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Monthly Archives: May 2012
On Saturday 19th May, some children from Years 3 and 4 took part in the Lord Mayor’s Parade. The theme this year was around The Queens Diamond Jubilee. Artists from Q20 Theatre Group came into school to help the children … Continue reading
Last week Year 6 visited BRI to look round A&E (Accident and Emergency) and to receive some basic first aid and home / road safety training. We got to visit different parts of the hospital and see what equipment was … Continue reading
The children in Nursery were given a challenge to tell a story using a box of various characters. They were encouaraged to think of a beginning, middle and end for their stories – including a title. The children naturally used connectives and some … Continue reading
Year 6 visited Drummond Road again today looking for plants and minibeasts. Some children found quite a lot of different bugs, mostly in the dark damp area by the trees, but there were dozens of butterflies around! We thought that … Continue reading
Remember, we still have chance to vote in the Education Blog Awards. All you have to do is click on the logo below and then: Copy and paste in our blog address – http://bradfordschools.net/blog/miriamlord/ Tick the box that says School … Continue reading
What does it mean to be brave? Could it mean removing a spider from the bath tub without screaming? Does being ‘brave’ mean that you show no fear? Sometimes we can do things that make us feel scared, and we … Continue reading
I am delighted to announce that we have been nominated for Whole School Blogsite of the Year award in the Education Blog Awards 2012. It is genuinely thrilling news and I hope everybody feels as proud as me for making our … Continue reading
Last week it was the turn of our Year Six children to make themselves, their families and their school proud as they completed their reading and maths SATs tests; they will still be working hard to get ready for their … Continue reading
Year Four visited our friends at St Augustine’s Junior School in Worksop today and took the torch with them. It’s really fantastic to see our partnership develop and I feel proud that they could contribute to our Olympic journey. Can’t … Continue reading