Year 5 have worked extremely hard on their topic homework; to make a pyramid. The uniqueness of the materials and ingenious ideas have blown the staff away.
We took a team of 48 runners to Weelsby Woods to compete in the Primary X Country competition last week. The weather was kind to us and the children were fantastic. In total, over a thousand children from across N E Lincs competed in the event. Individually, there were winners medals for Tilly, Tabby and Fareese, with Ila coming home third. For the team trophies, the first four runners in each team had their places added together to create a team score. The Year 4 Girls came third and the Year 3 Boys came second; whilst the Year 3 Boys, Year 5 Boys and Year 6 Girls were all winners. Well done everyone!
Sealions Swim School have asked us to share some information with you about their children’s intensive 5 day swim course held at Signhills Academy.
The course will run from Monday 8th April until Friday 12th April 2019.
Spaces are available on all sessions for 9.30am, 10.00am, 10.30am and 11.00am but places are limited.
Suitable for children aged 3-10 years, swimmers or non swimmers.
5 x 30 minute sessions (one lesson per day) costs £35.00 per child for the week.
For further information, or to book, please visit http://www.swimsealions.net
So that’s it. We’ve taken part in our last activity, taken a final walk down the Ouse and had a spot of lunch. The coaches are loaded and we’re on our way home. Year 4 have been fantastic company and great ambassadors for Signhills.
Congratulations to the A team, who represented Signhills and NE Lincs in the EFL Kids Cup Northern Finals at Bolton Wanderers Academy. The boys victory in the GTSET EFL Kids Cup saw them progress through to the tournament.
After successfully navigating the league stage, they were beaten in their semi-final 5 – 3 by Oldham, who went on to win the cup.
Congratulations to our swimming squad who participated in the county swimming gala. Second place for both the boys and girls gave us an overall second place.
Our gymnasts have arrived in Hull, ready to represent Signhills and North East Lincolnshire.
Now you see it…
now you don’t.
And we’re off!
Class Photos will take place on the morning of Thursday 4th April.
After dinner we worked on our Viking skills. We learnt how to read Viking runes, honed our teamwork skills and knocked up a few longboats for good measure.
After a stroll / march down the river, we went to our first two visits. We found peace in the Minster, some interesting smells in the Jorvik and chocolate-heaven in the Chocolate Story.
After an uneventful journey – sick bags not required – we have arrived in sunny York. Time for a spot of lunch before we walk along the Ouse into the city centre.
Please find attached the Signpost Newsletter for 22nd March 2019
This afternoon we have been using clay to make our own, unique Stone Age pottery. Despite the mess, we had lots of fun and our pots turned out very well!
Barracuda class have learnt to chop, cut, kneed, whisk and proof bread. They made some Chucky fresh bread and tomato soup.
There will be no road crossing patrol on Hardy’s Road tonight.
Please take extra care when leaving school.
Caistor Grammar School have asked us to share their Open Evening with you which is on Wednesday 15th May from 6pm-8pm. For futher information, please contact Caistor Grammar School.
Our Book Fair will be held from Thursday 14th March until Thursday 21st March in the Ocean Room after school.
Please see attached the newsletter for 8th March 2019
This year we will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 8th March.
Our theme is Witches and Wizards so we would like the children to come dressed as their favourite Witch or Wizard!
Ideas might include The Worst Witch, Harry Potter, Wizard of Oz, The White Witch and Merlin and there will be a prize for the best costume in each year group.
During the day the children will take part in a carousel of activities across the school for a foster a love of books and reading.
Thank you in advance for your support.
There will be no Road Crossing Patrol today. Please take extra care when crossing the road.
Barracudas class have designed and made their own Canopic jars using clay. They will paint and decorate them next week.
There will be no Road Crossing Patrol on the afternoon of Wednesday 6th March. Please take extra care when leaving school.