This morning the used one of the puzzles from the www.7puzzleblog.com website – the children really enjoyed it and some managed to get the right answer!
I loved the trip to
The reason that we did the movie
This is a Power point that I have made. A power point about when my
Here’s Callum’s excellent report on the England vs France match at Euro 2012 in the Ukraine this evening – great work, Callum!
Monday 11th June 2012 5pm Kick off
10mins into the game
Hello and welcome to our week on Pass the Blog! We’re really excited to get involved as we’ve become a bit addicted to this year – our class blog is www.ashclassgreenfields.blogspot.com
We are a Year Five class from Greenfields Primary School in Shrewsbury, England – one of our pupils has written a profile of our school so that you can get to know us a bit better – here’s Chloe’s report!
Greenfields Primary School is a school in England. It is in Shrewsbury Shropshire. The address for Greenfields Primary School is:
Greenfields Primary School
The classes in Greenfields School are big sizes and small sizes. The names of the classes are tree names like Ash, Holly, Maple etc, etc…
Nursery is the only class which hasn’t got a tree name, because there name is Nursery. There are over 300 children in our school. The classes are around about the same size but
Last week on Friday, one of our school dinner ladies Mrs. Jones’ dad came into school to talk about his evacuee adventure. His name was Robert Blundell but he
Y4 managed to get a field trip to the Apple store inn Liverpool 1. They had a great time using iMovie to make their own films.
Jamie, Ewan, George and Grace went home and made their own! Watch out!
Y4 have been looking at life for children during WW2. In her school holidays she has extended her ideas to include other things. The great thing about Google Presentations embedded into blogs is that if Heidi adds more, they are updated automatically. Great for Heidi and for her audience.
The Olympic torch came to Crosby beach on Friday and Green Park (along with thousands ot others) were there to see it.
We are really excited to be starting the “Pass the Blog” Project. Although it is our half term holiday we will do our best to tell all about our adventures in and out of school.
Our school is in Maghull, which is near Liverpool in the United Kingdom. Last week the Olympic Torch came close by and 32 lucky children were chosen to watch at Crosby Beach and take part in an official World Record by being part of the biggest human Olympic Rings!
The Olympic Torch and the World Record on PhotoPeach
Keep in touch with our blogging on “Pass the Blog” and we would love you to spend a little time looking through our class blogs.