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Welcome to Rose Class

Here in Rose Class we have wonderful children who strive to do their best all of the time, both in the classroom and on our fabulous educational visits. Please have a look at our pictures over the year to keep up to date with where we go and what we do to enrich the lives of your children and try to make learning more meaningful for them. We sometimes will be taking children from other classes who staff feel will benefit from certain visits.

 

Rose Class Staff:

Monday - Teacher - Mrs Ginn   TA - Mrs Byers

Tuesday - Teacher - Mrs Ginn   TA - Mrs Pollard

Wednesday - Teacher - Mr Keating  TA - Mrs Pollard

Thursday - Educational Visits with Mr Keating and TAs

Friday - Teacher - Mr Keating/PE with MJ/TA - Mrs Pollard

 

Haigh Woodland Park

The children took pictures of God's creation as part of their service award work and really found a variety of interesting creations.

Just some of the many findings

Pizza Making at Pizza Express

The children enjoyed rolling and pressing dough, adding tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese and then eating the fruits of their labour! They were praised by the staff for their manners, politeness and listening skills.

Looking at God's very old creation in Calderstones Park

The children found the 1000 year old Allerton oak tree amongst many other of God's creations. They also took turns when playing and shared time and space together.

Class visit to Croxteth Hall Farm

The children were able to handle, feed, groom and see a wide variety of animals at the farm, some of which are rare breeds. A fantastic visit!

A visit to the National Football Museum in Manchester

The children enjoyed a visit and were able to learn about some of the history of football, see the way that the kits have changed over the years, handle artifacts, complete a penalty shootout and practice their skills in a variety of learning zones. Some of the children were even able to take over Match of the Day!

Stepping back in time at the National Waterways Museum Ellesmere Port

The children retraced the steps of the canal workers, dressed up in the costumes of their time and visited homes where they would have lived to see how homes changed over the years and how inventions helped to make life more comfortable for the families. The children also followed an iPad trail where characters came to life and spoke about their jobs. The visit ended with a tour of the museum where the children found out much more of the life and times of the canals.

Medieval History at Norton Priory

The children immersed themselves (literally!) in medieval history at Norton Priory, learning all about the roles of the canons; made medicines from herbs and other ingredients to 'cure' a variety of ailments including the Black Plague; looked at real skeletons and the way some have been reconstructed; became detectives measuring their forearms to see how old they would have been back in the olden days and wrote with quill pens to finish off a fantastic day! They were praised by staff for their manners and engagement in all of the lessons.

Learning all about migratory birds at Martin Mere

The children had a wonderful session at Martin Mere learning all about the Whopper Swans that migrate from Iceland each winter as well as seeing a whole variety of other birds, ducks and wildlife that make Martin Mere their temporary or permanent home. Two former headteachers took the learning session and were full of praise for our children because of their enthusiasm, manners and listening skills.

Vue Cinema and Riverside Bowling

The children enjoyed a free movie, Aladdin, as part of the Into Film Festival and then has a PE lesson with a difference in New Brighton.

Apple Store

A fantastic session at the Apple Store where the children were able to make each other disappear! They were that well behaved that the staff allowed the children to have their lunch in store because of the freezing cold weather outside and a member of the public commented on their outstanding behaviour. He had been in the store for an hour and wouldn't have known that there was a class of children in there!

Victoria Gallery and Museum Takeover Day

The children were outstanding in taking over the wonderful Victoria Gallery and Museum for the day. They experienced a taste of what it is like to work there, greet visitors and clean some very precious artefacts. The highlight of the day was to give some very important invited guests a guided tour which they absolutely excelled at! We are very, very proud of them all and they proved to be fantastic ambassadors for our wonderful school!!!

Manchester Science and Industry Museum

The children were treated to a Weavers demonstration and about the cotton industry. They then explored the many science experiments available and had a wonderful day.

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