Our last week in Reception

We have really enjoyed our last week in Reception and have had lots of fun. We went on a scavenger hunt to see if we could find our friend’s faces and ticked them off our list. We have been learning about bees so we decorated our own bee biscuits to take home. All of the staff in reception hope all of the children have a lovely summer and good luck in year one. We will miss Read more…

Welcome back year 4 Hawthorn

We were so glad to be back together today. We have a fun filled day with party games, karaoke and a water fight. Miss Ainsworth was so naughty and filled up the bucket to cheat mwah! The children have had a lovely first day back. If you are isolating tomorrow Miss Ainsworth will do a teams meeting at 10am so we all get the chance to say goodbye.

River journeys as we transition to high school

As part of our transition to high school, we created rivers to symbolise our journey through primary school.   After this, we transformed our rivers into boats and took them to Queen’s Park. We then let them set sail down the River Roach to show that our journey continues, even after we leave St. Luke’s.    

Sports day winner!

At the end of the day Miss Longmire announced the winner of the sports day and after keeping score from all of the stations the winner was………………………. It was a DRAW!!!!!!! We both did amazing and we are ready for the weekend!                              

Sports day 🥎

All of Reception took part in a mini sports day with both Bluebells and Snowdrops. The sun was beaming so we all had a drink of water to take outside with us. We had five different stations, dodgeball, football, egg and spoon, obstacle and also javelin. Bluebells and Snowdrops were against each other to battle it out for the winner. We all took part in the stations and worked really hard even in the hot Read more…

Leavers’ Banner Service

Unfortunately, the Year 6 Banner service couldn’t be held at the cathedral this year, however resources were sent so we could hold our own service in school.   Rev. Kirsty led the service for us and the children shared songs and prayers they had written themselves.  

The Transition Toolbox, Thank You and Goodbye

Over the last 6 weeks we have been working on a resource to help the teachers at St Lukes Primary School manage efficient classroom transitions. We have done lots of work to understand the needs of the staff and the children during these challenging times and at the end of our placement we are pleased to have produced ‘The Transition Toolbox’ (logo to the right of this page). This resource compiles educational information, activities and Read more…

🦎 🕷 🦂 Crazy creatures visit Juniper 🦂 🕷 🦎

Year 5 have had a fantastic afternoon with Emma and her crazy creatures. As a special end of year treat, and to link with our current science topic, we had a special visitor come to school with a selection of her fantastic creatures. We met a monitor lizard, snake, scorpion, bearded dragon, chameleon, tortoise, geckos and a tarantula. As well as learning lots of information from Emma about the animals, we also got to stroke Read more…

Crazy Creatures visiting Year 5 Pine

Year 5 Pine had a fantastic morning with Emma from Crazy Creatures today. We have learnt lots in our science lessons about animals and we learnt even more amazing facts today. We were able to ask lots of interesting questions. We also got the chance to handle some of these wonderful animals. We enjoyed meeting and stroking the boss monitor lizard. The class were very brave and most children held a bearded dragon, a chameleon, Read more…

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