From Art to Smokebusting, Neston Primary School Has a Busy Half Term
|Published: 20th February 2017 08:49|
During the past few months the weather may have been a little dull, but pupils at Neston Primary School have enjoyed a bright and eventful half-term.
An art day resulted in the production of some stunning royal-themed work, just one of many exciting activities undertaken during the first two months of the year.
Events have included: two residential visits, thirteen after-school clubs - including yoga and archery, a ‘Famous Britons' day, a visit from "The Smokebusters," colourful improvements to our 'Bike Store', year 4 pupils made their own bread - with the help of Roberts bakery, pupils had the opportunity to interview the Mona Lisa, Year 2 pupils enjoyed making moon buggies, PCSO Jackie Tudor helped pupils in Reception Class look for clues to find ‘The Naughty Bus', Pupils in Year 1 enjoyed learning about cold climates thanks to the book ‘Lost & Found'...
Rob Golding, Headteacher, said; "We have managed to pack a great deal of learning into this half-term. I think we are all looking forward to the break!
"My thanks to the pupils, parents and members of staff for their hard-work and commitment to making our school a busy and exciting place to be."
Bike Store Improvements
Lost and Found
Mona Lisa Interview
Making Moon Buggies
The Naughty Bus