S Club enjoyed going to St Anne's Academy this afternoon to do some football and trampolining.
Year 3 have enjoyed designing, programming and evaluating their own games in Discovery Coding with conditional events in that stop the player if they hit a colour or hide objects if they are touched, like this, this and this.
Year 3 talked about their work on geology in their class assembly. They explained lots of information about plate tectonics, the hazards of volcanoes and earthquakes and how coal is formed and mined from underground.
Parents and carers enjoyed visiting school this morning to join in with a fun and interactive grammar lesson in their child's class and to learn more about the expectations for each year group.
If you missed it, there is another chance next Friday. Places are limited so please sign up for just one of the days using School Gateway. If you need any help logging in or signing up please contact the school office.
Please click below to sign up for the Autumn term extra curricular clubs. Your child will be notified if they have been accepted onto a club. Please note that all clubs will begin week beginning 11th January 2016. They will continue until Easter.
If you have any queries please feel free to contact Miss Steele.
Congratulations to the 93 pupils that won a certificate today for having 100% attendance this half term - this is a fantastic achievement!
All these children were then placed into a prize draw with the opportunity to win a £5 gift voucher, alongside a separate draw for all this half term's Merit Award winners. After all the excitement in a special achievement assembly, the children below won the vouchers. Congratulations to all!
From January, an 'Attendance Ted' and 'On Time Ted' will also be awarded each week to the class with the highest attendance and fewest lates. In addition, the class with the best attendance record will also be given a special reward each half term.
KS2 sang and performed a selection of Christmas favourites beautifully this morning to parents in the hall. Sing along children also sang the Twelve days of a Parkfield Christmas and Year 3 read the classic poem 'Twas the night before Christmas.
The whole school enjoyed going to Middleton Arena this morning to watch their performance of this year's swashbuckling pantomime adventure today, Peter Pan, with with stunning scenery and lots of special effects, amazing costumes, fantastic music, hilarious jokes with lots of audience participation.
It's the tale all about the boy who refuses to grow up and his mischievous fairy sidekick Tinkerbell as they visit the nursery of Wendy, John & Michael Darling. With a sprinkling of magical fairy dust watch in amazement as Peter and his new friends fly out the nursery window and over London to Neverland. Will Peter Pan & his gang defeat the evil Captain Hook and rid Neverland of evil?
The whole school took part in the annual Christmas service at All Saints and Martyrs church on Langley this morning in which Year 6 recounted the nativity story and the choir sang a couple of carols. Rev. Wall also wished everyone a peaceful and happy Christmas and reminded us to take a moment to wish our neighbours festive greetings - especially those who are elderly or lonely.
Everyone enjoyed eating their traditional Christmas dinner today with all the trimmings - many thanks to all the kitchen staff for all their hard work in preparing it for us!
S Club enjoyed learning about and making Christingles this afternoon. You can find out more information about Christingles at this website - http://www.topmarks.co.uk/christmas/Christingle.aspx.
Our KS2 choir enjoyed singing a medley of Christmas songs around the tree in Middleton Arndale this afternoon to an audience of shoppers and parents.
The whole school enjoyed watching a very special dinosaur assembly this morning in which they learnt about the diets of different dinosaur species and how fossils formed from their remains. They also met Jack, the baby allosaurus, and Millie, the tyrannosaurus!
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