‘Healthy and Safe’ is a one of six skill sets within our pupil Passport For Learning and here you’ll find related examples from our daily school life. You can view all Passport related news by clicking the Passport icon above and you can find out more about our Passport For Learning on the Vision and Values page.
Golden Gate thoroughly enjoyed their session at the woods and are now eagerly anticipating next Tuesday and the last Tuesday of the year too! Their behaviour was impeccable and they really made the most of it. Thank you to Miss Crooks, Mrs. Myers and Chelsea for helping. Miss Crooks has taken some wonderful photographs with her fancy camera which...
As defending champions, we had a lot to live up to! Our squad of 19 had a difficult build up to the event with three children picking up injuries and sprains and another child having to pull out on Friday night. Despite this, the 18 children arrived bright and breezy and enthusiastic for a morning of athletics. 60m, 75m, 4x100m, javelin,...
Well done to all the children that took part and a huge thank you to the staf, Woodhey Sports Leaders and all the parents and grandparents for making it a morning to remember!
Bronte were the eventual winners!
Traction Man is here! Everest have been busy creating their own evil enemy for Traction Man using kitchen items. We will be using then to write and animate our own stories.
Great fun creating our evil enemies
The boys have had such a tremendous football season and have done so well to make it through to the semi final stages, however, they came up against a very talented Bury Grammar side that unfortunately scored with every chance they created.
For the first 10 minutes, it was a close affair and remained 0-0. Tackles from both teams were...
On Wednesday the cricket team went to Woodhey to play in a local cricket tournament. For many of the team it was a new experience, but one that they thoroughly enjoyed. As you can see from the scores, it was extremely nail biting! Some brilliant bowling, brave batting and courageous catches - well done to all the team!
What. A. Night! After three previous gruelling cross country races - it all came down to tonight: the cross country relays.
4 girls and 4 boys were chosen based on their three scores from earlier in the month. They each had to run 600m around the black track at Bury AC and boy did they run! Witnessing each and every...
Our school was lucky enough to be able to send two teams to the Greater Manchester Games - hockey and athletics. Twenty-five fortunate children had a memorable day. From the opening ceremony to the reading of the results: the day was action packed! Olympians, mascots and DJs were present and many children were able to hold a gold medal...
All year 6 children thoroughly enjoyed their morning at Crucial Crew, taking part in practical and informative workshops. There were so many important messages for the children to take in, messages that they will need to keep at the forefront of their mind when making the next step to High School.
This term our eCadets have delivered lessons in all of our KS2 classes and two whole school assemblies on staying safe online, being kind online and understanding digital footprints. Well done eCadet crew!!
we had lots of fun measuring, weighing, rubbing in etc today making our Brazilian Sequilhos biscuits to share with Big Ben and Eiffel Tower classes at our carnival on Wednesday.
Lots of maths skills used to make these yummy biscuits.
everest class had an interesting afternoon finding out how to be safer on the Internet, being detectives and designing a safe poster about themselves.
Lots of good discussions!Great discussions and finding out how to keep safe
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!