This week we have been impressed by how many children have taken what they have been doing and learning at school and have continued to develop and improve their skills at home. We have seen lots of impressive reading, writing and maths as well as excitement and lots of talking about how they love learning
Our reception children wanted to make a film about life at our school. They particularly wanted to tell any new children who are coming to our school, what life is like at Bricknell. We hope that you and your children enjoy their film.
We are pleased to announce that Bricknell Primary School is now linked with Obez Memorial School in Freetown, Sierra Leone, as part of our work with the Global Schools Partnership. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about life and education in another part of the world and we have already received letters from all
We had a great time putting together our Christmas Productions. We hope that you enjoyed them. Have a look at our photos below...
Thank you to everyone who helped to organise our amazing Christmas Fayre this year, and to everyone who ran stalls or came to support the event. What a lovely atmosphere. Take a look at some of the photos below.
Year 5 pupils have been working on the school website this week and created several films and interviews as well as taking hundreds of photographs. Katie decided to interview Coach Kelsey and ask him a little more about PE.
Foundation Stage is where children can make their dreams come true, believe in magic and follow their hearts. We took these pictures to show you what fun activities they do. We made it into a video and added music that fitted in with the pictures. We took the photographs of the children drawing, painting, playing
On Friday, we came to school dressed as book characters. Check out some of our costumes.
For the last two days we have been creating content for the school website. We have been using green screen technology, digital audio recorders, i-Pads, and HD video cameras. On Monday, Year 5 had a Greek day and were given the opportunity to come to school dressed up in Greek costume. We were given a
On Friday 25th October we will be inviting visitors to come into school and view our 80th Birthday exhibition. Pupils have been working very hard for the past few weeks collecting together information, taking photographs and interviewing ex-pupils. The exhibition will be open from 1:30pm until 3:30pm. All welcome. We would also like to thank