15th March 2018 Sandholme Class Assembly was a historical triumph as they told us the story of Florence Nightingale. This is what the parents and carers thought of it: Well done - your songs were fabulous. You kept smiling and all your hard work paid off. PS I learned a lot! Your assembly [...]
9th March 2018 The Year 3 classes have thoroughly enjoyed all their recycling activities. Today they got creative with Hull Scrapstore to make Mayan headgear. This is what all the fashionable Ancient Mayans are wearing in Anlaby these days.
7th March 2018 What do you call cheese that isn't yours? Nacho cheese! The Year 3 classes have been making the whole school hungry with their Mexican Tortilla aromas this week. Mayan culture, Mayan history and Mayan food.
7th March 2018 Report by Mrs Redfearn As part of our Year 2 Topic, Florence Nightingale visited Y2 to tell us all about Victorian Life. She described the horrible conditions in Scutari Hospital and how she had improved them. We used dip pens to write with and had some bandaging practice. Everyone enjoyed the day. [...]
23rd February 2018 The big ship sails on the ally-ally-oh, The ally-ally-oh, the ally-ally-oh. Oh, the big ship sails on the ally-ally-oh On the last day of September. The captain said it will never, never do, Never, never do, never, never do. The captain said it will never, never do On the last day of [...]
22nd February 2018 George Michael may well have sang about it and it may well be a brand of designer shoe but faith can also apparently sometimes move mountains. So here are some pictures of Y5 children studying and presenting work about characters in history who have used their faith to 'be nice' and 'do [...]
19th December 2018 Tudor Houses Half-timbered with white-painted wattle and daub painted walls, these houses had steeply-pitched roofs and small-paned casement windows, often with a jetty overhanging the street. They are the very essence of Olde England, pretty black and white dwellings with great character and centuries of history steeped in their walls. Tudor homes [...]
1st December 2017 Report by Mr Griffiths Catherine from Historical Interpretations came in to deliver a workshop for each class in Year 1. The children studied artefacts and had to determine what the artefact was made from and its purpose. They then sketched these items. The children discussed how the fire started and Catherine gave us [...]
1st December 2017 About 2,500 years ago, Greece was one of the most important places in the ancient world. The Greeks were great thinkers, warriors, writers, actors, athletes, artists, architects and politicians. The Greeks called themselves 'Hellenes' and their land was 'Hellas'. The name ‘Greeks’ was given to the people of Greece later by the [...]
30th November 2017 We're coiling up our pots of clay creating urns the old Greek way Poseidon, Zeus and bold Athena Etched divinely on amphorae.