Children from year 3&4 have been engaging in various activities relating to fire safety for this week’s theme- safety week. They learnt and recorded key information about how to stay safe from fires and how to prepare for an emergency fire. The children also created posters of the fire safety rules given by the fire brigade. […]
During safety week, year 5 and 6 researched safety online and began reading a book on online safety. For PSHE, children were set a task to create a poster/ leaflet providing advice on how to stay safe whilst using the internet and other social media sites. As a class we debated on issues such as […]
Children were asked about ‘stranger danger’, how to understand and spot a stranger and how to react in the safest and most appropriate way without panic. The class teachers acted out a scenario where they approached a child as a stranger, the children were able to identify the importance of not speaking to strangers and […]
As part Safety week, children in Key stage 2 were given special ‘Safety’ related books to read and discuss in guided reading. The books covered topics on road safety, bullying, online safety and cyber bullying. The children enjoyed the activities in the books and were able to identify the dangers that could be avoided with […]
During safety week we learned about the new nasty germ, the corona virus. We now know why it is important to wash our hands with soap for 20 seconds, so that germs are washed away. The children had fun helping to make slime and pretending they was germs. They washed their hands with soap for […]
The children were encouraged to bring a used book from home to exchange with other members of their class. This way children got to take home a new book to enjoy, but without paying for it!
The Year 3 and 4 children came down to the Year 1 and 2 class and spent time reading to the younger children. They were put into pairs. The Year 1 and 2 children also got the opportunity to read to the older children. It was fantastic to see how well the Year 3 and […]
We invited the Scholastics book fair to the school to encourage children to buy and read books of their choice. There was a choice of fiction, non fiction and stationary items to choose from. It was great to see the enthusiasm shown by the children, many went home with a book that the were interested […]
As part of Book Week, the children learnt about who Shakespeare was, the plays he wrote and the key differences between a comedy, tragedy and a history play. The Hobgoblins team made sure the shows were very much interactive where they used drama skills and games such as freeze frames and role play to learn […]
We celebrated international women’s day by praising and recognising our beautiful girls in school . To mark the occasion 200 roses were handed out to each of the girls . The boys did not get left out, each boy received a rose to gift to the special woman in their life . Staff were also […]
Safer Internet Day aims to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. Safer Internet Day 2020 was celebrated globally and […]
Thank you to all the students who made that extra effort to celebrate World Hijab Day with us by wearing their beautiful hijabs so proudly. World Hijab Day is an annual event founded by Nazma Khan in 2013. The event takes place on February 1st each year in 140 countries worldwide. Its stated purpose is to […]
The Early Years are learning about people who help us. We had some lovely local officers visit us and talk about what they do and how they help people. We had a crime scene set up in the classroom where the toys were missing. The police officers helped the children find clues and guided them […]
During science week we had someone special from the Mad Science company come and make slime with the early years children. They followed the instructions very well and manged to make their own slime to take home. We had so much fun. Have a look.
The children were encouraged to explore the difference between physical and chemical reactions and the science behind a simple pot of slime. Children learnt about atoms, bonds and molecules and left the workshop with the ability to identify the difference and a pot of slime!
Workshop: ‘Dry Ice’– The children furthered their discovery between the different states of matter by exploring the processes of how one state can change into another and the scientific terms for this. They witnessed some of Mad Science’s favourite experiments with the introduction of Dry Ice. Bubbling potions and wispy waterfalls; this workshop sure did […]
Look at some of the amazing costumes designed and made by the children to celebrate the end of Science week at Buttercup Primary.