It’s Pantomime season in 8A. Oh no it’s not, oh yes it is !!!
8A was lucky enough to be able to attend the Pantomime at Bolton Victoria Hall where they were showing Cinderella.
8A travelled to Bolton Victoria Hall by coach.
When we arrived, the class made their way into the hall and…
Children in Need in 8A goes all dotty.
Today is “Children in Need” day in Astley Park School.
We started the day in 8A by doing some Pudsey colouring. Lovely use of the colour yellow and what fantastic spots, well done!
The learners then watched a video of different schools…
Thank you for being a friend in 8A
This week has been “Friendship week” at Astley Park.
We have been looking out for our learners being kind towards other.
We have seen learners looking after their friends whilst out walking to and from Asda in the high winds. We have also seen…
Remembrance Day . 8A will never forget
This Thursday the class watched a very short film that showed a silent cartoon that represented how poppies appeared after the battle was over in France and Belgium in World War One. It was very moving and the learners understood what they had watched…
8A Me and My Body.
As we start to look at “Me and My Body”, 8A learnt about different body parts.
The learners had to do good listening and listen out for a body part. When staff called out a body part, 8A had to point to that body part on themselves.
We had the easy body parts,…
Last year 11G made a Makaton video showing lots of spooky signs.
Have fun practicing your scary signs and share them with your class team.
8As Afternoon at the Park.
On Monday afternoon, we made the most of the dry weather and the class walked to the near by Devonshire Rec Park.
Whilst walking to the park, the learners were reminded on keeping themselves safe when crossing the road.
When at the park, the learners…
8As day out to Rascals and McDonalds
The learners were very excited this morning coming into school.
They still had to do their reading and writing and had their morning snacks before we all set off to Rascals.
Mrs Cheetham was our driver for the day and chauffeured the class…
Black History Month is celebrated in October in the UK and Astley Park School is proud to celebrate Black History Month with a focus on, 'Saluting our Sisters'. This is intended to build awareness, educate and share lived experiences of Black women.
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Rocket making in 8A.
As our topic is “Space”, 8A was given a sheet to jot down ideas to design their very our Rocket.
The learners were given ideas on different materials they could use when they started to make their Rocket.
The learners then drew their design out on paper,…
8A on how to make the world in 7 days.
This term 8A will be learning all about beginnings and endings. Today, 8A looked how our world was created. We did explain at the start of this topic that different religions believe in different scenarios as to how the world was created, and the…
This Friday, the school celebrated Jeans for Genes Day. It’s so nice seeing the pupils coming in with their own clothes on in support of the charity. The staff had their jeans on today too.
The learners looked at the PowerPoint explaining about why we have Jeans for Genes day. The…