School Council will be selling a variety of poppy themed goods to raise money for this worthwhile cause. Suggested donations are between 50p and £1.50.
Year 6 have had a lovely day learning about the chocolate adventure of Cadbury World. Through an informative talk about the Mayans and Aztecs the children have learnt lots of interesting facts. We have tried Yummy chocolate with a choice of fillings and have been able to play on the park. The 4d cinema experience was brilliant and the children's behaviour was outstanding.
Well done to the children who took part in the Change 4 Life festival. The pupils showed superb determination, self belief and teamwork. Well done and thank you for representing Elston Hall.
Class 20 enjoyed music at Aldersley and Class 19 had a lesson in art.
Y1: Tom Fletcher
Y2: Oliver Jeffers
Y3: Michael Rosen and Roald Dahl
Y4: Aaron Becker
Y5: Ross Macenzie
Y6: Michael Morpurgo
Paddington has been visiting different countries in the UK and teaching us about each of them... can you guess which country he had been to this week?
Year 1 were also investigating their sense of touch this week and were describing how different objects feel. They explored the objects in Paddington's suitcase by closing their eyes and touching each object. Alex even said "I hope there isn't a cactus in there!"
Year 1 have been learning about instructions this week and they have had a great time following instructions on how to make a paper plate fish, a bracelet, a pirate hat and a picture puzzle.
Year 3 enjoyed investigating whether a long bone would be stronger than a short or medium bone. They tested out rolls of newspaper to replicate bones and created their own table for their data. They then thought about the results and whether this is why humans have a backbone made of smaller bones.
Year 4 recreated a tsunami to help them learn about the effects.
Our peer supporters had a brilliant day in Play leader training at The Way Youth Zone today! They learned a variety of skills to enable them to make our
playtimes more fun in both KS1 and KS2. They will now be working towards becoming Level 1 Sports leaders - keep an eye out for more to come! Well done guys!
Reception children were very lucky to have some of their parents join them during their Phonics Learning. Parents were able to gain an understanding of how we teach Phonics and how to support their children at home. Parents were able to gain an insight into learning in the classroom by seeing their children during a Phonics lesson and join in with some fun Phonics activities! We really appreciate parents and carers for taking time out of their morning to share in our learning.
If parents would like more information regarding Phonics or some fun online Phonics activities please visit these websites: