Before and after school provision – advisable that places are pre-booked to guarantee attendance. Please contact the office for a booking form. Ad hoc places are generally available but on a first come, first served basis.
Early Years going on a Bear Hunt as part of Creative Week.
Maths measuring activity
Year 3 and 4 made snowflakes. They then measured the height they were being dropped from and the time it took them to fall. The children then found the mean time – average. They all enjoyed this practical activity.
Making Pancakes – Shrove Tuesday 2018
This was one of the more popular activities during Creative Week. The children were able to help to make pancakes and then taste what they had made.
As part of Creative Week all classes have been involved in craft sessions, making something which will contribute to our Seasons Tree display.
Y1/2 – Street Dancing
Scott Carson kindly visited our school to open the new climbing wall and outdoor gym equipment. As you can see the children love being able to keep active at break times – out in the fresh air, exercising and working together using the equipment. A huge thank you was extended to the PFA who have worked hard to raise the funds to provide these additional resources which will benefit the children at Henry Chadwick for years to come.
A Theatre Company visited school to “transport” the children back to Ancient Egypt. A totally interactive day which brought this term’s class topic to life for the children.
The children were able to experience a Mad Science Assembly with loads of fun, laughs and bangs with the Mad Scientist !
See the extra curricular page for details of a Mad Science After School Club for Years 1-6 starting 1st March 2018 for six weeks.
The choir, comprising 24 children, attended the Young Voices Concert 2018 at the Genting Arena. This was a fantastic experience for everyone – the children absolutely loved the concert and being involved with the hundreds of other children who were at the Arena. Everyone loved it so much we are going again next year!
As well as having an amazing time at the Theatre, Peter Pan will form the basis for next term’s literacy work in class.
Our Nursery, Reception and Year 1/2 children visited the Theatre to see “Home for Christmas”. All the children were really excited about this trip – for some it was their first every school trip! Many memories were made and we are sure the children went home talking about Scruff the dog and when it was snowing inside the studio!