Today we celebrated World Book Day! We enjoyed an afternoon of reading and writing stories, before ending the day with the children performing their stories! It was so wonderful to see everyone taking part, especially the costumes, the children all
A big thank you to everyone who turned out on Saturday 3rd March to help tidy around the school grounds. It was very much appreciated, especially the bacon and sausage butties!
Today, the children (and celebration assembly) all enjoyed fantastic stories told by the brilliant Sue Allenby who spent time working with each class.
Thank you and congratulations to Madison and her amazing team who organised a fun filled day for us all. Pyjamas, funky hair, raffles and orienteering – it was a great success! Current total is £145.72 Well Done!
Healthy Harold and the Life Education van returned to Forton Primary School on Thursday. The pupils learnt more about their health and well being in sessions tailored for their class. This included: watching short films about healthy eating, legal and
Well done to Class 2 for their informative Class assembly all about trust. The other children enjoyed trusting their partners when testing out the mini course.
Last week, the Online Safety council met to discuss events and activities to promote online safety across the school. Their task this half-term was to plan, prepare and organise a treasure hunt which children completed in with their Learning Partners.
Class 3 have been busy designing and making Light Boxes for their ‘customers’ in Class 1 and 2. They began their task with some customer research and then planned their designs to include working circuits. Here are some of the
On Tuesday all of Class 4 went to Blackpool Zoo. Everyone had a great time. One of the funniest moments was when a seagull stole Evie’s sandwiches. It was one of the best days I’ve ever had! Written by Madison.
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