Chicks have hatched
Some of you may know that the eggs that were being incubated in F2 have come to my house (Mrs Latham’s). Yesterday, they started to hatch and I have three fluffy chicks that are already growing fast. I thought you might like to see them!
If you have any photos of learning you are doing at home, email them to me email@example.com (or your own teacher) and let me know if it is ok to put them here on the website. It will be nice to share with each other what we are doing.
Living and Learning : I recognise my own talents
We had a fab homework review today in the form of a ‘talent show’. Children showed skipping, football, dancing, reading, gymnastics and drawing skills. Thank you to everyone who emailed videos and photos for us to see too.
Thank you – ALDI sticker collection
This week, we received our free sports kit from the ALDI sticker collecting we did last year. We collected two posters worth, so got two bags! We look forward getting sporty with them in the not too distant future.
Sport Relief – take two
We joined in with Sport Relief again today. Each class completed their own sport challenges – trying to improve personal best scores in skipping, basketball, running and football. Thank you for all the donations to this charity.
Watching bread -science
Just over a week ago we started a long term experiment, observing bread. We did different things to each slice.
Slice 1 : untouched, straight in the bag
Slice 2 : touched with dirty hands
Slice 3 : touched after we washed hands with soap and water
Slice 4 : touched after putting anti-bacterial hand gel on hands
We discussed what we thought would happen. Lots of children thought the bread touched with dirty hands would go mouldy first because there would be more germs on it. Here is what the bread looks like 10 days later…
Thank you for helping us help Sport Relief
We started our Sport Relief fundraising a week early because we were expecting BBC Look North coming to launch the Big Summit Sofa challenge. Unfortunately, we were let down and they postponed the event at the last minute last night. We are resilient and resourceful at Scholes though and were determined to make it a happy and healthy day anyway. We completed nearly an hour of Wake Up Shake Up routines and raised £219.24 for Sport Relief. Thank you to everyone who sent contributions in and to the people who came to watch and support us!
World Book Day – so much reading all week!
We have celebrated World Book Day all week by reading, reading and reading! The children shared some wonderful Creative homework showing what they love about reading.
Wind in the Willows for World Book Day
POSTPONED – Big Sofa Summit for Sport Relief 6 March
We have had a message from the BBC tonight saying,
We have taken the difficult decision to postpone the Big Summit Sofa Challenge until later in the year. Our role is to deliver our audience the best possible coverage and to do that we need every member of our team on duty.
We are all so disappointed but we will still be dressing in our sports kits and raising money for Sport Relief by doing an extended Wake Up Shake Up dance-athon session as one of our sports challenges. Feel free to come and watch from 9am.