Each Year 5/6 child researched their own choice of National Park and then presented it to the rest of the class. They worked very hard researching, drafting and confidently presenting their PowerPoints before editing and improving their presentations, following feedback from their peers.
It’s always sad to say goodbye to children when they leave our school and this year, as well as our year 6 children we are also saying bon voyage to Bella, Julian and Lucia. Sad though it is for us to see them leave, we are also incredibly excited for them because they are about to embark on a wonderful adventure, that will not
It is always with a mixture of pride and sadness that we meet to celebrate the achievements of our Year 6 children, sending them onto their next academic adventure with well deserved accolades and applause. This year was even more bittersweet, knowing that our young people hadn’t experienced many of the rights of passage that other cohorts had but we made the best of
Year 5-6 P.E. Yr5-6 has been playing basketball in P.E. and have been learning many skills including: passing, shooting, dribbling and getting into a good space. Passing: There are many types of passes: chest past, javelin pass and bounce pass. Shooting: You can shoot from many angles as long as you don’t put the ball out of the court, you can do a layup
On Tuesday 26th November, eight of our key stage 2 students made the short journey to The Vale Academy in Brigg, to take part in what has become an annual inter-school maths quiz competition. There were two teams of four per school, made up of two children from each year group, with year 5 and 6 students working together in one team and year
Remember Again and again The time comes again The Poppies grow The Poppies die Like the s oldiers Who died The city of London all in scraps The children who cried And also the mums Each little Poppy Is a tiny Little soul So we should remember Remember this day Where glory was won And each little Poppy Shall not be alone.
Harvest Festival this year was held at St. Helena’s Church, at 2 p.m., on Monday 7th October. Wrapped up warmly and holding their harvest gifts, the children headed across to the church with their teachers, for the service. The harvest produce was handed over to Reverend Lee Gabel and Mrs Murray and was followed by the Procession of the School Banner which was carried
Due to the generosity of our amazing PTFA, at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday the 18th July, the whole school, including Spencer Bear, boarded two coaches and headed to Williams Den at North Cave. The PTFA had agreed to pay for the coaches and the entry fee for very child and our local Tesco store had donated a sport sized bottle of water for everybody
When Mrs Storey was asked to purchase the license to allow the children to perform “Aladdin Trouble”, little did she know that, for a short while at least, Kirmington St Helena’s would be transformed into a mini Hollywood, with script writers, a director, actors and cries of lights, camera, action …… well okay maybe not quite that far ….. but there were lights. The
There was great excitment amongst the children on Thursday, when an ambulance pulled into the school playground. Thankfully this was not in response to a call for help but was a planned visit, organised by a parent. KS1 were first to go and have a look, taking it in turns to climb in and out of the back and Mrs Hogan made an excellent