It has been a very busy few weeks at Forton school in the lead up to Christmas with productions, music concerts, meals and assemblies. Here are a selection of photographs from the last few weeks.
Class 4 have been learning about how to survive outside with some shelter building. We have also been learning about how animals adapt and change, how species can be invasive and just what it might look like for our traits
It has been a very exciting morning here at Forton. We got to meet our new school pets – two very beautiful guinea pigs. They are settling in nicely and love their new home. We will be naming them shortly
On Friday 29th September pupils and staff turned into book characters as part of our annual Book Week. Thank you to everyone for being so creative and making such an enthusiastic effort. The winners in each class were: Class 1:
Over the past few weeks the children have enjoyed using a range of new maths equipment including place value dice and counters, individual abacuses and maths song CDS which have been delivered to each class. We hope that they will
This afternoon we had a fantastic visit from the Story Magic Theatre Company. They performed Robin Hood for all the school which was absolutely brilliant! Well done to those children who took on a role in the story and contributed
Look and see how well Class 4 have worked with their new friends ‘stump’, ‘rope’ and ‘branch’ to see how early pulley systems would have been of benefit! An extra special thanks to Mrs. Physick for the loan of the
Have a look at how Class 4 dealt with Levers in their first week looking at Inventors, Inventions and Simple Machines!
Did you know that…. …“In 2014 Australian researchers found that in a survey of 25 million children in 28 countries, 9 -17 year olds took on average one and a half minutes to run a mile than their parent’s generation.”