Non-Stop Fun and Learning at Neston Primary School
|Published: 18th March 2019 10:23|
Pupils at Neston primary school have packed in a lot of different activities over the past few weeks.
Year 6 pupils enjoyed an activity week full of challenges when they took part in their annual residential trip. They were given the opportunity to try abseiling, canoeing, rafting, climbing and a zip wire.
Pupils in Year 5 took part in ‘Bikeability Cycle Training'. They were taught to ride their bikes safely before taking to the local road with their instructors.
Many famous book characters were seen in the school during World Book Day. Children and staff helped to make the day very colourful and memorable.
Pupils and Staff planted over 50 trees in the school grounds recently. The trees were donated by The Mersey Forest Project.
The Rotakids Group recently raised £128 for Wirral and Chester Riding for the Disabled by organising a cake sale. The Rotakids group at Neston Primary school has now raised £4147 since the club was started.
Children in Year 4 enjoyed creating their own loaves of bread thank to staff from Roberts Bakery.