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24th April 14

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SHAKESPEARE PRIMARY SCHOOL
WINNERS OF THE NETBALL LEAGUE 2014
CONGRATULATIONS !!!

The Easter Bunny made an unscheduled stop in the School Kitchen and gave everyone Easter Hugs !! He then visisted our babytalk group who were holding a fabulous Easter party.

Easter Bonnet Parade

On Monday we held our Infant Easter Bonnet Parade in the Hall.

Parents came to watch the spectacle and everyone clapped as each class paraded their wonderful hats. Our Judges, Mrs Williams, Mr MacSymons and Mr Shoulders had a very tough job on their hands !!

Please see our worthy winners below. You can see more photos in your childs class section on the left !

Junior Easter Egg Making Day !!

The Junior children spent Monday making marvellous creations with eggs!!

They were then taken to the hall and put on display for everyone to see. Parents came to view them on Tuesday morning. Our Judges had another hard task choosing winners from each class!!

Please see the winning entries below. More pictures can be seen in your child's class section on the left. 

Shakespeare does Strictly !!

This Term, Year 5 have been taking Ballroom Dancing lessons with Amy !!

In their first session, they learnt the Cha Cha Cha and the Waltz and in the second session, they added "New Yorkers" to their Cha Cha Cha and danced the Waltz in a large circle !

In sessions 4 and 5 they began to learn the Jive and Tango.

Here are a few pictures - to see more, click on the Year 5 Class link on the left!!

Warren Farm Clean up - 13 March 2014

Today, 40 of our Year 5 Rotakids have been working in shifts to clean up the Warren Farm estate with litter-grabbers with the Regenda Group.

They had a brilliant time!

ECO Fashion Show

The Eco Club organised an ECO Fashion Show at School.

Each Year group created an outfit by reusing materials. They used bin bags, carrier bags, crisp packets, newspapers, bottletops and old clothing. 

We also invited children from other schools in Fleetwood to come in and create their own outfits.

All the outfits were modelled on the catwalk at the ECO Fashion Show in the Hall. 

Children described how each outfit was designed and made.

Mrs Johnson, our ECO Club co-ordinator would like to thank everyone who sent in items to be re-used.

Please see our wonderful gallery below !

LOOK WHAT HAPPENED IN YEAR 4 THIS WEEK !!!!!

TO SEE MORE CLICK ON THE YEAR 4 CLASS LINK TO THE LEFT


Boys Writing Project

Some of our Year 5 & 6 Boys attended a Writing Project at Fleetwood Library - which was organised by one of our ex-Governors, Mrs Shears and Fleetwood Library. The Boys learned about the character Tarzan and wrote a newspaper article about him and its author, Edgar Rice Burroughs

Shakespeare Primary School Art Gallery

The children have been working hard in class this term with a very special art project !

The theme was "Our Town" and they produced fantastic pictures of local landmarks. These included The Mount, Marine Hall, Pharos Lighthouse, Trawlers, Fleetwood Rugby Club. 
The pictures were then professionally framed and hung in our very own Art Gallery in the Hall and were available to purchase at £7 per picture.

Lots of parents came in to view the pictures on open evening and were amazed by the talent on show !!

Take a look at some of the photographs of the gallery below .

 

A day in the life of Shakespeare school

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Our talented pupils have made their own film of a day in the life of Shakespeare School - take a look at it below:- 


 

              
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