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07
Jun
2024
Blackbird News
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

We hope you all had a lovely break. We've been told about some fabulous things you all got up to in the break and the children have returned well-rested and ready to learn. 

The end of a short and sweet week and the start of our last half term before Blackbirds become big, grown-up Year 6 children! 

Thank you so much for such a wide array of fabulous masks - I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentations we have had so far. Seeing and hearing the children get into character has been great! 

Quick mention to everyone for the super efforts in the week before we broke up at the Brownlee Triathlon. There was so much good sportsmanship and support on display my heart was most definitely warmed. Every single person joined in with every activity and that's despite some last minute nerves. Well done gang! 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The Blackbird Team. 

 

 

07
Jun
2024
Kestrel News
7/06/2024 7:06 PM

It’s been a short week for the children this week, but we’ve worked hard nonetheless. We have wrapped-up our work on Greek myths, ready to begin a new unit on persuasive writing next week. In maths, we have just been working on our mental maths and arithmetic skills, ready to begin a new unit on statistics and data handling on Monday.

In reading skills, we have been learning how to develop our skills of justifying our opinions about a text, writing some recommendations and book reviews. While in PSHE, we have been looking at different influences in our lives that may lead us to use alcohol and nicotine, and the risks involved. The children have engaged very well discussed these issues respectfully and maturely- well done Kestrels!

Next week, we will be getting to grips with our end of year show – and remember, Year 6, if you would like one of the meatier roles, auditions will be held on Monday lunchtime at 12:30pm. Information about tickets and costumes will follow in the next couple of weeks!

Interhouse cycling will be held on Thursday next week. Children can bring their bike OR scooter – both require a helmet though. Kestrel and Puffin children should leave their bike/ scooter on the MUGA (blue playground) before school please, and in case of bad weather, bring their helmets into the classrooms. If your child does not have a bike/ scooter please don’t worry, we’ll have some alternative activities on a cycling theme planned!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

07
Jun
2024
Peacocks step back in time
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

Peacocks turned back the clock to 1879 today for their experience of Victorian school life.  The children had fun as they experienced the games and lessons of the past. We all had a great time pretending to be in the old Rawdon Littlemoor School and experiencing the strict rules and unusual lessons of the past. We even had gruel to eat! Everyone looked amazing in their costumes!

Next week, year four are going to be doing their times tables SATS test so get practicing everyone.

photos to come on the website.

07
Jun
2024
Blackbird News
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

We hope you all had a lovely break. We've been told about some fabulous things you all got up to in the break and the children have returned well-rested and ready to learn. 

The end of a short and sweet week and the start of our last half term before Blackbirds become big, grown-up Year 6 children! 

Thank you so much for such a wide array of fabulous masks - I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentations we have had so far. Seeing and hearing the children get into character has been great! 

Quick mention to everyone for the super efforts in the week before we broke up at the Brownlee Triathlon. There was so much good sportsmanship and support on display my heart was most definitely warmed. Every single person joined in with every activity and that's despite some last minute nerves. Well done gang! 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The Blackbird Team. 

 

 

07
Jun
2024
Kestrel News
7/06/2024 7:06 PM

It’s been a short week for the children this week, but we’ve worked hard nonetheless. We have wrapped-up our work on Greek myths, ready to begin a new unit on persuasive writing next week. In maths, we have just been working on our mental maths and arithmetic skills, ready to begin a new unit on statistics and data handling on Monday.

In reading skills, we have been learning how to develop our skills of justifying our opinions about a text, writing some recommendations and book reviews. While in PSHE, we have been looking at different influences in our lives that may lead us to use alcohol and nicotine, and the risks involved. The children have engaged very well discussed these issues respectfully and maturely- well done Kestrels!

Next week, we will be getting to grips with our end of year show – and remember, Year 6, if you would like one of the meatier roles, auditions will be held on Monday lunchtime at 12:30pm. Information about tickets and costumes will follow in the next couple of weeks!

Interhouse cycling will be held on Thursday next week. Children can bring their bike OR scooter – both require a helmet though. Kestrel and Puffin children should leave their bike/ scooter on the MUGA (blue playground) before school please, and in case of bad weather, bring their helmets into the classrooms. If your child does not have a bike/ scooter please don’t worry, we’ll have some alternative activities on a cycling theme planned!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

News

07
Jun
2024
Kestrel News
7/06/2024 7:06 PM

It’s been a short week for the children this week, but we’ve worked hard nonetheless. We have wrapped-up our work on Greek myths, ready to begin a new unit on persuasive writing next week. In maths, we have just been working on our mental maths and arithmetic skills, ready to begin a new unit on statistics and data handling on Monday.

