School Council tree planting – thanks to Scholes in Bloom
We have planted another 120 trees from the Woodland Trust on the school grounds this week. Thank you to Scholes in Bloom and the School Council for helping to do this.
You can also see the Scholes in Bloom presentation here that children in school saw last week too. The village looks wonderful!
Our School Councillors were busy at work this afternoon, digging holes and planting young trees in and around our school field. There were roses, hawthorns, dogwoods, wild cherries and silver birches.
There were 120 saplings to plant and, with the help of Scholes in Bloom volunteers,
….they manged to do it all in one (cold and windy) afternoon!
Thank you very much to our fabulous friends, Scholes in Bloom, who kindly gave up their time to help us – we couldn’t have done it without you!
Thank you to Mrs Latham who ordered the trees and organised the afternoon. We promise to look after them and will enjoy watching them grow.
We had another visit from Tom Bates from Yorkshire Cricket this week. He worked with teachers last week, sharing coaching tips for us to use in lessons. He shared an assembly with us this week, talking to the children about cricket, upcoming coaching and competitions we will be entering.
Living and Learning : Community week with Scholes in Bloom
Scholes in Bloom came to talk to us about their fabulous achievements this year. They work so hard to make our village look beautiful and have been recognised for their wonderful work!
Living and Learning : ‘out and about in the community’ competition winners
Living and Learning : Takeover Day
Year 5/6S did an amazing job during Takeover Day. We enjoyed a range of lessons including reading, writing and maths. Some children took on the role of the teacher. They made their own resources and slides for the Clevertouch screen- I was very impressed! Other children took on responsibilities such as taking the register, being a teaching assistant and giving out rewards. Well done to all the children who have spent the week planning their lessons- they’ve put a lot of effort in and worked through their lunchtimes. I am very proud of them. It was also great to see the children dress in clothes that reflect who they are as a person.
Living and Learning: School Charity
Thank you to our Cancer research representative who came to accept our cheque for a staggering £1986.24 this week.
A huge “Well done!” to everybody who helped fund raise the money last year, whether it was buying an ice-pop, baking buns or donating to sponsored events.
We are very proud of our achievements! We look forward to finding out who will be our new school charity for this year.
Living and Learning- Community Week
This week we have been learning all about our community. The children have produced identity circles in which they identified things that are important to them, such as family and friends. They drew maps of important places, and places they regularly visit. We had visits from local police officers and Stella Walsh from the Parish Council, who explained their work in the local community.
Living and Learning: Community Week
|Living and Learning statement – I respect my community and other communities.|
|Whole school events
Out about in the community photo competition
Get out in the community in an active way on the way to and from school. Email ([email protected]) a picture of their active travel, maybe by a landmark on their route to school, for the chance to win a voucher (2 x KS1 and 2 x KS2). Entries to be submitted by 29.11.19.
Whole school homework 22.11.19 Talk Time: Which charity should our school support?
Review on Thursday 28 November and vote in class for one charity per class. School Council will discuss chosen charities from each class and vote on final choice (meeting 29 Nov AM) The winners will be announced in assembly Fri 29 Nov PM.
Identity day – Friday 29 November
Children are invited to dress in clothing that represents part of their identity, for example uniform from a club they attend, a team they are part of or support or something that represents them.