Seven of our Year Six children tok part in our annual Ski Trip to Montgenevre, in France.
Pancakes became a very popular dish to eat in the UK on Shrove Tuesday because they contain foods which were forbidden during Lent.
As part of our work on the Mosque, some of our Year Three pupils brought in their Mosque clothes and prayer beads
Year Two have been working hard this week in all areas of learning, but not least in their grammar lessons. They have shown understanding of and used a range of adverbs with the help of their pal Adil Adverb who just loves to hang out with Veronica Verb and describe what she does.
There was great excitement in Nursery today as the children came to school dressed as their favourite story character.
Reception Class have been investigating the properties of water, observing what happens when there is a change in temperature
Reception Class led our assembly today, teaching us how to grow up strong and healthy.
Year Four have created colourful brooches similar in style to those worn by Anglo Saxon settlers to fasten their cloaks over one thousand years ago.
As part of their Geography topic on ‘Direction’ Year Three went into the playground to learn about the ‘eight cardinal points’ N/NE/NW/S/SE/SW/E/W and how a compass works.
The latest round of the chess league took place last night at Bolton School, Girls Division.
Five members of Year Four went to St. Joseph's RC High School last night to compete in the first of two finals. They completed three tasks, which were Floor Exercise, Body Management and Vaulting.
All the children enjoyed learning to use the wire snips, and connected a motor, switch and battery so that they have a basic understanding of the project ahead.
The next step is to learn about gearing mechanisms so that their motor can drive a model carousel.
We are looking forward to starting the models.
Last week's assembly ensured all our pupils were ready, willing and able to take part in the RSPB's annual bird watching event. Everyone in the UK was invited to sit and watch the birds in their garden for one hour at the weekend to count how many of each type of bird you see and send the information to the RSPB via their website. All the data the public collect is used in their work to gauge the health of birds and wildlife in our country.
Reception Class were so excited to see snow this week that they went outside to catch some snowflakes.
We were invited to take part in a 5 a side fun tournament this week, which enabled us to select some different children and test their football skills.
Year One history topic this term is ‘The Great fire of London'.
The children learned that in 1666 a fire started in a bakery in Pudding Lane. The fire spread very quickly because the houses were made of wood and stood very close together.
The topic of water is keeping Reception Class very busy in their art and craft area.
The Nursery children have been learning about the three billy goats gruff.
After a week of hard work, Year Two are spending Friday afternoons learning outdoors in Clevelands' beautiful woodland.
The North West Schools' Chess Championship took place on Saturday and Clevelands entered two teams.
Our B team finished a creditable joint 4th but our A team managed a top three finish and picked up Bronze medals... A super day and a great reward for all their hard work.