Another Packed Half Term for Neston Primary School
|Published: 4th April 2017 08:52|
Pupils at Neston Primary School have been busy during the past half-term with a wide range of lessons, visits, visitors and activities.
Pupils enjoyed making their own model monsters in DT lessons. The work was linked to the class book ‘How to Train a Dragon'.
Year 5 pupils took part in ‘Bikeability' training - a programme to help children to stay safe when they are cycling.
Local PCSO Jackie Tudor was on hand when the children in Reception Class investigated the case of ‘The Queen's Missing Knickers'.
Everton's Under 23 managers - David Unsworth and John Ebbrell visited school and shared a few tops tips as well as discussing their footballing careers. The players also donated a shirt and ball to the PTA.
Year 1 pupils enjoyed making model Tudor buildings with their parents. The models were then set on fire as The Great Fire of London was recreated on the school field.
The whole school enjoyed a performance of The Selfish Giant by Image Musical Theatre. The show was superb and thoroughly enjoyed by the pupils and staff.
The school's Rotakids Group collected items for a hamper, which they donated to the staff and residents at Hallwood Court.
Year 3 pupils visited Kri Kri restaurant as part of their topic work on Greece. The staff were very welcoming and generous. The children had a fantastic afternoon - learning a lot and eating even more!
Each week ‘Jem' a therapy dog visits schools and the children have the opportunity to read to Jem. This has always been a highlight of the week for many pupils.
The term ended with a display of egg characters created by the children. The standard of work and creativity was very high.