What a pleasure it was to see such confident children sharing their research, knowledge and experiments.
All the class learnt so much from the presentations and we can’t wait to see what the rest of the school has on offer on Friday!
Well done to all that took part.
It was a pleasure to watch our basketball team enjoying a sport that we don’t really have the opportunity to practise at school. Their confidence grew and grew and in their final match, they played some brilliant basketball and scored some superb baskets.
They all represented the school superbly and I am hopeful that it may spur them on to...
I hope the following videos are of use when helping your children with written methods of calculations for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There is also a copy of our calculations policy within the curriculum section of the website, which may also be helpful.
The pupils of Everest have been really proactive in using the new section on our Maths Working Wall. It definitely has nothing to do with the house points they can earn. We are really improving our reasoning skills.
Wow, what a great afternoon it was yesterday watching 20 of our year 5/6 athletes take part in the second of the day’s indoor athletics events. For the last seven years we have managed to finish in the top two schools in Bury. This is quite a feat considering around 30 schools take part every year.
This year, 26 schools...
Great work girls. You thought carefully about the words you chose.
We have had great fun today creating replicas of one of the illustrations from the book The Story Machine by Tom McLaughlin. We had to think of words that would tell our readers about us. They are looking fab.
Great concentration Ismail. Sienna couldn’t help but get that big grin...
The children in Niagara Falls class produced some excellent work last term and showed empathy and maturity during our World War II topic. Our English lessons were based on the powerful and moving picture book 'Rose Blanche'. In humanities children learned about the impact of war in Britain, the blitz, evacuation and rationing (which also facilitated some great maths...