Thursday, 19 June 2014

Gardening Club success

Tonight Mr and Mrs Smith have had a lovely salad using rocket leaves from the Gardening Club garden. The rocket plants are shooting up and need eating! See one of the teachers and you could have a taste too! Well done Gardening Club members and Mrs Lester!

Thursday, 12 June 2014

Year 1 Relay Racing

The children in Year 1 had a very exciting day on 11th June 2014. As part of our activities to mark the visit of the Queen's Commonwealth baton, the children took part in some relay racing themselves!

Queen's Baton Come To Wold


Well Wednesday was the day of glory for Wold Academy, the baton finally came.

We all cheered and screamed as the baton entered our school. The beautiful baton was extrodinary, it was so big that everybody WOWED! It will be a day we will never forget!


Brooke and Grace

The Best Day Ever

As the Tag Rugby players took to the field, the camera crew began to film. After the long rugby game, the Commonwealth dancers and cheerleaders performed their routine on Wold Trafford. As their music blared out of the speakers, year 4 performed outstanding glockenspiel pieces, to then drink refreshing smoothies made by Mrs Rothery and a group of helpers. Their stalls also gave out scrumptious fruit kerbabs and delicious fruit salads. The entire school enjoyed the day.

By Rebecca

Baton day

On the 11th June 2014, the Commonwealth baton came to Wold Academy. As the house captains walked by everyone followed, there  was lots of screaming and flag waving.
After the speeches the dancers and cheerleaders wowed everybody with amazing acts, then Year 5 and 6 with tag rugby. Then Year 4 played the glocks. After that Year 5 did a smoothie bar they also did delicious fruit salad and yummy fruit kebabs. It was the best day ever!

   By Emma

Extravagantic England

Yesterday Wold went England crazy, everywhere you looked there was red and white. The cheerleaders worked their socks off along with the dancers. The Baton, that was as remarkable as a chest of treasure, glisened frantically!There was lots of screaming and shouting going on but still it was a day to remember.

The Queen's Baton

On Wednesday the Queen's baton came to our school. We had lots of things to do. There was dancing, cheerleading, tag rugby and a few more amazing events. Some people even got to hold the baton. It was fabulous! The school got to go on tellie!


Pupil Bloggers

A short while ago, the school council advertised various pupil jobs in the school. One of these jobs was to be a blogger for the school website. There was a lot of interest and the following children were chosen:

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Today, they have written their first blogs about the visit of the Queen's Commonwealth Baton. They have all done brilliantly despite the computer being very awkward! Look out for their posts appearing!
Mrs Everingham

Sunday, 8 June 2014

Buses in F2

We have had such an exciting week in F2.  We have been doing lots of work about buses, including looking at bus timetables, making our own buses, reading a great book called Naughty Bus, buying and selling bus tickets for various prices and singing different songs about buses.  We also found out that Finley's Grandad is a bus driver so we thought of lots of good questions about buses and emailed him.  On Monday we will be finding out the answers to our questions.

On Friday we had a very exciting visit from Stagecoach buses.  They brought a real double decker bus and parked it up at school.  We were all allowed to climb aboard and try out the different seats.  We looked through the windows from upstairs and downstairs and compared the views.  Some of us asked the drivers questions and we all sang "The wheels on the bus" whilst sitting the bus.  One of the drivers even beeped the horn during "The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep".

We have had so much fun learning about buses and our teachers feel very proud of the work we have done.  I wonder which form of transport we will be learning about next!

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Fire Service Visit Wold Academy

Recently children in year 5 had the opportunity to learn how the fire service keep people safe. Everyone had a wonderful experience.