Category: Primary News
Primary School News
Hello from Year 2 class and Mrs Angela Yon (ICT teacher).
This term we are learning about using the Internet in our ICT lessons.
Last week and this week we learnt about Blogging.
We took some photos of places around our school and one of a model. We drafted information to go with the pictures.
Today we learnt about adding a blog to our schools website.
We created a blog with photos taken by ourselves and have also added our information about them.
Enjoy our Blog, from Year 2 Class and Mrs Yon.
Picture taken by Tanzi.
This is a picture of our fish pond in our school. There are a lot of little Gobbies and some small orange fish in the pond. There are lots of green lily pads in the pond as well.
Do you know where our pond is situated in our school?
Picture taken by Shae-Lyn.
This is a picture of our huge hall in our school. Sometimes we have PE in our hall and when it is wet outside we play games in there too. We also have assemblies in our hall. What do you think about our hall?
Picture taken by William.
This is a picture of Green Mountain, it is situated near our school. There are lots of trees, flowers, plants and green grass up on the mountain. It is very beautiful up there and lots of space where you can play. Have you been up to green mountain?
Picture taken by Penny.
Here is a picture of my model I made at home. it is of a dog and it’s name is Fluffy. I made it out of cardboard and empty plastic bottles. What do you think of my model?
The children of Year 5 and 6, in partnership with Two Boats School PTA have created their own t-shirt, bag and card designs.
The children have been busy this week ‘pitching’ their products to local businesses around the island. Some deals have now been made so please visit: Chandlery, the museum and JAMS to purchase some one of a kind products! (Perfect presents!!)
We bid farewell to more staff in July 2019. Mr Dickerson, Miss Boyle, Mrs Bennett and Mrs Mildon, we will miss you all.
In June 2019 we said goodbye to Mrs Richardson. We wish her the best of luck for the future.
Foundation Stage’s topic for this term is Transport. We have been talking about being safe on the road so we went into Georgetown to see and learn how to use the zebra crossing. We stopped, looked both ways and listened before we crossed. We were very happy that all of the cars stopped to let us cross.
The school received a surprise gift of some amazing books from the Don Hanson Charitable Trust. The trust sent out books to 10,000 primary schools in UK and all the schools across the British Overseas Territories. They are fabulous books which have information about a wealth of things including the plants and animals that live and grow on Ascension. The books are on the shelves outside the Pastoral room in the hall, come in and have a look. Here are year 1 and 2 sharing the books.