8R had a wonderful day at Williamson Park bringing our topic to life with a visit to the butterfly and bug house. We found some real life examples to support our learning on the life cycle of a butterfly, learnt all about different types of habitat and some of us even had butterflies land on us! …
What an amazing time we had at Williamson Park! We saw butterflies, bugs, birds, a fluffy rabbit, meerkats and more! As part of our Science we are learning about living things and their life cycles. Not all the pupils were fans of the butterflies or the bugs, but I think we all loved the…
9G were given the important job of naming our new school Codeapillar who has joined our Computing department. After an intense vote it was decided that she will be called Carly and we have already enjoying two coding lessons with Carly the Codeapillar and can't wait for our next…
This term Beech Class have been looking at 'People Who Help Us., The park rangers at Beacon Country Park were very king and helped us to find the Gruffalo in the Woods.
Thank you for helping us.
Today we took a stroll through the deep dark wood of Astley Park, we were looking for bugs and habitats and came across this pebble. #pebbleart
We will be hiding it again when we go on our next adventure! Keep your eyes peeled!
pupils also picked their own pebbles to take part in the trend…
Class 7R have a super dancer within class! Millie came into school on Monday morning with a beautiful beaming smile and we don't blame her!
At the weekend, she competed in a dance display for Derian House and won a charity marching medal! Millie loved showing her medal and photos to the whole…
Before half term we had a Nurse come to visit for part of our topic ‘What’s your emergency?
7G asked lots of very good questions, listened to the stories the nurse told us of what it is like to be a nurse, and had a go at using the stethoscope and looking in Mrs Webb’s ears!
Before the holidays on one of our community visits there wasn’t very many of 7G!
We we decided as a treat we would all go to Anna Massas for ice cream!
We all really enjoyed ourselves and were very full after!
I have been busy this week reading through each pupil’s Annual Report and adding in my Headteacher’s comments. It has been wonderful to read about all the fantastic progress the children have made this year and I am sure you are going to enjoy reading them too.
This year we…
8G have decided to start doing a daily mile around the bicycle track on the field.
Elaine Wyllie (who is now ex-headteacher of a primary school in Scotland) began the initiative in her school several years ago and has spoken about the massive benefits it has had with her pupils.
On Saturday 3rd February, some of our children and staff from Astley Park School took part in the annual Swimarathon to raise money for Chorley Lions. There was a team of 5 children and 2 members of staff who all took part in the event and we had a super time! The swimming team consisted of Jamie,…
Chestnut had a trip to Lytham Beach for our topic this half term 'Commotion in the Ocean'. We all had lots of fun on the sand digging and building sandcastles! We then visited Lowther Garden Park and had a great time on the swings and climbing frames.