Reception Curriculum Celebration Summer 1 2022 14th Jun 2022 - 37 images
This term started with a surprise parcel. Inside were five tiny caterpillars for each class. We looked after the caterpillars for the next few weeks until they formed a chrysalis and then completed metamorphosis into butterflies. We observed and noticed the changes to the caterpillars, as well as the changes in ourselves since we were babies. Each week we had a cricket coach teach us some key cricket skills and we continued to practise on the balance bikes. We have been busy using our phonics knowledge to write sentences and have been learning to add two groups together accurately. We learnt about an artist called, Georgia O’Keeffe and produced some enlarged paintings of butterflies and fossil sculptures. To mark the Queen’s Jubilee, we learnt about the Queen and how she has changed since she was a baby. We made crowns and flags and joined in the school parade.
Y1 visit to Cotswold Wildlife Park 10th Jun 2022 - 42 images
Cotswold Wildlife Park Year One enjoyed a brilliant trip to Cotswold Wildlife Park. We saw a range of wild animals, including lots African animals which we learned about in our topic last term. Our visit included an excellent animal talk, and it was lovely to all meet up at the end of the day for a ride on the train and some time at the playground. Well done Year One – your behaviour was fantastic!
Y5 Curriculum Celebration Summer Term 1 2022 7th Jun 2022 - 31 images
With a big focus on our science topic of materials and their properties, Year 5 have been conducting lots of scientific enquiries. From fair and comparative tests to observations over time, the children have been investigating solubility, thermal insulators and filtering to recover materials. As well as this, in PE, there have been lots of opportunities to take part in different athletics activities, involving both track and field events. Once again, the children we lucky to take part in another computing session where they were creating stories by coding different sprites.
Olympic Athletics Success! April 2022 13th May 2022 - 41 images
During the afternoon of Thursday 12th May 2022 Team Prestbury competed in the annual Olympic Athletics Festival at St Edwards Junior School. The children competed in a variety of events including individual sprints, individual long distance and team relays. They performaced amazingly well with children from each year group winning events and accumulating points for the team. The children all showed our school Christian values and especially our current value of Perseverence! The whole event came down to the year 6 boys and girls relays and Team Prestbury won both, which meant we won the whole event and came back to school with the trophy! This meant we retained the trophy after winning the last time the event was held in May 2019! Well done TEAM PRESTBURY!
Reception Curriculum Celebration Spring Term 1 2022 17th Feb 2022 - 30 images
Reception Spring Term 2022 Review
Y1 Spring 3 Walk To Prestbury 17th Feb 2022 - 29 images
Year One really enjoyed walking around our local area. We identified human and physical features, and we made our teachers proud by demonstrating excellent behaviour and fantastic observational skills!
Y1 Curriculum Celebration Spring Term 1 2022 17th Feb 2022 - 30 images
We have had a fantastic term in Year One, which began with us voting for our school councillors. Orange and Yellow class have worked hard on their reading, and in English, they have written some lovely stories based on Handa’s Surprise. In maths, we have worked hard to add and subtract numbers within 20, and we are working together to solve some tricky ‘deepen it’ challenges each lesson! We have also explored a range of maps in geography, our five senses in science, and we have designed and created fruit kebabs in our design and technology lessons. Well done Year One!
Jonathan Jungle visits Y6 7th Feb 2022 - 74 images
Jonathan’s Jungle Roadshow visited Y6 on Friday and they spent a fantastic day encountering a range of rainforest creatures. They also learnt about so much science based on the animals’ habitats, adaptations, classification and reproduction. You’ll really enjoy these photos!