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Jubilee themed Art and Computing

Year 3 enjoyed wearing a crown and pretending to be a Queen or King.

We uploaded the photos and children learnt to edit them, did they make themselves look like the lived in 1952? Could they be a future Queen or King?

Editing photos is regularly done in 2022, we discussed how images can be easilly altered. We also ensured that we had permission before editing anyone else's photos.


Forest School Fun

The children in reception had a great time in their forest school session this week.  The made some fairy houses and played 1,2,3 Where are you? They also found lots of natural objects and flowers to decorate their bracelets.  Some children even made crowns and magic wands.


Tameside Libraries half term events May-June 2022

Join Ashton Library this half term for a drop-in activity with crafts, games and a treasure hunt with a nature-theme for children aged 4-11- no need to book! 

They will be family workshops available in association with 'Made be mortals theatre company' at Dukinfield Library.

Storyteller John Kirk will be visiting Droylsden Library for a special in person story hunt with a minibeasts theme.

These events are FREE but must be booked in advance via Tameside Libraries Events | Eventbrite


Magnificent Magnets

This half term in science, Year 3 children have been learning about forces and magnets. The children really enjoyed conducting experiments with magnets. They learnt about magnetic field, sorted objects into magnetic and non-magnetic and tested strengt of different magnets. 


Friday Awards

A massive well done to our stars of the week. The children were awarded Head Teachers Award for fantastic work in English and Polish. we also had Good to be Green lottery winners and Gold Awards. Great work everybody!


Outdoor Learning Day in Year 6

Thursday 19th May was Outdoor Learning Day so year 6 took the opportunity to continue their learning about animal and their habitats in our outdoor environment. The class have been learning about classification keys in science so we used a key to identify different invertebrates. We looked at where the animals were found to identify the preferred living conditions of them.

Please send in any photographs of any other invertebrates that you find at home year 6. 

 


Excellence in Year 4

Congratulations to Jake and Aoife for getting the Good to be Green pencils today- well done. The class certificates went to Holly for her fabulous hard work and Oliver, for his diligence in his work. Well done to all of Year 4 for their brilliant behaviour on our school trip this week too. 


Y6 Star of the week 20-5-22

Well done to our superstars this week Harley and Ava.

Harley enjoyed our invertebrate hunt yesterday and was able to use his classification key to identify animals.

Ava has produced some outstanding writing recently- especially her spokky narrative writing about a girl that turned into a doll.

Brooke and Sophie have won the Good to be Green Award today.


Well done!

Well done to this weeks Head-teacher and Good to be Green awards! Thank you for putting in 100% effort into your work/behaviour. Keep it up


Pupil Leaders greet the Civic Mayor of Tameside!

The Pupil Leaders had a very important job on Tuesday!  They had to greet The Civic Mayor of Tameside who was visiting Broadbent Fold to recognise Year 6's hard work to achieve their Arts Awards.  The certificates were handed to the Year 6 children in an assembly.  The Pupil Leaders did an amazing job, welcoming Madam Mayor nd Mr Consort into our school.  After the assembly, they visited all the classrooms and were very impressed!  They said our school has a lovely feel!  It is true!  Mrs Blomeley


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