Y1’s trip to Sarehole Mill

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We went on a school trip on Wednesday 18th May to Sarehole Mill. First we retold the story of little red hen. Then we made some lovely outstanding brown wholemeal bread by kneading the scrumptious, yummy dough. Then we went outside to see the pond and we watched the exciting water splash and make the wheel go round. After that we made some nature pictures and played in the played in the playroom.

By Eve, Kaya and Fergal (y1)


Y1’s trip to Sarehole Mill.

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On Wednesday 18th May we went on big coach to Sarehole mill. First, we retold the story of little red hen. Next we made some bread by putting some flour, some salt and yeast and sun flower oil into a bowl and mixed it all together. Then we went outside to do a nature trail and nature pictures then we went back inside to make super animals. We had so much fun.

By Evelyn, Ann and Joshua (y1)

Woodgate Valley

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On the 14th of June year 4 went to Woodgate Valley. It was AMAZING!!! We met the park ranger called Leo who took us to the woods and looked for bugs. I got a fat slug. After that we played a game and we learnt how bats hunt. There was a little playground and there was thunder. At the end we went on long walk. It was fun walking although some people were lazy. On the way we saw horses. Eventually we arrived back on the coach. We all loved the trip!

Alex and Kenzie

Our wonderful trip to Woodgate Valley

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On Tuesday 14th June we went to Woodgate Valley Park it was so fun there. Woodgate Valley is best known for its insects and animal habitats. We met a lovely park ranger called Leo, he showed us around the meadows and we played fun games whilst blind folded. We went on an  insect hunt and found loads of insects in different habitats. Did  you know that centipedes have more legs than millipedes? Also did you know that when a bee is lying down you need to give it sugary water? We had so much fun. Then we had lunch… Soon after we went for a relaxing walk through the meadows and we met some horses. They were ever so friendly and beautiful. Then we went home after a great trip. We loved the day out and we would love to come back.

Ciara, Grace and Sean.

Y4’s trip to Woodgate Valley

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On the 14th of June 2016, Year four went to Woodgate Valley Country Park. First of all, we walked into the little classroom, and we were introduced to the head ranger, called Leo. After the intro, we played an exciting centipede game! We then went to into the woods nearby. We collected mini beast and put them into a special jar with a magnifying glass on the top. Year four studied the bugs closely, with the help of our teachers, and Leo helped us too. Year four found out how many bugs lose their homes because of us, and we saw why we needed creepy crawlies to survive. All of us discussed the different types of insects and arachnids, and afterwards, Leo showed us the bee he caught in his net. But none of the students could find one! Afterwards, the teachers let us go to the park nearby, and there was a lot of thunder being heard! Then we took a walk in the field, and played there quite a lot! We even spotted horses! It was amazing!

Thomas and Louise

Our trip to woodgate valley park

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On the 14 of June year 4 went to Woodgate Valley Park. We met a ranger called Leo.  Firstly we had blind folds on and pretended we were millipede’s legs. Next we  collected mini beasts of all kind. After  Lunch  we played in the park. Finally we advanced to  a long  walk in the forest – we saw horses!

by Matthew and James

Year 4 trip to Woodgate valley

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On the 14th of June Year 4 went on a trip to Woodgate Valley country park. At the start of trip we went inside  to put down our coats bags. Then we went out to look for creatures and we lots, after that we played a game with a bat and a moth. Then after that we got to play whatever we wanted in a field . Finally we finished the trip with a long walk and we got to touch the horses.

Max and Cathal

Culture Week in Y4

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On Monday we learnt about St George, who is the patron saint of England but born in Turkey. Did you know Santa was believed to have been born in Turkey. On Wednesday 25 of May Y4 we joined Y2 for a shared culture day in each others class rooms. We learnt about Portugal and they learnt about Turkey.

In Year 2 we painted chicken which is the Nandos symbol. We also painted tiles from Lisbon. In Year 4 we made falafel. They tasted all right. In year 2 we also made little paper doll. After that we coloured the Portuguese flag.

We loved the week, we even got food from different countries and Year 2 made short bread and biscuits.

Alex and Finn

Culture Week – What Happened?

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On the last week of term it was Culture Week. We had a lovely time learning about Turkey. On Monday we learnt all about Saint George and how he fought the Dragon. Our teacher read a passage of one of the versions of the book and we underlined the descriptions of the dragon. On Tuesday we had a picture of Saint George and the Dragon and then we had to write what happened before that picture. On Wednesday we swapped with Year 2 and we went to the kitchen in the spare class room to make something called falafels, which is Turkish food. Then we went back to the classroom to colour in the Turkish flag. Meanwhile the next group was in year 2 making tiles, Nandos cockerels, fact files, paper dolls and the Portugal flag. Did you know that Santa Claus was born in Panara, Turkey?

Zaynah and Kyle

RRSA at St Ambrose Barlow

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We are working towards recognition as a “Rights Respecting School”. This is an award which is given to schools on behalf of UNICEF.

UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation working for children and their rights. In 1989, governments worldwide promised all children the same rights by adopting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). These rights are based on what a child needs to survive, grow, participate and fulfil their potential.

The ‘Rights Respecting School’ award (RRSA) will help our pupils to grow into confident, caring and responsible young citizens both in school and within the wider community. By learning about their rights our pupils, your children, also learn about the importance of respecting the rights of others i.e. their responsibilities.

You will be informed through the school website, blogs and newsletters of our progress.

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