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Easter Journey

As a school we have worked together to tell the Easter story in a creative and inspiring way. Each year group was given a part of the Easter story reflecting their class value. In year 1 we were given Palm Sunday representing our class value thankfulness.  As a year group we made our own palm leaves and wrote words of thankfulness on them. All of the creations from the different year groups were then added together to create an Easter journey around school. We took the time as a class to go on the Easter journey around school and explore the different creations from other year groups as well as experience the Easter story in an interactive and reflective way.

Lounge Room Lizards

Today we have had a visit from Lounge Room Lizards as part of our Animals including Humans topic. We looked at lots of different animals such as a bearded dragon, a chameleon, 3 different snakes and lots more. We found out some very interesting facts about all of the animals and even got a chance to hold and stroke some.

World book day 2018

 

This year for world book day our school turned into a superhero training academy and in order to graduate as fully qualified super hero's we had to complete a number of different missions. Our missions were to, take part in a fashion show to show off our superhero costumes, complete a superhero boot camp, visit our school library, take a superhero selfie, make superhero smoothies and design our own cape and mask using our class value ' thankfulness'. We had lots of fun celebrating world book day this year and have enjoyed reading different books throughout the day. It is safe to say that we have all graduated our superhero training academy in Year 1.

Congratulations superheroes! 

Be Safe Be Seen

 

Joe from Sefton Council came to visit us in school and talk to us about how to stay safe on the road.  Joe talked about making sure we stop, look, listen and think when crossing the road, wear bright colours when walking at night, hold an adults hand when crossing the road and use a booster seat and seat belt when travelling by car.

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