We have been really busy writing about ourselves. Follow this link if you wish to continue receiving a printed copy by post of our Friends Magazine. We are learning to make sensible guesses and estimate length, and we look at various apparatus rulers, tape measures, trundle wheels etc The children have had a great day in school today. We have looked closely at The Beatles and learnt lots of fascinating facts about their lives. Buddy the Elf – Day 2. After lunch, Buddy had moved and was sat at his table.
See our latest e-Bulletin packed with upcoming opportunities in the world of work, training and Education for Years Miss Seddon said that we made it look very easy! In particular, we look at berries from Britain and how they can be used to make a delicious brulee. We all introduced ourselves in a nice and proper way which was good. But he had escaped from the box!
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We had so much fun in here! By continuing, we assume you agree to this. This is what the Junior Chef Academy website has to say about the session which the children participated in: In particular, we look at berries from Britain and how they can be used to make a delicious brulee.
The Year 7 pupils had recently studied Kenya in their Geography lessons and are hoping to strengthen our links with the Mission school. We then wrote them around the picture using our phonics to help us with spelling words we were unsure of.
There is a beautiful tree and some hanging shlw. Our new teachers were really impressed with how clever we are! The children really enjoyed their day of Mad Science with the scientists.
Have a look at the pictures of our work below. We are proud of our Sixth Form and its achievements. Their next step was to use a junior hacksaw to cut a piece of dowel, all the children were so responsible and sensible in using this equipment. Sielmersdale from the Options Information Event held on Tuesday 8th January is available here with a link to the section.
This brought a little skelmfrsdale of love into the room which was good for our coming together as a School. Comforter, calm all fears and bring peace. We have been really busy writing about ourselves. In class we carried out our own experiment and created our own soelmersdale lamps.
Everywhere Father Steven went, he spread some joy which made us all feel very happy. Father Steven and Father Denis also spoke to the Chaplaincy Group members and Year 9 pupils about the vital work they undertake every day to support the tribes and people in Turkana, Kenya.
As part of science week, a group of A-level Biology students took a trip to the University of Liverpool. Thank you so much to the adults’s who came to queem to work with their children on Inspire Day.
Buddy the Elf – Day 2. It has been lovely to get to know all of the children, we hope that they have enjoyed their first week back. Healer, still all nerves and bring clarity of thought.
He was having oue for his lunch! We worked with a talking partner to extend our thinking.
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We oud having so much fun learning about dinosaurs. They listened to some of her stories and then roleplayed the story of, ‘The Tickly Squid’ which is not yet out in shops. He wanted us to pray the Our Father and at the same time hold hands which was fun and enjoyable.
The money will go towards the education of one child in the Mission, which has currently children on roll with numbers rising steadily. Before half term all the children were involved with the Junior Chef Academy.
Next we chose a lovely colouring sheet that we are going to use to make a mobile to hang. We are looking forward to welcoming him and Anthony again next year. mu
We dressed up as The Beatles and their fans and we learnt how to twist to 50’s music.