We are extremely excited to announce that a new blog launches today. Mr Cooper’s pupils (Class K) have spent the past two weeks creating their own ‘micro-blog’ to represent the school in their own words. The children researched, planned, wrote and edited their own content for the blog. Please follow, comment and read the blog! The address is:


Lledr Hall 2013

In the week beginning 3rd June, pupils from Classes K and L took part in a residential trip to Lledr Hall, North Wales. The children learnt how to climb a mountain, gorge walk, traverse the high ropes and lead a friend through the dreaded ‘night line’. The ethos of the centre is team work and our pupils greatly enjoyed working together on some challenging activities! Below are a selection of some of the photographs taken throughout the week.












Building Shadufs…

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Pupils in Mr Cooper’s, Mrs Cookson’s and Mrs Clarke’s classes have been learning about Ancient Egypt this term. As part of their Design and Technology work, the children will be constructing their own ‘Shaduf’. Mr Cooper’s class used K’Nex to try potential design ideas. They were incredible!

Lledr Hall Memories

Over the past few weeks, Class K, Mr Cooper’s Year 5/6 class, have been editing their own videos which will serve as an everlasting memory of their residential trip to Lledr Hall. The class split into seven groups, elected a project manager and then storyboarded, planned and edited their own short films. The fantastic video below has been produced by the group Memory Makers.

Social Networking Songs

Year 5/6 – Class K – have been learning about the dangers of social networking for children under the age of 13 (the minimum legal age for somebody to use a site such as Facebook).

The children have composed some short songs which highlight both the potential dangers and off alternative suitable social networking sites for children.

Click on the links below to listen to the songs.

Y6 – Moshi Monsters
Y6 – Kids on the Internet