In Mrs Beeson's room the children examined a number of photographs of Henry VIII and concluded that in the majority of the images studied he was portrayed as being a stern and moody character.
In the video above, a disgruntled Henry VIII challenged the children to produce new portraits of…
We had such an exciting time on our Wow! day last week. We couldn't wait to write and tell you all about it. Here are some of our recounts of the day.
Congratulations to our first 'Star's of the Week' of this year!
Well done! you have made a fantastic start to the year.
Year 6 spent the day searching for clues about life during WWII and, in particular, what it was like for the thousands of children evacuated to the countryside during this time. We also had the challenge of making our own gas mask box using skills of accurately drawing, measuring, cutting and…
Year 5 had an exciting day learning all about the role of an MI6 agent. We were selected by the head of MI6 (Mrs Jones), to be put through the recruitment process to become MI6 agents. We even had a video message and a personal visit from the lady herself. We worked on special missions throughout…
This term our whole school topic is 'Spy Kids'
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support with the ‘Family Homework’ last year we had amazing responses and some very positive feedback comments, we are glad you are enjoying the challenges.
This time we would like our…
Year 3 absolutely loved 'Hook Day' and were lucky enough to receive a visit from King Henry VIII himself! (strangely Mr Brown appeared to be absent from school that day and a number of the children wondered where he was).
Henry VIII set the children a number of challenges throughout the day as…
Wow! What an exciting hook day we have had today. We were all awarded our own 'Secret Agent' badges ready for our missions and challenges throughout the day.
Fairy-tale characters had sent us special missions related to their stories that we had to solve.
We measured, designed, predicted,…
Today was our first day of RWI. The children were very excited to find out their new groups.
We have been busy learning new sounds and practising 'Fred talk' to read unknown words.
We also have been supporting each other to read our focus book.
Swimming starts September 30th 2016 for nine weeks.
Cello starts 15th September 2016.
Please ensure P.E kit is in school on every Monday for the week. It can be taken home on Friday.
We are really looking forward to working with you and your family during your child's time at Welholme Academy.
All of the Foundation Stage children are now attending school full-time..
Don't forget to complete the half-term homework with your child! Please go on an Autumn walk to collect…