Career and Aspiration Week

This year as part of Career and Aspiration week the children had the opportunity to interview a range of visitors about their jobs including a meteorologist, a midwife and fire service. They also enjoyed watching a magic show by Wacky Woody a children’s magician and learned about working with animals by taking part in activities with Steven ‘the bug man’ from Wild Workshops.

Thank you to those parents that gave up their time to speak to the children and helped to make the week a success.

 

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar workshop

On the 13th February we ran a Spelling Punctuation and Grammar workshop for Parents and Carers in School.

Thank you to the people that attended and found the SPaG workshop helpful and informative.

I have added the PowerPoint and some games with hyper links that the children can access at home.

Mrs Rafferty

Phonics Co-ordinator

The river Nile – Jayden

  1. A few facts about the river Nile.
  2. The River Nile is about 6,670 km (4,160 miles) in length and is the longest river in Africa and in the world. Although it is generally associated with Egypt, only 22% of the Nile’s course runs through Egypt.

2. In Egypt, the River Nile creates a fertile green valley across the desert. It was by the banks of the river that one of the oldest civilizations in the world began. The ancient Egyptians lived and farmed along the Nile, using the soil to produce food for themselves and their animals.

Where is the  river Nile?

The River Nile is in Africa. It originates in Burundi, south of the equator, and flows northward through northeastern Africa, eventually flowing through Egypt and finally draining into the Mediterranean Sea.

Where is the source of the river Nile?

  1. The river Nile’s source starts at Lake Victoria, Africa’s biggest lake, is generally thought of as the source of the River Nile. On the northern edge of the lake, water pours over a waterfall, known as Ripon Falls, into a narrow opening which some people believe is the beginning of the River Nile.

 

 

 

 

by Jayden 4D

Grand designs by Taylor

.The Taj Mahal is a famous mallsoleum in India

. A mallsoleum is a building that contains burial chambers.

. The Taj Mahalnis lockated in Agra, a city in the littar parades region of northern India.

. It was built as the final resting place for mumtez Mahal, the third wipe of Mughal emperor shah Jaham.

. The name Taj Mahal means ” crown of places.

. Construction took around 20 years , from 1632 to 1653.

Grand designs by millie

Facts about the Burj Kalifha

1. Did you know that the Burj kalifha is the is the tallest building in the world?

2. The Burj kalifha stands at a great 828 metres.

3. The Burj kalifha is in Dubai United Arab Emirates .

4. The Burj kalifha has more than 160 stories!!!

5. Did you know that it has the fastest lift ever , which goes 10 metres per second?

6. Did you know that 12000 workers worked on the building everyday?

7. The Burj kalifha is not classed as a modern wonder of the world.

Grand design by Isabelle

Facts about the 7 wonders

*colosseum fun facts

*It is widely believed that the colosseum was the biggest and grandest amphitheatre .

*The construction started in 70 BC and did not finish during vespassians reign”.

*Colosseum was built after Roman victory In first Roman – Jewish war .

* It’s built by stones and concrete it had four main floors with eight arches each

*Height : 157 feet

perimeter :1788

Seating for people :87,000

*And also did you know that it’s one of the seven modern wonders of the world .

Grand designs. By Rija 5T

This week we learnt about different architects who designed some of the famous buildings, like Frank Ghenry, Gustave Eiffel,Ustad Ahmed and lots more.We did a poster about them and their designs.We wrote facts about their childhood and what happened when they grew up. Most of these architectures are still standing today, e.g Eiffel Tower,Taj Mahal,Burj khalifa and many more. All of these buildings are all around the world like the Pyramid of Giza which is the only one standing because the others were destroyed.

 

NSPCC Digital safety workshop for parents

Dear Parents and Carers

We’re here to help you keep your child safe online

O2 and the NSPCC have joined forces on a mission to help all children and their families in the UK stay safe online. Together, they’re offering useful tools, support and guidance to help parents and carers have frequent conversations with their children about their online lives.

Our free online safety workshop for parents and carers

We would like to invite all parents, carers or family members to a free online safety workshop at Corrie Primary at 2.30pm on Monday 26th February 2018. The content covered in the workshops is aimed at adults. Parents with children are advised to arrange childcare if possible.

The hour-long workshop will help parents, carers and other adults understand their child’s online world, build confidence to have those important conversations that can help keep children safe online and help you know where to go for help and advice.

“After coming to this workshop today, I realise the importance of having conversations with my child rather than avoid the subject. I didn’t know there were things I could do to make it better, I’m so glad I came to this workshop. I will definitely be calling the helpline or going into store to get some help, thank you.” – Parent who attended the workshop

 

Our world war II interview with Jack by Jedaiah

Today (15/2/18) we were lucky enough to have an interview with a world war two veteran. He finished  school in 1938 at the age of 14. When war broke out he became a mail boy.  When he was 18 he joined the army and became an airplane communicator. He was in the South Africa 12 squadron and helped liberate Italy. He is thankful he was in the 12 squadron because his life was extended. 5 of his squadron members died in the war when a German plane dropped a bomb on their plane. He flew the American B26 Martin Marauder Medium Bomber. He described what it was like in the planes, he said that it was like being in a metal tube. Also the bomb was right in the middle and there were two metal bars to hold on to.  It was very special to speak to a world war II veteran and listen to his experience in the war.By Jedaiah.A