World Book Day 2019
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An Inspector Calls
Years 3, 4 and 5 put on an amazing production of An Inspector Calls at the end of term, just one week after our OFSTED inspection!
The quality of the singing and acting was superb and the children made us laugh and cry. We are so very proud of them all and know that our parents are too. Thank you to all the staff members who put in a lot of hard work to make this a memorable performance.
Have a look at our photos to see the children in action.
World Book Day 2019
We had a great day celebrating World book day at Lawefield. We based our day around a book called The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore by William Joyce which as well as being an amazing story also introduced our children to lots of new vocabulary. We asked the children to come dressed as a word so that they could enjoy learning even more new language.
Take a look at our photos to see how amazing we all looked!
Year 5 and Year 6 have just returned from their trip to Robinwood Activity Centre. They had a fantastic time and were able to take part in lots of exiting activities such as canoeing, caving, archery, zip-wire, giant swing, escape from the dungeons and the perilous piranha pool!
Through taking part in these activities they were able to build up their skills of cooperation, communication, encouragement and problem solving plus many more.
The children were well behaved throughout the trip and were a credit to the school as always. We are sure that the memories they have made will stay with them forever and you can see a few of their experiences in our photos.
We have started work on our Wildlife Area!
This is going to be in the corner of our field and will help our children develop their love for nature and the environment. It will also enhance our science curriculum by allowing our children first-hand experience.
In December, Groundworks came to school and worked with lots of our children planting trees. Our photos show how much they enjoyed it. In Spring, the next stage will begin which includes digging a pond and fencing off the area to separate it from the rest of the field.
We will put more photos on the website as our exciting new project develops.
2017/18 - Topic Work
I would like to say a HUGE thank you to all the parents who attended our work celebration evening on Tuesday. It was fantastic to see so many of you taking such a keen interest in your child’s education and celebrating the great work that they have done both in class and at home.
We are grateful to all the parents who have got involved in our new homework projects and supported your children to create some brilliant work that they can share with staff and children back in school.
Here are a few photographs of some of the amazing topic work that has been produced at home.
Here are our prize winners. Congratulations!
2017/18 - Great Christmas Light Switch On!
We have had a very exciting start to the week with a performance from our dance troupe and a sing song from our choir.
Miss Beetham and Mrs Tomlinson then did a grand switch on of the Christmas lights. This year our tree has been personally decorated by each and every member of our school as every class designed and created their own decoration for the tree. What a fantastic job they did!
We then had a surprise visit from the 'snowman' who delighted us with his story.
2017/18 - Bookoween & Book Fair
Bookoween took place in school on Wednesday, 1st November 2017.
Our reading ambassadors helped to organise events in school and all our children had great fun.
Their costumes were amazing and they spent the day listening to, reading and writing scary stories
as well as taking part in other spooky themed activities including PE and art.
The day was finished off with a Halloween disco for each Key Stage which the children thoroughly enjoyed.
Have a look at our photos to see what fun we had!