Each half term we count up the house points that have been awarded to the members of each house over the past weeks.
On Tuesday two fire engines visited Clevelands and all the children enjoyed exploring the engines and learning about the equipment that the engines carry and what it was used for
The ‘Shoot the Flames’ game which was great fun and proved very popular was one of the activities set up by the children to raise money for the firefighters charity.
Our Nursery children set off on adventure to visit Bolton museum.
Reception Class have worked hard settling into school, making friends and learning lots of new things, so it was time to celebrate their first half term in school with a visit to Queens Park.
Year Four once again visited this beautiful part of the world in Lytham-St-Anne's where the RSPB have their Discovery Centre. They carried out work that linked directly to their Geography and Science topics.
Our pupils experienced British Values in action last week when, after learning more about Democracy, they elected this year’s School Council, Sports Council and Fairtrade Council.
On Monday afternoon, we took a Year Three and Four team and a Year Five and Six team to Firwood Manor Preparatory School to play Rounders.
All classes from nursery to Year Two have played hockey this morning! They all really enjoyed it! Some huge potential, especially from nursery!
In their Art lessons Year Three have been developing their observational drawing skills.
Today, the speech and drama club gave their end of year presentation.
As part of their maths topic about money, Reception Class put theory into practice on Thursday with some 'real life' money challenges.