Whilst staying at home the children and parents have done a lovely job of making stay safe posters.
Unfortunately as the situation becomes more challenging, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to maintain staffing levels, therefore childcare for all Trust schools will take place at Elston Hall Primary School from Thursday 26th March.
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Year 2 had so much fun dressing up in their costumes for world book day today.
Nursery celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as some of their favourite characters.
Class 3 dressed in some amazing costumes and enjoyed talking about the characters that they were dressed as.
Class 2 also had a lovely time sharing their reading and writing with reception.
Some super costumes in Year 4!
Year 6 enjoying reading!
The children have had a brilliant week learning about Iceland. They have learnt what a volcano is and built their own active volcano. They have also created the Aurora Borealis (northern lights) using ice painting and other media. We have also learnt about how animals can survive in cold climates due to their extra layers of fat and fur.
We went on a walk after the stormy weather to see what had changed or stayed the same. Then, we collected items blown down to create a den, and planted a branch which children created decorations for to brighten up our room.
We learnt about instrument names and what they sound like.
Today Class 7 went on a scavenger hunt around school. The clues led up back to our sand pit and hiding inside it was PETER RABBIT! Peter Rabbit has come to Palmers Cross for our Spring 2 topic ‘The Adventures of Peter Rabbit’. Class 7 have made Peter Rabbit his very own house, bed and food/water bowls. Everyone is very excited for Peter Rabbit’s stay!