We were reading he story 'Kipper's Toybox' and we made our own sock puppets like sock thing.
First we designed them, then we tried to use our design to make our puppet.
After that we played with our puppets and performed our shows.
Holcombe Brook played in another tournament at Bury Grammar's new 3G facility. The boys really gave it their all but were up against some very good players.
In our first match, Greenhill had a Manchester United player amongst their ranks and beat us 5-0.
Next up was CC Ainsworth, who went ahead after 10 minutes with a great strike only for...
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For the second year running, our Indoor Athletics Team finished first out of 28 schools from Bury and will now go onto the same event at the Greater Manchester Games in march, representing Bury!
Out of the 10 different running races; we managed to win...
Two groups of girls in Taj Mahal were extremely generous with their time and effort recently, when they held cake sales to raise money for Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary. The girls managed to raise a massive £54.20 between them! Well done!
This week we looked at how well we brush our teeth. After we had brushed our teeth, we all chewed a special tablet that stuck to the plaque in our mouth and we all realised we had missed lots of plaque! We had to clean our teeth a second time to make sure we got it all! We also...
Today the children were treated to live music and a dance performance from The Sense and Stance. The day was organised by Danny Madden who has helped at school for many years and is based at Holcombe a Brook Methodist. The company is YFC (Youth For Christ).
Through their songs and dance there were some key messages about life in...
Well done to the boys' football team that played in a tournament tonight at Bury Grammar. They qualified in second place and go through to the round of 16, which will take place when it's a bit warmer hopefully!
The 3 goals tonight were scored by Joe (2) and Harry but it was a brilliant team effort. Well done boys!...
Key Stage Two children always look forward to their games lesson on a Friday afternoon. For the final Friday we did something a little different:mixed relays using skills and equipment from the previous few months!
All KS2 children loved their first day back today as they moved around the 5 classes, learning about the following musical genres: Motown, country, hip-hop, jazz and Native American.
They made instruments, danced, wrote raps, sang songs, played instruments and painted faces! This was all done in their chosen outfits!
What a great day! Thank you to staff, parents and children!