From Superheroes to Local Landmarks, Neston Primary's Packed a Lot In!
|Published: 1st November 2016 09:12|
The 39 days of the first half-term of the school year at Neston Primary have been filled with lots of learning and a range of exciting, colourful and interesting activities.
Superhero day at Neston Primary
"We always aim to create valuable and unique learning opportunities" said Headteacher Rob Golding. "I don't think I have ever known such a busy time in school. My thanks to our teachers, TAs, support staff, parents and pupils for their help in making our school such a busy and exciting place to learn, work and grow."
One of many brilliant models and pictures created to celebrate 'Our Area.'
Activities have included: Various intra and inter-school sports competitions. A Rotakids Cake Sale - raising funds for End Polio. Lots of local visits. A superhero day in Year 6. Baking and cooking - linked to books the children were reading or festivals. A residential visit to Delamere Forest. A topic on ‘Our Area'. A Performance Poetry Day. A flash Mob dance at Neston Market. A Big Build Project. A project on the history and importance of voting. 14 free after school clubs were offered including cartoon club, basketball, netball, Lego... We made our own apple juice thanks to friends of Lees Lane Ponds. The National Deaf Children Society's Roadshow visited school...and more!
Making apple juice
The Big Build project
Visit to Delamere
Drawing the staff
Flash Mob at Neston's Friday Market
Studying trains and a visit to Hadlow Road Station
Badges made depicting local landmarks
A visit from the National Deaf Childrens Society roadshow
Inter-school netball tournament
Rotakids' Cake Sale
The Shark in the Park