Here we are then, where has this half term gone? This is the final week of our Spring Term and the diary is jam packed full of events happening this week! Here are the events taking place today: Mrs Cromey will be joined by 6 Year 6 pupils as they journey to Sheffield University to … Read moreThe Final Week (it’s a busy one!)
Last week 2B visited the Masjid-e-Noorul Mosque, today it is 2C’s chance to learn more about the Mosque and the Islam religion. Don’t forget to Blog about your trip!
Today there are 2 trips taking place- Years 2 and 4 will each be departing school to get real-life and hands on experiences to aid them in their learning. Year 2B will be visiting Masjid-e-Noorul Mosque to develop their knowledge and understanding of the Islam faith and their beliefs. Year 4 will be visiting Chester to … Read moreDouble Trip
Today, Year 3 will further their knowledge about Samuel Crompton and some of the history of Bolton by visiting Hall i’th’ Wood. Hall i’ th’ Wood is an early 16th-century manor house in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. It is a Grade I listed building and is currently used as a museum by Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council. It was the manor house for the moiety of the Tonge with Haulgh township … Read moreYear 3 visit Hall i’th’ Wood
After 6LH’s visit yesterday, it’s the turn of 6RH to visit the Air Raid Shelter in Stockport- don’t forget to post your comments about what you thought of the trip!
Today 6LH will be visiting the Stockport Air Raid Shelter to help them understand more about their Learning Challenge topic of World War II. Don’t forget to post your comments about what you saw, thought and learnt on your trip!
To help them with their topic in class, Year 2 visited Seven Acres Country Park to find out what they could find. Rather than taking a coach, they all walked down to Seven Acres in their classes. When they reached the park, they walked through fields, along hidden paths, over a troll’s bridge and back … Read moreYear 2 visit Seven Acres
Today Year 2 will visit the Eco-Centre in Southport to discover the changes that have taken place in seaside towns in the last 100 years. Don’t forget to post your comments when you get back!
Today Year 5 will take a trip to the zoo to help them learn more about the different animals, specifically in the rainforests and how we can support rainforest charities. Don’t forget to post your comments when you get back!
After 3 days out in the wilderness, with little mobile phone signal, TV and other home comforts, Year 6 will return from their adventures of PGL. How many missing socks will their be? How many stories will they have to tell? And who do you thinks screamed the loudest on the BIG rope swing?