Bradford city penalty shoot out for charity!

1/7/2015

Yesterday,the whole school had a penalty shoot out outside of the dining room. The penalty shootout was lead by Bradford City F.C and we managed to raise lots of money for charity and school.People who tried to raise money got to take four penalty’s against the chicken Billy Bantam from Bradford city and people who didn’t raise any money still got a chance to take a penalty at the end of the shootout. At the end of the shoot out of course no-one wanted to be left out so the teachers had a shot at Billy Bantam too! if you are wondering if you raise at least £3 you will get a medal and if you raise £20 or over you will get your a self a Bradford city football and maybe a medal! But the best… if you raise the most money out of the whole shootout you will get a unique Bradford City F.C football signed by Bradford city footballers!thnk you for putting in the effort to raise money and we are very grateful for your conturbiton to our fund today. The charity’s and our school are very delighted with all the money raised today and soon we may edit this post to tell you the grand total of money raised yesterday! We are all looking forward till we get our prizes.

 

And Thank you for reading this report

From Reporter Charlie and his assistant Katie.

Year 1 den building with family

Today Year 1 took part in a Den Day for Save the Children. All the children had a great time, building their own shelters in teams with some grown-ups from home coming to join in the fun too!

Once our dens were built we even got to eat some treats in them.

We were all awarded with certificates for taking part and categories such as ‘The Den Most Fit For  A Queen’, ‘The Best Blackout Den’ and ‘The Best Teamwork’.

We raised over £100 for Save the Children and the money we raised will help give children around the world a safe place to shelter and the things they need to grow up healthy and happy.

​Thank you for all the support.

Key Stage One visit the Sculpture Park

The children in Key Stage One are really enjoying their trips to the Sculpture Park this week. They have spent time looking at the Henry Moore pieces as well as some of the more modern sculptures hidden around the beautiful park. During the day they have enjoyed doing their own sketches and taking photographs. As we walked around the site, the children collected pieces of natural resources to construct their own amazing sculptures.

Back at school, some of children who went on Tuesday have already begun to recreate their designs using clay.

I think all the staff and children will agree that this has been a wonderful trip which has built upon the work they have already been doing about Henry Moore and the skills involved in sculpting with a range of materials.

KS1 have an Easter arrival!

In Key Stage 1 we had some eggs but they left early yesterday morning.

When the eggs started to hatch we saw a little peach beak and yellow soft wings. When they started to hatch we started to guess what animal was in the eggs. I thought it was an ostrich egg but some children thought they were goose eggs. As they grew we saw they had webbed feet and were ducklings! When they got bigger we made them a pen out of the building-blocks in the shared area. When we got a closer look they got frightened and they kept hiding under a little shelter. When the chicks were 5 days old we got to pick them up. They felt really soft and cuddly. It felt brilliant! We all felt really sad when they left yesterday morning because we enjoyed seeing them every morning and hearing them cheap.

Written by Keira

(Year 2, Beech)

Easter Worship

All children and staff attended our Easter Worship yesterday some Governors also visiting too. Our recorder club started our worship by performing Peace Perfect Peace. Despite their stage fright they impressed everyone with their first performance.

We sang a number of songs including Servant King and Hurray for Jesus. Everyone was given their palm cross and held them carefully during our Easter prayers. Some of our Year 6 children had prepared their own video version to accompany the hymn See What a Morning.

As the children left the hall they were also given an Easter Egg treat!