As part of World Book Day, Year 5 and 2 joined together to share their favourite stories and books. It was a true delight to see the children so involved Continue Reading →
The children at The William Amory Primary School & Nursery always make our World Book Day extra special. The effort and dedication you put in to your character costumes is Continue Reading →
Reception and Year 3 took part in some yummy pancake day activities. Reception had a delicious morning taste testing some homemade pancakes. There were lots of happy faces while the Continue Reading →
Year 1 have been weaving as part of their DT topic. They have been paper weaving to create a beautiful placemat.
Year 2 children enjoyed the Pudding Lane Bakery activities and each became their own baker. Year 2 created their own bread rolls, plaits and twists. Make it. Bake it. Share Continue Reading →
Year 1 have been finding out about Grace Darling. She was a lighthouse keeper’s daughter and she rescued passengers with her father from a steamship called ‘Forfarshire’, that had crashed Continue Reading →
Year 5 went on a trip to Shugborough at the end of January. There they took part in many different activities which included: archery, wall climbing, bushcraft/campcraft skills, orienteering and Continue Reading →
Year 3 celebrated Chinese New Year by getting creative and being artistic. They each made their own collage of a Chinese dragon using tissue paper and coloured cellophane. They look Continue Reading →