To finish off their topic on rivers and water, Year 5 and 6 visited the Yorkshire Water treatment plant to learn how water is cleaned and made safe to drink, where the water comes from in our area, how to save this vital resource, ways in which others without the same water supply as ourselves […]
KS1 have ‘submerged’ themselves in our Titanic workshop and have spent the day excitedly creating soundscapes and scenes, ready to showcase to parents. Our day started with a recap of all of the elements that make a good performance and the children threw themselves into the activities, becoming 1st, 2nd and 3rd class passengers and […]
You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book.” – Dr Seuss This week has seen a flurry of reading and book related activities across Moorlands. Each class has experienced a form of classic literature within their English lessonsranging from listening to a variety of books by […]
The Foxhill Run and Cubhill Runs are just around the corner! Training started fully this week, when we once again familiarised ourselves with the route in the Hollies. A great effort seen by KS2. Remember: parents and grandparents are welcome to come and watch or help out with the marshalling in the woods.
Over the half term, KS1 were set the challenge of reading their favourite book somewhere ‘extreme’. We have had a fantastic selection this year including reading in the bath, on top of a car, up a tree, at the bottom of a sand pit and even at the top of a 200m tower in Frankfurt! […]
We went to the IAPs Northern Qualifying round at Stoneyhurst. This was a time trial to see who could get through to the finals, which are in London in June. These 5 did Moorlands extremely proud. Amazing results from all of them, individual 1st, 2nd, 3rd in each race and team 1st in each relay! […]
Wednesday morning saw the return of the much loved House Challenge Event! Events this year were updated to include handstands and Jacks, which the children have been learning to play at break and lunch times, along with some old favourites, including cracker eating, basketball shooting, baked bean eating with a cocktail stick, and tallest tower […]
Key Stage 1 have been doing lots of drama based on the Titanic. They have been acting out various scenarios, such as pretending they have won tickets to board the ship, a first class and third class child meeting on board and striking up a friendship and the different jobs people did onboard the ship. […]