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Ewloe Green Primary School

Always Aiming High – Anelu’n Uchel O Hyd

term 2.5

We learned that there are many ways we can be generous and helpful. Here are some pictures of our performance.  Some of us were very brave and spoke in front of all the children and teachers.  We showed some of our work, as well as sharing what it means to be generous using an acrostic poem.  
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The children took part in a superb class service based on 'being generous'.  We had discussed what it meant to be generous and shared our ideas with other classes in our service.  

Our trip to 'Underwater street'

On the 15th of March we went on a school trip to 'Underwater street' in liverpool.   After a bus journey that seamed to last forever, we arrived to start our day's activities.    
When we arrived the first thing we got to do was make a fridge magnet to take home.  Here we are busy painting our magnets.
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We had lots of fun in the construction area.  We even practised crossing the road safely
We had great fun painting a car, dressing up playing in the role play areas.
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Some of us even gave Mrs Rodgers a much needed make-over!!
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Mmm lunch time!

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In the science area we learned about making bath bombs and got to play in the water area.  Jessica stepped inside a giant bubble.

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In the afternoon we got to meet a real-life scientist.  He needed an assistant and Oscar was happy to help him out with his experiments.  Oscar did an experiment to show us how volcanoes errupt.  
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After all that excitement it was back on the bus for the trip back to school.  We had a fabulous time at Underwater street.  What a busy day!

Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus  -  Happy Saint David's day!

 

Today we have been celebrating our country of Wales.  On this special day we have dressed up in traditional costume or the colours of the Welsh flag.

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Here are some of the children in traditional costume.  Don't they look smart?
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We then got together for a group photograph which included our very own beautiful daffodil.  
The celebrations didn't stop there.  We were very lucky to have a visit from the Pandemonium Theatre company; who delighted us with 'tales from wales'.  We all enjoyed their performance as they acted out traditonal stories from Wales.  Some lucky children were even chosen to join in with the stories.   
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The school cooks even treated use to a Welsh themed feast for lunch.  Delicious leek and potato soup and Welsh dragon meatballs with pasta all followed by tasty Welsh ice cream.  It was yummy!! 
  • Ewloe Green Primary School, Mold Road, Ewloe, Flintshire, CH5 3AU,
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