Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

Fruit Printing by Beech Class

We used a combination of screen printing and etching to create our designs based on tropical fruit to link with our work on the Amazon rainforest.

World Book Day

We had a wonderful time celebrating World Book Day. There were some amazing costumes and it was lovely to see them all!

Mass Investigation

Beech Class had a go at doing a mass investigation this week in Maths.

Blackpool Sea Life Centre

Chestnut had a wonderful trip to Blackpool Sea Life Centre working on our whole school theme of ‘Life on the Ocean Waves’.

Delayed Children in Need Day

Because our Covid outbreak got in the way in November, we are having a wacky hair and pyjama day with a cake sale on Friday 4th February.

Chestnut and Oak lunch

Last Day Rounders

Beech Waterfight

Home Learning

Hi Beech, Class,

Hope you are all OK and are pleased to see that Mrs Brough has managed to rebook the trip for a few weeks’ time! That’s some good news after a bit of a rubbish end to the week.

I will put some information on next week about home learning, and talk to you all about it in our Zoom on Monday – 10AM. In the meantime, don’t forget, reading, Rockstars, spellings and learning journeys. That should keep you all busy for the first part of the morning. It’s also an ideal time to tidy your rooms, help out at home and learn a new skill – making a cup of tea, a simple meal etc.

As you are all isolating and can’t go anywhere, you can think of fun ways to keep fit in the house or garden – there are lots of Joe Wicks you can still do, or on a nicer day, you could set up a circuit in the garden to do. If you have any good pictures, don’t forget to send them!

I’ll speak to you all on Monday.

Have a nice weekend

Mrs Starr

Conserving Water

Oak and Chestnut class have been busy this afternoon (16th April) learning about conserving water and why water is so important to our planet. Their challenge was to work as a team to move as much water from one container to another container using only a spoon. The challenge was trying to conserve as much as possible!