For those Green Top Nursery parents or parents looking to get their child into Green Top, we have a few Reception Places remaining for September 2019. Contact the school office and arrange a visit if you would like your child to join us.
A lovely atmosphere in school yesterday for our Child Led Conferences, the key stage one and eyfs children were amazing at articulating their learning.
Find a clip of the event here
What a lovely atmosphere there was at today’s child led conferences. Today has been a great day for inspiring each other around our new themes during a range of hook activities. Followed by some very confident, proud children critiquing their work this year with their parents and teachers.
See a short clip of the event here
What super skills the children have been using today as part of their hook into our new theme, which is all about growing vegetables and food!
They really do look great!
What a great first day of the Summer term!
Mrs Shaw x
In Diversity Week, the children in class 7 worked so hard to draw their self portraits using sketching pencils and pastels. Each one is totally unique and incredibly special, just like each child. 🌟
Some of the Year 5 children are taking part in a university programme and to kick start the programme they enjoyed a launch trip to Leeds University! The children enjoyed participating in a tutorial led by a PHD student, a lecture in the lecture theatre, and a tour around the Leeds University campus! They thoroughly enjoyed their day and couldn’t believe how big the campus was!
If you have time spare over the holidays, please login to Frog Learning and have a go at the tasks I have set you. I have assigned you a range of activities; please choose activities you want to work on (there are tutorial videos to help you too!)
There will be a treat on the first Tuesday back for everyone that has completed at least one assignment!! Please comment below and let me know how you get on!
Class 10 had so much fun this morning at the Brew and Chew tearooms as their attendance reward. The children had the choice between a milkshake and a slush! I had lots of very excited children skipping back to school! Each week the top attending class wins £10- we won £60 this term and are currently joint first!
Lets keep up the attendance and save some money towards another treat next term! Our challenge is to win the award every week next term!
Thank you to parents and carers for supporting us in our attendance mission!
Yesterday, Emily won the guess the iceberg game at the year 3/4 learning celebration. Today, class 12 competed to build the highest marshmallow tower. Talyor and Amelia won the style competition and the tallest tower was built by Luella, Neve and Isobel.
Yesterday, years 3&4 worked together to create a poster on Buddhism. The children were given time to research the religion and then they had to put their knowledge into a poster. It was so lovely to see the children work hard with other children from the other year group; children who may have never even spoken to one another before.
The quality of the posters were awesome and it was so hard to choose one group as a winner! But these girls worked so hard all morning, critiquing their drawings and their facts to make it even better! Well done to Emily, Maddy and Zoey who won the poster competition!