The children of Form I have been finding out about owls and writing their own sentences. Calden’s Grandparents very kindly offered to bring in their Bengal Eagle owl named ‘Boots’. The children were joined by Kindergarten.
This term, our singers were delighted to be invited to perform at Kinmel Bay Church, along with three other schools, in support of the Royal National Lifeboats Institute. There was a very good turn out by children and parents who were entertained wit
Two maths teams from Form VI attended the Mathematics Challenge Day organised by Ruthin School. They took part in a three round challenge; teams started with a number puzzle round, next was orienteering in the grounds and inside the school answering m
Form VII recently visited Bodelwyddan Castle and Park as part of their history studies — the main aim to see the rare First World War practice trenches.
During their literacy lessons this term, the pupils in Form VII have participated in Balloon Debates in which they adopted a variety of persona: Jack Sparrow, Winston Churchill, Emmeline Pankhurst and Queen Elizabeth II to name but a few.
Kindergarten children have been busy writing letters to their families as part of our communication topic. We have looked at our addresses on the envelopes and placed a stamp on ready to post.
During the summer term Form IV are learning about the Romans. We are very lucky to have the largest Roman fortress in Britain on our doorstep so took the opportunity to visit it alongside the Grosvenor Museum.
Form VI tried their hand at the Radio 2 ‘500 Words’ Writing Challenge back in March in which children from all over the country are invited to take part. This year, Ffion was particularly successful with her story, ’Deadly Basilisk’, which made it int
Forms VI and VII started this term with a trip to see Horrible Histories live on stage with the brand new show ‘Barmy Britain’ (with amazing 3D effects). We were treated to a romp through British history, from Boudicca to the First World War, racing
The highlight of this half term has undoubtedly been the preparation and performances of the Shakespeare4Kidz version of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. The children were undaunted by the prospect of performing the famous Bard’s work and threw themselve