In reading skills, we have been learning how to develop our skills of justifying our opinions about a text, writing some recommendations and book reviews. While in PSHE, we have been looking at different influences in our lives that may lead us to use alcohol and nicotine, and the risks involved. The children have engaged very well discussed these issues respectfully and maturely- well done Kestrels!

Next week, we will be getting to grips with our end of year show – and remember, Year 6, if you would like one of the meatier roles, auditions will be held on Monday lunchtime at 12:30pm. Information about tickets and costumes will follow in the next couple of weeks!

Interhouse cycling will be held on Thursday next week. Children can bring their bike OR scooter – both require a helmet though. Kestrel and Puffin children should leave their bike/ scooter on the MUGA (blue playground) before school please, and in case of bad weather, bring their helmets into the classrooms. If your child does not have a bike/ scooter please don’t worry, we’ll have some alternative activities on a cycling theme planned!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

07
Jun
2024
Peacocks step back in time
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

Peacocks turned back the clock to 1879 today for their experience of Victorian school life.  The children had fun as they experienced the games and lessons of the past. We all had a great time pretending to be in the old Rawdon Littlemoor School and experiencing the strict rules and unusual lessons of the past. We even had gruel to eat! Everyone looked amazing in their costumes!

Next week, year four are going to be doing their times tables SATS test so get practicing everyone.

photos to come on the website.

07
Jun
2024
Blackbird News
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

We hope you all had a lovely break. We've been told about some fabulous things you all got up to in the break and the children have returned well-rested and ready to learn. 

The end of a short and sweet week and the start of our last half term before Blackbirds become big, grown-up Year 6 children! 

Thank you so much for such a wide array of fabulous masks - I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentations we have had so far. Seeing and hearing the children get into character has been great! 

Quick mention to everyone for the super efforts in the week before we broke up at the Brownlee Triathlon. There was so much good sportsmanship and support on display my heart was most definitely warmed. Every single person joined in with every activity and that's despite some last minute nerves. Well done gang! 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The Blackbird Team. 

 

 

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07
Jun
2024
Blackbird News
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

We hope you all had a lovely break. We've been told about some fabulous things you all got up to in the break and the children have returned well-rested and ready to learn. 

The end of a short and sweet week and the start of our last half term before Blackbirds become big, grown-up Year 6 children! 

Thank you so much for such a wide array of fabulous masks - I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentations we have had so far. Seeing and hearing the children get into character has been great! 

Quick mention to everyone for the super efforts in the week before we broke up at the Brownlee Triathlon. There was so much good sportsmanship and support on display my heart was most definitely warmed. Every single person joined in with every activity and that's despite some last minute nerves. Well done gang! 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The Blackbird Team. 

 

 

07
Jun
2024
Kestrel News
7/06/2024 7:06 PM

It’s been a short week for the children this week, but we’ve worked hard nonetheless. We have wrapped-up our work on Greek myths, ready to begin a new unit on persuasive writing next week. In maths, we have just been working on our mental maths and arithmetic skills, ready to begin a new unit on statistics and data handling on Monday.

In reading skills, we have been learning how to develop our skills of justifying our opinions about a text, writing some recommendations and book reviews. While in PSHE, we have been looking at different influences in our lives that may lead us to use alcohol and nicotine, and the risks involved. The children have engaged very well discussed these issues respectfully and maturely- well done Kestrels!

Next week, we will be getting to grips with our end of year show – and remember, Year 6, if you would like one of the meatier roles, auditions will be held on Monday lunchtime at 12:30pm. Information about tickets and costumes will follow in the next couple of weeks!

Interhouse cycling will be held on Thursday next week. Children can bring their bike OR scooter – both require a helmet though. Kestrel and Puffin children should leave their bike/ scooter on the MUGA (blue playground) before school please, and in case of bad weather, bring their helmets into the classrooms. If your child does not have a bike/ scooter please don’t worry, we’ll have some alternative activities on a cycling theme planned!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

07
Jun
2024
Peacocks step back in time
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

Peacocks turned back the clock to 1879 today for their experience of Victorian school life.  The children had fun as they experienced the games and lessons of the past. We all had a great time pretending to be in the old Rawdon Littlemoor School and experiencing the strict rules and unusual lessons of the past. We even had gruel to eat! Everyone looked amazing in their costumes!

