Our J Rock team had a brilliant day at the Northern finals yesterday and came away with eight awards! Well done to the team, and to Hollie who won an award for her fabulous choreography.
Year 5 are investing where and how bacteria grows. They have swabbed different parts of the classroom and will be monitoring and recording its growth over the next few weeks.
Can we please remind parents not to use the Spar Car Park when only dropping off or collecting children. The shopkeepers are upset that their customers have no spaces in which to park. Thank you.
We have been learning about how the Romans formed their army and how they defended themselves during an attack. As you can see we would have made a fantastic army!
Turtle Roman legionaries in formation! We can defend and attack using The Tortoise, The Wedge, The Orb and The Repel-Cavalry.
Earlier this month 24 of our Year 5/6 boys and girls headed to King George Stadium to compete in the SSP Quad Athletics event.
After a brilliant day which included taking part in Howler throwing, Long Jump, 75m sprint and 600m our 3 teams finished 3rd,12th & 14th respectively out of the 45 teams competing.
Alongside this one of Signhills very own came away with the Boys individual award.
Lobster class are preparing to invade by creating their own Roman shields! We thought carefully about our designs and made them personal to us. We can’t wait to take over the world!
This week we have been learning about the properties of shapes. Today, our task was to make 3D shapes out of clay! We have had a lot of fun and now know a lot about the properties of shapes!
We had a fantastic time at Conkers yesterday. We built dens, pond-dipped, explored food webs, went on the train, played in the park….and walked back to the hostel just before the rain came! Then it was tea, showers, pjs and Toy Story.
Now we are all fed, packed up and on our way the the National Space Centre.
Year 5 have taken the opportunity while the weather is nice to weed and plant the rest our fruit and vegetables. The strawberries are looking very juicy already.
Our Year 6 production, ‘Darwin Rocks’, will take place at the end of this term on;
• Tuesday 16th July at 9:15am
• Tuesday 16th July at 6:00pm
• Wednesday 17th July at 2:00pm
The play will take place in the New Hall. We are pleased to say that with the installation of the new seating system everyone will have a good view of the performance!
Please order your ticket/s via Eventbrite by typing the following web links into your web-browser. (It is very easy to do; all you need is an email address. If you are struggling, please ask at the office.)
Performance Web Link
Tuesday 16th July @ 9.15am https://y6morning.eventbrite.co.uk
Tuesday 16th July @6:00pm https://y6evening.eventbrite.co.uk
Wednesday 17th July @ 2:00pm https://y6afternoon.eventbrite.co.uk
Please note the following:
• Tickets are limited to 3 per performing child for the evening performance.
• Performances are for adults and children aged 7 and above only.
• All attendees MUST have an allocated seat.
• If an attendee has limited mobility we recommend using the front row.
• If you require a wheelchair place, please do not book online and instead contact the office as soon as possible.
• If you are unable to attend these dates because of childcare, parents and children under 7 are welcome to attend the dress rehearsal on Monday 15th July at 2:00-3:00pm.
Don’t worry about printing tickets; if you can’t remember your seat numbers we will have them on a printout.
After a reasonable night’s sleep and a very nice breakfast, we are off to Conkers.
After a fantastic day at the zoo – including the all-important giftshop – we have arrived at the youth hostel.
After a drama-free journey and a quick lunch, we are in our workshop at Twycross Zoo.
We have cooked bread on a fire, made leather bracelets and clay oil lamps.
We have built our camp!
Turtle class saying good morning to the penguins!
We’ve just finished our delicious tea before we head to the Deep but first we’re having a quick birthday party in the park!
We made it over the Humber Bridge.
First stop the Humber Bridge! The sun is shining let the holiday begin!
To support in preparations for the Summer Fair, we are having a non-uniform day on Friday 7th June. Children are welcome to wear their own clothes in return for a donation of a bag of sweets or packet of biscuits (no chocolate please).