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Life Education is coming to our school on Tuesday 2nd May
The Life Education Centres provide unique health and drug education programmes which teach children about the wonder of their bodies, how to take care of them, and how drugs (including medicines, alcohol and tobacco) can affect them.
All our children will have the opportunity to take part in the programme, which is specifically designed for their age group. The aim is to encourage the children to think about all aspects of health, and make positive decisions about themselves.
Harold merchandise is available from the office at a cost of £1.
Any parents who would like to visit the bus to see for themselves are welcome. The session for parents is on Tuesday 2nd May at 8.55am.
Junior Cookery Club
The Junior Cookery Club is helping the children to learn how to cook and also about a healthy lifestyle. They look like they are having lots of fun too.
World Book Day
The staff and children looked fabulous dressed as their favourite character for World Book Day.
Here are the winners.
When you are next in school, take a look at the officeTV to see the rest of the children and staff.
Red Nose Day
The school looked like a sea of red for Comic Relief as we all wore red clothes along with noses and various other merchandise and we raised a fantastic £418.46. Well done to everyone.
Take a look at our assembly.
On the 21st February Mrs Bielec, Mme Jefferson, Miss Clarke, Miss Mooney, Mrs Mitchell and Mrs Hesk held a French workshop to inform parents about how French is talked in school and how the Erasmus French exchange has impacted school. Children from year 6 were on hand to help, teachers from other schools attended and children and parents took part in French games and activities after a short informative presentation.
Shakey's Got Talent
It was another year of amazing talent from our pupils who showed what they were made of in the annual Shakey’s Got Talent show.
Sixteen acts were whittled down to a semi-final to find eight finalists for the ultimate show at the school. They showcased singing, playing musical instruments, acting and dancing in the event which is now in its eighth year. They performed in front of a panel of judges – former Shakespeare Primary School headteacher Margaret Lund on behalf of Fleetwood Rotary Club, former pupil and actor Ryan Wilkinson, Fleetwood Town FC mascot Captain Cod and Jason Sharpe, the club’s senior sports development officer.
The judges said that the talent just gets better every year. The youngsters looked and sounded incredibly professional and some well planned outfits – even a tuxedo! – added a touch of glamour to the competition. The winner was Millie, who sang Part of Your World from the Little Mermaid. Runner-up was Gracie-Mae who sang The Climb by Miley Cyrus, and in third place were White Lions, who comprised Asa on drums, Kelbie on guitar and Jack singing Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes. These acts will now be invited to enter the ‘M’ Factor at Millfield High School in Thornton later in the year.
The competition is to raise awareness of anti-bullying.
On Tuesday 31st January we were visited by Spellbinder with an interactive storytelling performance.
Thank you to the Friends of Shakespeare for funding this visit.
The KS1 children were entertained with fantasies and fairy tales and KS2 children with myths and legends.
Have a look at the fun they had.
Earlier this month Fleetwood High School held a talent spotting competition and primary schools were invited to enter.
With the vast amount of talent we have at Shakespeare, it is no surprise that Taylor from year 5 won the primary section singing Electicity from the musical Billy Elliot. In addition to getting the top spot, Millie and Georgina from year 6 picked up second prize with their version of A Thousand Miles from The Twilight Saga.
Take a look at Taylor and his winning performance.
Wild Nature Club
Wild nature Club have been having a wild time in our Outdoor Area, CLICK HERE to have a look at all the fun things we have been doing!
Miss Clarke and Miss Mooney had an absolutely fantastic learning experience in France. They have both learnt so much about the French language and how to teach it effectively in school. During the trip to Carcassonne Miss Mooney and Miss Clarke took part in lots of cultural activities and language lessons at the local college. This trip has also given the school opportunity to link with a school just outside of Toulouse in Lanta. Miss Mooney and Miss Clarke spent a day at the primary school visiting different classes and teaching. Miss Mooney had a great time sharing ‘Pete the Cat’ with the Nursery and Reception classes. Miss Clarke also gave a presentation of Shakespeare School to a selection of the junior classes. We are excited about our link with France and hope to continue to share ideas and projects.
Have Your Say
Lancashire County Council are responsible for providing childrens' public health services. Including Health Visiting and School Nursing Services.
They would welcome your views about these services.
To view the details CLICK HERE
Clare says "Stay Safe On-line"
Click on the picture below for tips on staying safe on-line.
Shakespeare Primary School
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:-