel Kisula, Levi Ncube, Meghan Walsh, Aidan D’Arcy, Tanisha Begum
Madison Ryder, Madison Kenny, James Platt, Kara Mai Morris-Worthington, Ruby Liversedge, Amy-Leigh Girdlestone, Michael Dawson, Bethany Henry, Rhianna Jones, Darren Hodson, Maizie Payne.
Isham Jamil, Aroush Umair, Jayden Hampson, Harry Brannan, Shaun Okoli, Kaden Atack, Alicia Harrison, Shenay Hindle, Jo Williams.
To view pictures from the Robinwood Weekend, please click on the header Robinwood 2017 at the top of the main. Pictures can be enlarged to view and print by double clicking on a picture.
Thanks to all for your Support for Red Nose day on Friday, as with many others who fund raise each year for this worthy charity, to help improve lives of people in Africa and the UK, you have excelled yourselves raising a massive £594.00. this year.
Thanks you for your support
Both Yr 4 classes have been learning about the Romans and have been to the Chester Museum, for the Dewa Roman Experience.
The children have had a full guided tour of the reconstructions, excavations, museum and the award-winning hands-on room. They have also toured the streets of Chester armed with battle shields and under the ‘strict’ instruction of an experienced legionaries, discover what it took to become part of the greatest fighting forces the world has ever known.
What a full day, the children have enjoyed looking at different artefacts’ and listening to how the Romans lived.
On Thursday, 5R performed a fantastic assembly on their science topic of ‘forces’, including an appearance from Isaac Newton and practical demonstrations of a range of different forces. Well done to everyone for learning their lines and delivering them so clearly to the children and parents in the audience.
This year’s World Book Day was a hive of activity; each class had the afternoon to do different creative activities, making posters, colouring, doing a book review, reading a favorite story, and lots more… take a look
Wednesday 1st March was quite an inspiring day for the Children. The Gold Olympic Medallist Rebecca Gallentree, a British diver, was in school to speak and motivate the children as she put them through a gruelling circuit training course.
Rebecca won gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics. Today she was encouraging all the children and certainly put them through their paces.
Rebecca gave a fantastic speech to the children to inspire our future generation.