Eagles class is full of opportunities to develop yourself. There is the much anticipated trip to London where we learn about our culture and parliament. The bi-annual outward bound residential trip to Lockerbie Manor is a highlight and really helps to form lasting friendships and encourages children to become more independent. We also have many other opportunities to engage in the world around us and develop our self esteem, so that we are ready to soar like eagles.
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Spring Term 2018
2018 Marathon Challenge!
Eagles class have begun our challenge to run a marathon in stages over the coming weeks. We had a fabulous time running a mile in the snow this morning! I am so proud of you all. 😊 It was great to see your rosy cheeks when we had finished. Keep up the fantastic work!
Able Writers Day
8 children from Eagles took part in a writing workshop at Queens Drive Primary School, lead by brilliant science fiction writer Colin Parsons. The children had an enjoyable and rewarding day that resulted in some fantastic stories.
Autumn Term 2017
Year 6 Metanoia Day
Our Year 6 children had a wonderful day at St Andrew’s. They were joined by children from other local Catholic Primary Schools for a day of fun, prayer and reflection.
Eagles class had great fun on Open Day! We made dough and investigated how it can be used in electrical circuits containing LEDs. We also enjoyed experimenting with our new ‘Makey Makey’ device: we used it to play a banana keyboard and play-dough bongo drums! Mrs James then challenged the children to break into her cookie jar without triggering the alarm: it had been wired up through the Makey Makey to a Scratch program. Only a few children have successfully managed to take a cookie undetected. The challenge continues…
Baking for MacMillan Coffee Afternoon
Eagles children enjoyed a lovely afternoon baking cakes for the MacMillan Coffee Afternoon. The school raised lots of money and we all had great fun doing so.
Eagles class have been enjoying learning about electricity. They combined their circuit-making knowledge and D.T. skills to make ‘Wobblebots’! Don’t they look fantastic?
Lancashire County Cricket Club (LCCC) Education Without Boundaries Day
All our Year 5 & 6 pupils were invited to attend a worskhop at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, led by LCCC Education Without Boundaries Team.
The Education Without Boundaries Programme is an educational experience for Primary school children based in the inspirational setting of the AJ Bell Players & Media Centre at Emirates Old Trafford.
The day involved both educational activities and playing cricket in the Indoor Cricket Centre.
The children had the chance to practice their fundamental skills in a fun way whilst discovering the wonderful world of cricket. The Lancashire and cricket themed resources were delivered through a blended approach of iPad and hands-on activities.
Summer Term 2017
Congratulations Eagles you have finished your SATs. Well done for all your hard work.
Spring Term 2017
Eagles class enjoyed getting into character to begin writing their detective stories