Spelling Bee Champions - 2nd Spring Half-term 2017
Oldham Year 5 Careers Fair at Mahdlo 23.03.17
Year 5 had great fun at the Year 5 Careers Fair today. Learning about all sorts of jobs and trying out lots of new things. Around 50 employers were present at the event. Dentist? Engineer? IT specialist? Chef? What might you want to do when you are older?
Primary Knowledge Magazine
Please take a look at the new Primary Knowledge magazine. Showcasing all the brilliant things going on in Oldham Primary Schools, Primary Knowledge is well worth a read. You might even find our school in there somewhere!
Please click on the link to view Primary Knowledge. http://oldham-chronicle.co.uk/local/echron
Mr Ayres Visited Year 6
Mr Ayres is an architect. He explained about the number of people involved in designing and building a new structure. The children looked at different models of buildings. Mr. Ayres had been involved in designing the Beetham tower, in Manchester. We made our own Beetham towers. Our towers all had individual designs.
Delph School Are Proud Sponsors of 5 Guide Dog Puppies
Thank you to Anne, Norma & 'Hetta' the guide dog for a great family assembly this morning (20.01.2017). Anne told us all about what it means to sponsor a guide dog puppy. We learnt what happens to the puppies and how they are specially trained. Norma told us how 'Hetta' helps her everyday to be independent and confident and what a special dog she is. At our school we are proud to be sponsoring 5 guide dog puppies. They are called Isaac, Dasher, Biscuit, Felix and Eddie.
Visiting the Houses of Parliament - 15th November 2016
Mr. Britner, Mrs. Leigh and two Y5 pupils travelled to London after being invited to the Houses of Parliament. The children spoke to MPs and other dignitaries at Parliament about their involvement in the Heartstone Odyssey Project. The project, based on the book the Heartstone Odyssey, raises awareness and discussion about important issues such as racism, prejudice and challenging stereotypes. We had an amazing day!
On Monday 10th October 2016, two officers from the Fire Service visited Year 6 to talk about Autumn Safety. They showed us how dangerous bonfires and fireworks can be. They also talked about choosing safe clothing to wear near bonfires. We discussed safety when trick-or-treating and the officers taught Year 6 about using stop, drop and roll to put out flames on clothing.