Monthly Archives: December 2015
On Friday Father Christmas made an unexpected stop at Beal Vale. He gave all of the children a present to put under their tree ready for Christmas Day. He couldn’t stay long as he still had lots of children to see and places to visit. Merry Christmas Year 3!
As part of our Christmas activities the children completed a group wildcard challenge focusing on how Norway, Italy, France and Germany prepare for and celebrate Christmas. The children showed good use of B.L.P skills and presented their findings to each other at the end of the session.
On Friday we wore our Christmas Jumpers to support the Text Santa appeal. Thank you to all those families who brought in their £1 donation. Check out the pictures below of Year 3 sporting their stylish jumpers!
On Thursday Oldham’s Road Safety Officer came to visit. We learnt about the different types of crossings and how to cross the road safely.
Beal Vale is full of Christmas spirit today and is raising money for charity at the same time with our Christmas Jumper Day. The children and staff have come to school dressed in Christmas jumpers and as you can see by the picture below, they’re looking fabulous. Thank you to all the parents and families … Continue reading
Here are the videos of our carol singing today. P1290511 from Beal Vale on Vimeo. P1290512 from Beal Vale on Vimeo. P1290513 from Beal Vale on Vimeo.
This morning Year 5 and 6 were helping to spread Christmas cheer by carol singing at Moorside View Residential Home. We have been working hard to learn a number of Christmas songs and traditional carols and it was lovely to get to perform them for such a wonderful audience. Thank you Moorside view for having … Continue reading
As the final lesson of our history topic learning about the Stone Age through to the Iron Age the children made their own villages as part of a wildcard activity. As time progressed from Stone to Bronze to Iron Age people started to live in villages making small communities and relied upon farming to produce their … Continue reading
This week we had a visit from The Hobgoblin Theatre Company who performed their version of Peter Pan. It was fun, interactive and the children and adults thoroughly enjoyed it.