A group of 13, year 4 and year 5 children have created a dance routine alongside Miss.Abrahams. They performed a routine for a competition at the Sugden Sports Centre, Manchester recently.
They focused on the 6 core values of the games: self-belief, respect, team work, honesty, determination and passion. The children demonstrated all these values throughout the day and within the routine. They were absolutely amazing!
The routine was choreographed to a medley of songs from the musical, 'The Greatest Showman'. The children met professional dancers from 'The Ash Company Dance School', which was inspirational for them.
On Tuesday we had some very special visitors come to our school to meet all the children from Nursery to Year 6.
Every class in school got the book Lost and Found delivered to them leave a comment here to tell everyone what you have been doing with the book.
Below is a video about the author and Lost and Found animation.
On Wednesday 25th April we went on our third Time for you trip. This was the first of our three Central library visits.
On Friday 27th April we went on our second Time for you trip to Manchester Art Gallery. We were made to feel very welcome.
On Wednesday 25th April a group of parents and myself (Ms.Hulston) went on our first Time for you trip to Manchester museum. We found out about lots of things we can do with our children there.
Jannat Abubakar class 5g performing the experiment of invisible ink using lime juice then heating the paper with hair dryer to reveal the writing.
Firas demonstrated how an egg has higher density than water and hence it sinks. Whereas Yousuf demonstrated that salty water has a higher density than an egg hence it floats.