Dripping wet, but having fun, the new Adventure Club gets off to a soggy start, but not soggy enough to wipe the smiles off the children’s’ faces. What would you do if you were suddenly stranded on a deserted island, miles from home?
What would you do with only rope, tarpaulin and some pegs? That is the dilemma that faced the first group of children taking part in the afterschool adventure club. The few things found on the deserted island were enough to build a shelter and make a base for the adventures to come…
Year 3 children investigating angles outside with Mr Hulme-Duvall. They were using angle eaters to identify right angles, acute angles and obtuse angles.
On Monday 28th April, Norbury Reds and Yellows set off to Power League for a football tournament.
The Norbury Yellows won ALL of their matches and so were top of Group A.
The Norbury Reds won four of their matches and drew one, therefore they also came top in their group, Group B.
This was a fantastic result for both teams and I am very proud of each and every one of the boys for doing so well. However, this meant we had to play against each other in the final!
Sadly, there could only be one winner and after a tense seven minutes the Norbury Yellows scored the first goal, which was soon followed by another. The result ended as 2-0 to the Yellows but both teams played brilliantly and just getting to the final was a fantastic achievement.
Now, the Norbury Yellows get the privilege of playing at Edgeley Park (Stockport County’s home pitch) on Wednesday 7th May against Alexandra Park Primary School. Wish us luck!
Welcome to the Summer Term in Year 4. We have already been busy studying Passover and different religions. Our main focus over the next few weeks is ‘Where the wild things are’ by Maurice Sendak . We will be writing our own version of the story culminating in a rumpus in the woods!!
Year 5 have had a very busy start to the term. We have all made an individual front cover for our new theme books based on our theme ‘When you go down to the wood…’