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Ecclesall Primary School
Ecclesall Primary School
A great morning of activity at the English Institute of Sport for Y3 at the "Network Games". The children had the chance to participate in various challenges as well as use the world class facilities. They even took part in an "opening ceremony", parading around the track. Thanks to Points Partnership for organising it and to the parents/carers who came along to help out and support.
Ecclesall Primary School
Ecclesall Primary School
Gradually opening up more of our outdoor areas that we have been developing over the winter months. Do take a look at the wonderful sculpture that is nearing completion in the quiet garden area near the Huntley Road entrance. Can you spot a representation of your class/year group? This area is now open as a quieter/calm area during lunchtime and before and after school.
Ecclesall Primary School
Ecclesall Primary School
Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Firth on the arrival of Angus - born yesterday weighing 6lb 3oz. Everyone doing well and we cannot wait to meet him soon.
Ecclesall Primary School
Ecclesall Primary School
In between showers, our various gardening groups have been managing to get outside and make real progress in our wildlife gardens below the EYFS/Y1 playground. Under the watchful eye of Mr Whydle, there are now "four season" garden patches, prepared ground ready for future planting, herbs and multi-sensory plants, compost areas, bird feeders, a bug hotel, various new shoots growing in the garden room and the eco-green house as well as blossom on the fruit trees planted earlier on in the year.
Ecclesall Primary School
Ecclesall Primary School
Congratulations to Isobel (Y2) who was chosen to be one of only six children to perform with the Northern Ballet (through Bailey Cox) in their production of Romeo and Juliet at the Lyceum Theatre last week! She danced the role of a street child and joined in with the professional dancers as part of their group numbers in the village square. Isobel is becoming an "old hand" at this though as she also performed in the Northern Ballet's production of Great Gatsby last year!
Ecclesall Primary School
Ecclesall Primary School
Y1 began their summer term learning in art by looking at sculptures and what makes them different from other art forms. They then began making their own sculptures firstly by using their shoes and then by folding and joining paper using different techniques. What wonderful, unique works of art the children have produced - well done Y1!