Year 1 have been learning all about traditional tales and we designed and made our very own fairytale houses. Can you guess which tale our models are from?
Today we had our first session of cricket with Danny from Fylde Coast Cricket Coaching. It was so much fun and we all did really well. We practised skills such as catching, over arm bowling, batting and underarm aiming. Click to see photos.
Reception has had great fun learning all about the musicals The Lion King and Peter Pan. We made character puppets to act out the stories, learnt how to draw lions, created our own lion pots out of clay, made animal masks, painted tropical birds and sang lots of the songs. We also learnt the sign…
During Mad Festival, Year 6 have been basing their work
around the musical - Cats.
We made these cute cats by stuffing a sock and sewing on the cat's features.
We needed to put our sewing skills into action as we used various sewing techniques -
whip stitch, back stitch and…
Today we had an exciting afternoon and in true King Louie style, we found the secret to man’s red flower! We had a lovely campfire and had some toasted marshmallows. Click to see more photos.
Today we made monkeys out of pipe cleaners and beads. They were quite simple to make but a bit fiddly. Click continue reading to see more photos.
We had a professional actress come in to lead a drama workshop today!
It was so much fun and we LOVED IT!
Good Morning everyone,
Our Year 3 Bee Assemblies are now live on YouTube, head over to the Heyhouses Channel and you can watch them. Click here to view.
Cherry class have had a wonderful afternoon learning and performing songs from Aladdin.
Year 4 were lucky enough to have a professional Musical Theatre Performer and Director come in to school to run a Singing workshop!
They performed like true professionals!
Today we found out the conclusion to the Mystery of the Missing Lunch!
It was Mr Mihell who stole Mrs Sutcliffe's lasagna!
Thank you so much to Oliver who masterminded this wonderful 'whodunnit' maths mystery
which has kept Year 6 children occupied all week!
He devised a range of…
Year 6 have been involved in a mystery maths problem which has lasted all week! We heard that Mrs Sutcliffe had her lunch stolen by a hungry member of staff who had left their own lunch at home! But who could the thief be? Every morning we had mathematical problems to solve which allowed us to…