Neston Primary Children Have Been Out and About This Term
|Author: Rob Golding, Neston Primary School||Published: 30th October 2018 11:24|
Pupils at Neston Primary School are enjoying their half-term break after a very busy start to the school year.
Many activities and lessons have taken place during September and October including:
A residential trip to Delemere Forest for pupils in Year 2. The children enjoyed making dens, craft activities and linking the trip to books studied in school.
All of the pupils took part in practical activities on Truck Safety. Thanks to staff from GIST for their time and help.
A colourful and enjoyable Halloween disco was held. The standard of costumes and make-up was of a very high.
Year 6 pupil enjoyed the opportunity to handle and learn about several exotic animals. This linked with their literacy and topic work. The Children were able to meet and handle snakes, a parrot, iguanas and spiders. Our thanks to ‘Keiko and friends' for organising this superb session.
Several pupils visited Sytchcroft Park to help with the improvements. The children helped by planting bulbs ready for spring.
Pupils in Year 3 enjoyed a circus workshop, which linked to their literacy lessons and the book ‘Leon and the Place Between'.
At Harvest time, pupils collected a large amount of food and toiletries for local people. Representatives from Neston Methodist church came along to collect the items.
Our Rotakids groups raised over £155 for MacMillan Cancer care when they held a successful cake sale.
Pupils in Year 1 visited Lees lane ponds and we would like to thank the Friends of Lees Lane Ponds for their help in the hunt for ‘The Bog Baby'.