Sutton Oak C.E Primary School Blog

Here you will find our class blogs

Class 10's Super Spellers

Congratulations to these children who got full marks on their weekly spelling test. Keep up the great work.

 

 

Continue reading
0 Comments

St. Andrew's Day!

The year 5 children in class 10 researched St.Andrew's Day and created posters explaining what they found out.

Here are a few examples.

 

Continue reading
0 Comments

Snow Quest!

For the last 6 weeks the children in class 10 have been working on this year's Innovation Project. Their task was to design a new Silver Blades Ice Rink somewhere in St.Helens, but this new Silver Blades had to have a brand new exciting facility. Class 10 decided on Snow Quest - a safe version of paint balling with a snow theme. Foam balls filled with chalk were going to be used - no bruises for parents to worry about!

This morning the final took place at The Chamber, 4 children from class 10 represented the class; they took their prototype models and presented their ideas to 4 judges in a Dragon's Den style session. They competed against 11 other schools from the local area and although their ideas were not chosen, the children were a credit to the school and should be very proud of themselves.

 

 

Continue reading
0 Comments

No Pens Wednesday

Class 10 have really enjoyed our no pens Wednesday as part of Dyslexia awareness week. We have participated in Maths, SPAG and English lessons where we have cooperated and worked together in a team using our speaking and listening skills. Have a look at some of our role plays where we acted out a chapter from our class novel, 'How to cure a dragon's curse'.

 

 

Continue reading
0 Comments

The Vikings

The children have quickly settled into life in class 10 and they have all made a great start to year 5 or 6. This afternoon some of the children were busy preparing art work for the new displays while others were having a debate about whether the Vikings should have invaded Lindesfarne. The children all enjoyed the afternoon, some took the role of getting into character very seriously!

 

Continue reading
0 Comments