In June our Science club took part in the Great Science Share at the University of Manchester. We had prepared a science investigation looking at how a culprit in a crime could be caught using only a ransom note, this was through a process called chromatography. We then had the opportunity to visit other groups and carry out investigations...
We would like to say a huge thank you to Chris from am tree services for the magnificent delivery of tree stumps and logs for our forest. We can't wait to put them to good use and will keep you updated with how we use them. Thank you again.
Children had the opportunity to visit the Year 2 workshop and find out what it was like to be an evacuee during World War 2. We found out what we had to pack in our suitcase and imagined how it would feel to be sent to the countryside without our family.
Yesterday the school collected the prestigious School Games Platinum Award from Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham - one of only four schools in Tameside to do so. All the children and staff at the school should be immensely proud of this achievement.
What a wonderful day! Mr Barker, for his workshop today create a tapestry of events through the war. The children were given some information on the Bayeux Tapestry and then began creating their own for the World Wars.
Thanks for the memories, Mr Barker
Thank you to our amazing community for supporting us at our Summer Fair!