YEAR 5 DANCE-ATHON
Year 5 held a fantastic dance-athon when they were sponsored to dance all day! We are still counting up the money and will be announcing how much we raised on Friday 22nd May during the Model Pupil Assembly.
May Day 2015
We were honoured to have our May Queen crowned by the Mayoress of Wyre, Mrs Brenda Shewan who was accompanied by her husband, Mr Ron Shewan, the Mayor of Wyre. All of the Reception class were the May Queen's retinue and all year groups gave wonderful country dancing performances.
Year 5 have updated their classes page with lots of wonderful pictures in all their topic areas - please take a look!
Young Seasiders Art Exhibition
Following on from our successful Art Week, we need to send very many congratulations to Miss Mooney, Mrs Ellis and the Reception team for helping their classes make the winning group entry in the prestigious annual Young Seasiders’ Art Exhibition!!!!!
The theme was 'Our Planet' and the children made a beautiful sculpture of Mother Earth surrounded by man's destruction. The children thouroughly enjoyed making the artwork and we are thrilled that we are the overall winners!!
Celebrations continue as we also have individual winners in the competition. Well done to Daisy-Mae Hobbs in RM, Daisy-Mae Whelen in 4S, Louie Brooks 6W and Samir Atip in 6M.
Please visit the Seasiders’ exhibition to see all our entries. It is being held at the Blackpool and Fylde Art Gallery in Bennett St, Blackpool. The winners attended a prize giving at Blackpool Tower Circus on 10th March.
Ambassadors for India Project
Shakespeare primary are very excited about linking with a school in India. Our link school is the Sushila Birla Girl's School in Calcutta.
After many applications from our junior children, we have chosen 8 Ambassadors (pictures below) and 8 Deputies to take part in the Project. Congratulations to the Ambassadors and thanks to everyone who applied.
The Ambassadors will be skyping the children at the Birla School to talk about each other's lives, families and festivals. They will then report back to the rest of our school and to the British Council Website.
For more information and to BLOG between the two schools, please see the link on the left hand menu.
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A day in the life of Shakespeare school|
Our talented pupils have made their own film of a day in the life of Shakespeare School - take a look at it below:-