On the last afternoon of the Autumn Term the children watched a pantomime called Treasure Island. The panto was performed by a professional touring group who performed the panto in the school hall.
The children throughly enjoyed the panto which included plenty of audience participation, as you can see below – he’s behind you!!
Year 4 have been making Money Containers in Design and technology this term and children are taking them home as Christmas presents. Here are some to have a look at:
Year 4 children are currently taking part in a very exciting project with Salford Music and Performing Arts Service (MAPAS). This service is dedicated to ‘raising standards’ and ‘maximising the potential’ of young people within the city of Salford. Year four children have each been given a Brass or Woodwind instrument to learn this year, to form a class orchestra. Our instruments include the Flute, Clarinet, Cornet and the Trombone.
Here Salford Music and Performing Arts Service (MAPAS) are teaching Year 4 children the importance of Rhythm. Each week children get to listen to superb demonstrations from the MAPAS teachers.
As part of our Science topic this term, Year 4 have been looking at local habitats. Children designed and made bird feeders to attract more wildlife to our local habitiat. All term, Year 4 children have been observing a range of birds visiting our School. Half the fun of feeding the birds was figuring out what their names were!
Year One and Two performed their Christmas Production of Ralph the Reindeer to sell out audiences. There were lots of budding actors and actresses, not to mention the magnificient singing voices of all involved. Broadway here we come!
We visited the centre as part of this terms Geography and Science topics.
We carried out experiments to filter dirty water.
We found out which mixtures were soluble and insoluble.
After lunch we even sorted out our rubbish and recycled as much as we could.
We carried out weather experiments to find out the wind speed, direction and temperature. Later on we used this information to write and film our own weather reports.
Here we’re finding out about the water cycle and playing a game.
We certainly had a busy day and learnt a great deal.
Yesterday Year 3 visited the Jewish Museum on Cheetham Hill in Manchester. The museum is housed in an old Synagogue. During the visit the children found out about all the various different parts of a Synagogue including the ark and the torah scrolls.