Next week, year four are going to be doing their times tables SATS test so get practicing everyone.

photos to come on the website.

07
Jun
2024
Blackbird News
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

We hope you all had a lovely break. We've been told about some fabulous things you all got up to in the break and the children have returned well-rested and ready to learn. 

The end of a short and sweet week and the start of our last half term before Blackbirds become big, grown-up Year 6 children! 

Thank you so much for such a wide array of fabulous masks - I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentations we have had so far. Seeing and hearing the children get into character has been great! 

Quick mention to everyone for the super efforts in the week before we broke up at the Brownlee Triathlon. There was so much good sportsmanship and support on display my heart was most definitely warmed. Every single person joined in with every activity and that's despite some last minute nerves. Well done gang! 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The Blackbird Team. 

 

 

07
Jun
2024
Kestrel News
7/06/2024 7:06 PM

It’s been a short week for the children this week, but we’ve worked hard nonetheless. We have wrapped-up our work on Greek myths, ready to begin a new unit on persuasive writing next week. In maths, we have just been working on our mental maths and arithmetic skills, ready to begin a new unit on statistics and data handling on Monday.

In reading skills, we have been learning how to develop our skills of justifying our opinions about a text, writing some recommendations and book reviews. While in PSHE, we have been looking at different influences in our lives that may lead us to use alcohol and nicotine, and the risks involved. The children have engaged very well discussed these issues respectfully and maturely- well done Kestrels!

Next week, we will be getting to grips with our end of year show – and remember, Year 6, if you would like one of the meatier roles, auditions will be held on Monday lunchtime at 12:30pm. Information about tickets and costumes will follow in the next couple of weeks!

Interhouse cycling will be held on Thursday next week. Children can bring their bike OR scooter – both require a helmet though. Kestrel and Puffin children should leave their bike/ scooter on the MUGA (blue playground) before school please, and in case of bad weather, bring their helmets into the classrooms. If your child does not have a bike/ scooter please don’t worry, we’ll have some alternative activities on a cycling theme planned!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

News

07
Jun
2024
Kestrel News
7/06/2024 7:06 PM

It’s been a short week for the children this week, but we’ve worked hard nonetheless. We have wrapped-up our work on Greek myths, ready to begin a new unit on persuasive writing next week. In maths, we have just been working on our mental maths and arithmetic skills, ready to begin a new unit on statistics and data handling on Monday.

In reading skills, we have been learning how to develop our skills of justifying our opinions about a text, writing some recommendations and book reviews. While in PSHE, we have been looking at different influences in our lives that may lead us to use alcohol and nicotine, and the risks involved. The children have engaged very well discussed these issues respectfully and maturely- well done Kestrels!

Next week, we will be getting to grips with our end of year show – and remember, Year 6, if you would like one of the meatier roles, auditions will be held on Monday lunchtime at 12:30pm. Information about tickets and costumes will follow in the next couple of weeks!

Interhouse cycling will be held on Thursday next week. Children can bring their bike OR scooter – both require a helmet though. Kestrel and Puffin children should leave their bike/ scooter on the MUGA (blue playground) before school please, and in case of bad weather, bring their helmets into the classrooms. If your child does not have a bike/ scooter please don’t worry, we’ll have some alternative activities on a cycling theme planned!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

07
Jun
2024
Peacocks step back in time
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

Peacocks turned back the clock to 1879 today for their experience of Victorian school life.  The children had fun as they experienced the games and lessons of the past. We all had a great time pretending to be in the old Rawdon Littlemoor School and experiencing the strict rules and unusual lessons of the past. We even had gruel to eat! Everyone looked amazing in their costumes!

Next week, year four are going to be doing their times tables SATS test so get practicing everyone.

photos to come on the website.

07
Jun
2024
Blackbird News
7/06/2024 3:12 PM

We hope you all had a lovely break. We've been told about some fabulous things you all got up to in the break and the children have returned well-rested and ready to learn. 

The end of a short and sweet week and the start of our last half term before Blackbirds become big, grown-up Year 6 children! 

Thank you so much for such a wide array of fabulous masks - I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentations we have had so far. Seeing and hearing the children get into character has been great! 

Quick mention to everyone for the super efforts in the week before we broke up at the Brownlee Triathlon. There was so much good sportsmanship and support on display my heart was most definitely warmed. Every single person joined in with every activity and that's despite some last minute nerves. Well done gang! 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The Blackbird Team.