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Summer Term 2024

Thank you for visiting our Final Summer Term Class Webpage. This term we have lots to do including our Year 6 Sat's and preparation for transition to High School. It is also a very exciting term full of fun and learning. Make sure you pop back regularly to see what we have been doing.

A special visit this morning from Juliet Shone, John Shone and Deputy Lieutenant, Diana Flint. Year 6 were awarded a special certificate for their participation in Princess Anne’s visit to Ellesmere. Mrs Flint also read out a letter she had received from the Princess Royal’s lady in waiting.

Final day of SATs! We will miss these special breakfasts we’ve had prepared by Mrs Cavell every morning.

Reading in The Little Chapel.

We had a wonderful Spiritual visit to the Little Chapel to celebrate May Day Bank Holiday. As well as sharing Art work we were also able to read prayers and hymns from the Pulpet. A huge thank you to Rosemary Craven and Reverend Gareth for inviting us.

Prayers and Hymns at The Little Chapel

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Our Year 6 pupils were invited to sing for HRH Princess Anne alongside pupils in Cockshutt C of E Primary School. The children beautifully sang two songs and spoke to the princess about the worksheet they were completing in between songs. The sun was shining and we had a brilliant time. A memorable day for our children that they won’t be forgetting anytime soon! 
 

Thank you to Juliet Woollam for providing us with this special opportunity and teaching us the songs.

Royal Appointment in Ellesmere

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Class 4 Summer Term 2024.

English Pathways : Manfish

This term we are using our time to explore the wonderful biography of Jacques Cousteau through the book Manfish. This is a fascinating journey of discovery of one of the greatest ever, underwater explorers. We link our work to drama and freeze frames. 

Physical Education

We place great emphasis on regular activity, movement and Physical Education. It is important that pupils grow up recognising the importance of a healthy lifestyle and also the fun and excitement of P.E.

This term we are focusing on the skills of Fielding and catching.

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