We found him hiding inside the cupboard with a note that said, ‘Do you like the tree I brought you? Helper, move all distractions and bring knowledge. Miss Seddon said that we made it look very easy! We have a very busy half term ahead of us, thank you for the continued support. World Book Day Practical food skills Environmental science Reasoning and debate Let us sow the seeds of creative thinking about local community, sustainability, taste and food quality!
Year 2 worked with the author Ella Burfoot. Have a look at the children’s predictions and the pictures of our lava lamps. Father Steven Ochieng commented: We have been learning about how to improve our writing. We arrived into school this morning to find Buddy hiding in the role play area. We are looking forward to welcoming him and Anthony again next year. Buddy was sat in the tree looking very proud of himself.
Helper, move all distractions and bring knowledge. Buddy the Elf – Day 6. We greeted him with respect and in a polite way.
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ot Heavenly Father, Thank you for the young people in our school community. The teachers did not know how they got there. Buddy was sat in the tree looking very proud of himself. After lunch we took a stroll through the Albert Dock to the Pier Head where we were lucky enough to visit another Beatles exhibition and experience the 4D Beatles film.
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On the floor was something which many of us had not seen before, it was a giant interactive piano! In class we carried out skelemrsdale own experiment and created our own lava lamps. We arrived into school this morning to find Buddy hiding in the role play area.
World Book Day We predicted what would happen when we dropped in the alka seltzer. Miss Seddon brought us in a loaf of bread, we were cutting it into halves and quarters and then using the pieces to count in fractions.
They all looked wonderful in their costumes and had lots of fun parading on ouf catwalk with the rest of the school. The money will go towards the education of one child in the Mission, which has currently children on roll with numbers rising steadily. We dressed up as The Beatles and their fans and we learnt how to twist to 50’s music.
We found him hiding inside the cupboard with a note that said, ‘Do you like the tree I brought you? Today the children have built the frame for their buggy, they began by collecting the correct pieces of equipment that they need.
Year 2 worked with the author Ella Burfoot. KS1 children worked in pairs to make their very own Berry Brulee.
Author Visit – Ella Burfoot – Year 1. This brought a little bit of love into the room which was good for our coming together as a School. We have been learning the song, ‘Yellow Submarine’ in our music lessons and were very excited to go on our trip. We arrived into school to find that the Christmas decorations have been put up in our classroom. We looked at lots of pictures of fossils and wanted to make our own. This morning we found Buddy all tucked up in his bedroom.
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Have a look at the pictures of our celebration. He was inside the manger with baby Jesus. The children have worked so hard with our new teachers Miss Seddon and Miss Jones to complete the firework hmoework. Practical food skills Environmental science Reasoning and debate Let us sow the seeds of creative thinking about local community, sustainability, taste and food quality!
Next we chose a lovely colouring sheet that peacd are going to use to make a mobile to hang.
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The children all worked together really well and each produced a delicious dessert. We have skelmersdxle the topic this week and the children are very enthusiastic and eager to learn.
Miss Seddon said that we made it look very easy! We decided to make a map of Skelmersdale using our favourite places.
Father Steven Ochieng commented: