4M's Class Assembly on Poetry, by Mrs Mellor
Date: 25th Jun 2015 @ 4:23pm
Well done to 4M who performed brilliantly in our class assembly!
Malham Cove Year 4 - June 2015, by Mrs Mellor
Date: 23rd Jun 2015 @ 11:20am
We had an amazing time at Malham Cove!
Look at our pictures which show how brilliant it was!
Museum of Science and Industry Year 5 - June 2015, by Miss Hulse
Date: 18th Jun 2015 @ 1:39pm
On Wednesday we visited the Museum of Science and Industry, we listened to a talk on Victorian cotton mills and saw the machine in actions, and this helped us understand how hard and dangerous the children’s work was in Victorian times. We enjoyed ourselves in the hands on gallery; see if you can find in our picture the people that reversed the Mini up the wall.
Foundation stage Sports Day - June 2015, by Miss Crabtree
Date: 16th Jun 2015 @ 8:00am
The children all had a fantastic time on sports day. They enjoyed taking part in a running race, sack race and egg and spoon race. All children tried their best and participated in all races. Well done Nursery.
Year 5 visit to Toad Lane - June 2015, by Miss Hulse
Date: 4th Jun 2015 @ 2:28pm
Here are some photos from our fantastic trip to Toad Lane!
Wild Roadshow Visit Reception - May 2015, by Mrs Moorhouse
Date: 19th May 2015 @ 12:00pm
We had an amazing time looking at and holding the animals.
Nursery Wild Roadshow Visit - May 2015, by Miss Crabtree
Date: 7th May 2015 @ 2:42pm
The children really enjoyed our visit from the Wild Roadshow. All children were very brave and spent time looking, touching and learning all about the animals. Here are some of the photographs from our visit.
Year 4 Touchstones- The History of Rochdale - May 2015, by Mrs Mellor
Date: 6th May 2015 @ 1:45pm
Learning about the History of Rochdale
Class 4M had a really exciting day learning all about Victorian Rochdale. We learnt about how Rochdale became a town because of the invetion of the Spinning Jenny. We also went to the Rochdale Pioneers Museum where we experienced how the first co-operative was set up and what it is like to be a part of a co-operative.
Funky Fingers and Dough Gym in Nursery - April 2015, by Miss Crabtree
Date: 22nd Apr 2015 @ 3:22pm
Taking part in Funky Fingers and Dough Gym everyday has made a big impact on the childrens fine motor skills and they are making good progress. This in turn has also improved the children’s writing and letter formation. These activities take place for 3 minutes every day to music. The children enjoy this time and often sing along with the song too!
Have a look at some of the things we have been doing. You may want to try them at home too.
Land Use Survey Year 6 - April 2015, by Mr Booth
Date: 2nd Apr 2015 @ 3:41pm
Year 6 investigated Burgess' Theory of Urbanisation (see below) by completing a field study in and around Rochdale.
Take a look at the pictures...
EYFS and KS1 Easter Bonnet Parade - April 2015, by Mr Whelan
Date: 2nd Apr 2015 @ 1:51pm
Easter Bonnet Parade Assembly
EYFS and Key Stage 1
We had a wonderful time at our Easter Bonnet parade. The children had made some fantastic creations, no doubt with a lot of help from home!
We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who came to support us this morning and to all of you who joined in with helping your child make an Easter Bonnet.
Here are some of the photographs of the parade.
Year 6 ERUPT! - March 2015, by Mr Booth
Date: 2nd Apr 2015 @ 12:27pm
In Year 6 we have been learning all about volcanoes; how they are formed, the different types of volcano, how they erupt and the devastating consequences that they create when they do.
As part of this project, the Year 6 pupils decided that they would like to create their very own active volcanoes! The children worked in groups to design, create and put their teamwork and artistic skills together to produce a realistic 3D volcano. Then we planned science experiments using mentos, lemonade, bicarbonate of soda, vinegar and washing up liquid to create a dramatic eruption!
Look at our pictures to see the final product - we were all very impressed and enjoyed making the volcanoes!
Simon Danczuk visits the School Council - March 2015, by Miss Harrison
Date: 31st Mar 2015 @ 8:38am
On Friday, 27th March, we welcomed our local MP, Simon Danczuk, to St. Peter's. We held a School Council and RRS Meeting with him and discussed what we could do for the local community. We also gave him a tour of the school so that he could meet the children and see all of the great work we are doing! It was a lovely afternoon!
The Solar Eclipse- Nursery - March 2015, by Miss Crabtree
Date: 25th Mar 2015 @ 2:48pm
The children were very interested in the eclipse. We used Google to research information about it and learnt that a solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun.
We went outside to see it but we were not allowed to look at the sun in case it damaged our eyes but when the clouds passed over it we were allowed to look. It went very dark outside!
Class 4H self-portraits, a la Frida Khalo! - March 2015, by Miss Harrison
Date: 20th Mar 2015 @ 2:08pm
Look at our fantastic self-portraits! We used a secret grid to help get everything in proportion and added a picture of something that is special to us in the background (or on our foreheads!). Can you spot the Frida Khalo original in here, too?!
Rec RM Class Assembly - March 2015, by Mrs Moorhouse
Date: 13th Mar 2015 @ 8:40am
Rec RM performed a lovely assembly all about Lent and Mother's Day. Thank you to everyone who supported the children by attending the class assembly.
If you weren't able to make it, here are a few photographs.
The children all did really well.
Our Extreme Reading Challenge! - March 2015, by Mr Whelan
Date: 11th Mar 2015 @ 5:05pm
World Book Day Year 3LG - March 2015, by Mrs Green
Date: 6th Mar 2015 @ 11:43am
Thank you to all the children who dressed up for World Book Day. We had so much fun especially when the children saw Mr Whelan disguised as a dalmation dog! Congratulations to Iqra who won a book token. I wonder what book she will treat herself to. Have a look at the gallery and see Little Red Riding Hood meeting up with the Big Bad Wolf! (looks like someone very familiar!)
World Book Day Winners! - March 2015, by Mr Whelan
Date: 5th Mar 2015 @ 5:00pm
We all had a great time on World Book Day! Please click below to see the winners from each class!
World Book Day - March 2015, by Mr Whelan
Date: 5th Mar 2015 @ 4:54pm
We all had a great time on World Book Day! Please click below to see all our costumes, even the teachers dressed up!
World Book Day Reception NM - March 2015, by Miss Marney
Date: 5th Mar 2015 @ 4:27pm
On Thursday 5th March 2015 we celebrated World Book Day in school. The children came dressed as their favourite character and brought in a £1, for the charity Book start. All the children had fantastic costumes. We read the story 'Dinosaurs love underpants' and we also watched the Gruffalo on the Interactive whiteboard. The children took part in a catwalk to show off their costumes and Simra was our class winner. Well done everyone! Have a look at our photos below.
World Book Day in Nursery - March 2015, by Miss Crabtree
Date: 5th Mar 2015 @ 3:53pm
The children had a wonderful day celebrating World Book Day. There were some fantastic costumes and characters from books such as Sleeping Beauty, The Very hungry Caterpillar, The Tiger That Came To Tea, Harry and His Bucketful of Dinosuars and many more.
Well done to Asha who won the best costume from Nursery. She dressed up as a caterpillar from The Very Hungry Caterpillar and made her costume at home with her mum. Asha won a £5.00 book token. We think she looked fantastic.
Please remember to share books and stories at home as not only is it great fun but will help your child to learn new language, new experiences and develops their imagination ready for writing.
Year 3 BIG TIDY UP - March 2015, by Mrs Green
Date: 5th Mar 2015 @ 11:19am
Here are Year 3 having a really BIG TIDY UP!
Class 4M Canopic Jars - March 2015, by Mrs Mellor
Date: 4th Mar 2015 @ 2:23pm
We have designed and made Canopic Jars using modrock and clay.The jars were used by Ancient Egyptians to hold mummified remains. During the mummification process the organs of the human body were removed and preserved separately in canopic jars.
Year 6 'Haka' dance lesson - Feb 2015, by Mrs Molloy
Date: 27th Feb 2015 @ 3:50pm
Our first dance lesson this half term involved looking at 'The Haka'.
The Haka is a war dance invented by the Maori tribe in New Zealand.
It was performed to scare their enemies, to help get them ‘psyched up’ for battle and make them feel like a team.
Now the New Zealand rugby team, the ‘All Blacks’ perform it before each of their games to try and put off their opponents!
Look at our scary faces...!