On Super learning day we had lots of fun trying out lots of different subjects. Here is a photo of some of us being scientists.
On the 23rd of June we won the 'Primary School of the Year Award again!!! As the existing holders of this title, it came as a bit of a shock, however, we do feel that we are definitely very deserving of this amazing accolade, again!!
LEP AWARD CEREMONY!
Other finalists were: Korede- Who was highly commended as 'Pupil of the Year' (Year 6)
Andy Bradshaw- Our sponsor 'Unsung Hero'
Mrs Butt- Our Headteacher for her role as 'Headteacher of the Year.
This is the second year we have dominated the awards. We are already looking forwards to next years ceremony. Thank you Lancashire Evening Post!
More than 8,300 schools and educational groups applied to the RHS Campaign for School Gardening Rocket Science project and received their rocket seeds on Monday 18 April.
Our school began the 35-day experiment, growing 100 seeds that have spent six months orbiting the earth, and comparing them to 100 rocket seeds that have not travelled in space. The seed packets are colour-coded, however the pupils will not know which of the two packets is which until after the results of the experiment have been published.
For the Queens 90th Birthday year 2 received a letter from the queen thanking us for the cards we sent her. Before we broke up for the holidays we made her some special cards to celebrate her birthday and posted them off to her. We are thrilled to get a letter back thanking us for our cards.
Year 2 recieved a letter from the Queen!
A reminder that our summer uniform should now be worn this term. For girls it is blue/white checked dresses, white leggings if legs are to be covered, royal blue cardigan/jumper with logo, white knee/ankle socks. For boys it is white polo shirts, grey trousers/mid length shorts, black/dark grey socks, royal blue jumper with logo. Please label all clothing with your child’s name and please help us to ensure that we continue to look smart in our summer uniform.
Children in key stage one this term have had an opportunity to work with students from UCLAN and practice their forest skills. They have made animal homes/ dens on Moor park, taken part in team games, mini-beast hunts and in school taken part in making clay birds and learning about their features.
Key Stage 1 pupils Working With UCLAN
We have covered 194 miles and have reached Brittany in France!
Road to Rio update
Well done to our winners for this half term.
Who will be our top walkers/ runners this half term?
Will we get to Rio?
Eldon won ‘GOLD’ in the Sainsbury’s Games Award! This is an amazing achievement as we have worked hard to raise the level of PE in our school and to a high standard! Thank you Mrs Karakurt, Miss Barlow, Mr Wu and all the staff including Miss Bell who gave a great foundation for our award entry!
Sainsbury's Gold Award
Summer Fair which took place last weekend, raised £550 and £200 on the book fair. Thank you Maria, Eldon’s Social Gathering and everyone who helped with this including the teachers, parents and support staff who worked very hard on the day.
The Book Fair raised £450 and we made half of this in commission to buy extra books for school! Thank you!
The Summer Term is here!
Coming up this Summer term:
This term we are looking forward to:
-Being 100% ‘ers for a whole week / term;
-Forest School’s workshops, including using our land on English Martyrs School premises;
-Trips and visitors;
-Super Learning Day—what do we want to be when we grow up?
-Sports Day at Preston Sports Arena;
-Move Up Day;
Mr Wu is leading sessions before school on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8.15a.m. onwards until 8.50a.m. So far, nearly 150 miles have been clocked up on our ‘Road to Rio’ Challenge. Help us to get to Rio and keep fit at the same time! Thank you Mr Wu for planning and organising this event in collaboration with Mrs Karakurt and the staff.
Are you taking part in our 'Road to Rio' challenge?
Have you got a bike, helmet and are in Year 5 or Year 6? The school is running a ‘Bike Ability’ course for children at the end of June and first week of July. Please ensure your bikes are road worthy so that you can take part in this free training!
We have lots to look forward to including our Super Learning Day- all about our aspirations, Summer Fair, Healthy Week, Bike Ability for Year 5 and 6, Year 6 residential and of course ‘Move Up Day!’
Great news as Eldon has been nominated for four categories in the Lancashire Evening Post Awards! ‘Best Primary School’, ‘Head Teacher of the Year,’ ‘Pupil of the Year’ (Korede—Year 6) and finally ‘Unsung Hero’ (Andy Bradshaw—our sponsor). This is the second year that we have dominated the awards. Please ask how you can come and support the school at the prize giving evening which is taking place next Thursday at the Guild Hall at 6.15p.m. onwards. This is a ticketed (free) event—please ask Mrs Butt for further details.
Lancashire Evening Post Awards
Eldon’s Got Talent was held earlier this week. We were so very bowled over with the finalists that we could not decide who the winner was! We are therefore having a ‘winner’s final’ on the 21st July at 2.30p.m. Parents are welcome to attend!
Eldon's Got Talent Final Finals
We are looking forward to our Super Learning Day on Friday 1st July. We are ‘Reaching for the Stars!’ and many professionals are coming into school to encourage and share their careers with the children! If you can help, please do let us know.
Super Learning Day