Our House Captains gave a helping hand to collect the wonderful contributions made at our Harvest Festival and load into the van to be distributed around the community by the Kearsley and Farnworth Foodbank.
This week the children were greeted by Coach Mark from Bolton Bikeability to help them lear how to ride a balance bike.
They learnt various skills from braking, turning and holding their feet up.
The children had the most amazing time!
This morning as a school we went over to Church for our Harvest Church Service.
We carried over our donations and gave them to Mrs Bithell at the alter. These will go towards local food banks in our community. We sang Harvest hymns and watched Y5 lead the service too.
Today we welcomed in the new Reception Class.
We played games, sang songs and of course enjoyed a picnic with our own teddy bears.
To conclude our topic about animals we visited Smithills Open Farm where we took part in several activities throughout the day, donkey rides, pets corners, reptile rooms, tractor rides, feeding the animals, watching the cows being milked etc.
Today we had the pleasure of meeting the Guide Dog team, Toni and her working dog Quilla.
Toni explained how important her Guide Dog is to her and how some people need a special pet to help them - just like Quilla.
As part of our topic about Animals, we began by sharing pictures and talking…
This week we took part in KS1 Easter Bonnet Assembly.
Saying "HOSANNA", singing and waving our palm leaves.
We also participated in Ester Bonnet Parade, making our own Easter Bonnets for all parents to see.
Starting the morning with the NSPCC Speak Up, Stay Safe assembly.
Some key messages for our children.
We had a fabulously soggy and muddy trip to Clifton Marina this morning to explore and discover clues about Kearsley’s mining past!