Today, Friday the 6th, RD had their last class assembly before they venture off into the world of year one.They talked about all of their memories through the year such as: hatching ducklings , learning about dinosaurs and doing lots of fun things.The five duckling had been called Dexter, Flower,Booboo, Deggy and Josh. They even did art around they ducklings which they showed in the assembly. After that, the audience, including their parents, learnt about all of the great school trips they had been on through out the year. These included; the Rainbow Factory and Thornton Hall Farm. From the sound of it they duly enjoyed both of their visits.
To finish the fabulous assembly they talked about what they want to be when they grow up and they showed a slide show of pictures from what they had been up to throughout the year which you can watch below along with the video of the assembly.
By Emily Mae
Today was RD’s class assembly where we learnt about what they have done these last couple of months and the books they have read. At first, they talked about the brilliant way Reception Class have learnt how to spell all their sounds and letters; a girl even held up some letter cards while the class showed the audience how they remembered them all. On the other side of the hall, a boy went to write a few words they had discovered on their journey through reception.
The children began to talk about the book they had been reading over the past few weeks called Harry And The Dinosaur, which they had really enjoyed learning about. Even children dressed up in multi-coloured dinosaur costumes! One day, Harry went into his attic and discovered a bucket full of toy dinosaurs, which he imagined in his head were real. He went with his mum on holiday but suddenly he began to forget about his bucket full of dinosaurs, leaving the dinosaurs sad and upset. When he arrived home, he started to remember his dinosaurs.
It was a fantastic assembly and they all did a great job! Well done RD!
Emily-Mae and Taylor
RD assembly from Blakehill School on Vimeo.
This week we welcomed more Reception Pupils to our Blakehill Family. Take a look at the picture below to see what a great time they have had.
This afternoon we had our live final of Blakehill;s Got Talent and what a fantastic show it was. Below are the videos of all the entries. Class have been voting and the winner will be announced tomorrow morning! Good Luck to everyone involved, you are all winners in my eyes!
At the end of the show the staff also put on a special performance too…
After days upon months it is time for reception to say goodbye to their wonderful time in RD. Today the cute, small but knowledgeable children put on a fantastic last assembly of the year.They all were so good when they delivered their lines and were so sensible sitting. They definitely put a smile on everyone’s faces. They also told us what they would like to be, which was the cutest thing ever! At the end they did a slideshow of all their favourite memories. Well done RD!
This also Emily’s last blog as she is leaving and going to high school! Good Luck Emily!
Emily and Emily-Mae
This week everyone in Blakehill got the chance to audition for our popular show Blakehill’s Got Talent. This show will take place on the 20th July on the last week of term. After all the talent the teachers saw, they counted up the votes that the pupils had written down. Eventually they were counted up and that brought it down to one act per class.
These are the contestants of Blakehill Got Talent 2017,
- RD- Lacey- Gymnastics
- RG- Frank, Frazer- Jokes
- 1W – Zach and friends- Dancing
- IP- Mollie, Layla, Megan and Scarlett- Dancing
- 2S- Lily-Mae -Old Mcdonald
- 2P- Eleanor- Ballet
- 3R- Duggy-Rap
- 3P- Jessica- Dancing
- 4L- Ethan and Daniel- Comedy
- 4LO- Rees- Playing Guitar
- 5H- Elliot- Singing
- 5R- The Boyz: Subhan, Steven,Joe, Jake and George- Mixed Dance
- 6S- Ruby-Singing
- 6R- Abu- Car noises
There are all of the contestants for the show. We can’t wait to see these amazing, talented pupils perform. Well Done to everyone who auditioned and got through! Good Job! 🙂
On Tuesday the 7th of June, Reception class visited a fantastic day out at Thornton Hall farm! The class Teacher quoted “We had an amazing day!”. They got to have a trip in a tractor all around the farm they saw sheep, cows and dear. Could you believe it they also got to feed the lambs and calves with milk from a bottle! They held a kit (a baby rabbit) and guinea pigs, stroked the chicks, goats, lambs and ducklings! Then they had their lunch, which they brought from home, or was provided by the school. After lunch, they went egg collecting and went to see the horses and piglet. Then, they stroked cocoa the pony. When they had finished that, they all had ice-cream and played on the slides. They had a very busy day!
By Alex and Adam
On Tuesday 16th May, weather permitting, Reception, Years 1 and 2, will be holding their Sports Day at 1:45 PM.
Year 3 and 4 is on Wednesday 17th May, weather permitting.
Year 5 and 6 is on Thursday 18th May, weather permitting.
You can come and watch your child by going through the gate on Doctor Hill.
For Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 your child may come to school wearing their house colour and suitable sports clothing. However, Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 your child should be sent to school in their normal uniform and bring their sports clothes to change into.
On the day, please make sure that any younger children/toddlers are kept off of the race track where Sports Day is taking place as we don’t want them to get hurt.
And please do not give your children snacks in the afternoon because we don’t want to distract them from the events.
If it is a warm day please send your child to school with a bottle of water and a sun hat and please make sure to put sun cream on your child if necessary.
By Adam and Alex
This morning Reception class had a shock! As if by magic , while they were playing outside having fun a certain person called. A tiny little elf, who was called Steve, dialled on Skype and whispered ‘If you sing a song, a special person will come!’so they sang a traditional carol. On the count of three they sang Jingle bells and they sounded lovely and in no time at all Santa himself appeared on the screen. I’m sure Santa loved it but he did not like what was next… Mr Lowe,our Year 4 teacher, deafen them with his singing of When Santa came down the chimney but with the wrong words! I do not know why they did not take cover. He sang Although he said,’I sang beautifully ‘ we all knew he was very, very, very wrong.
Soon enough,Steve had enough and Mr Lowe was quite so Santa spoke to the children, telling them how hard they had been working and some children even got a special mention! All the children loved it and are super excited from Chirstmas now!
Written by Emily Mae
Today, the whole of Reception did their assembly all about what they wanted to be when they are older. We have a lot of budding professional footballers as well as doctors, nurses, policemen and women and beauticians. It was great to see all the children standing up and speaking in front of such a big crowd of parents and carers. Well done reception!