Silver Birch Class parents are invited on Thursday 28th March to see their child's work at 2.50pm. Please come in via the classroom doors.
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You are invited to a Learning Showcase in your child’s class which will give you the opportunity to view your child’s school books and see what they learnt last term.
Below are the dates and times of these briefings.
Maple Thursday 10th January 2.45pm – 3.15pm
Silver Birch Friday 11th January 2.45pm – 3.15pm
Chestnut Monday 14th January 9.00am – 9.30am
Hazel Wednesday 16th January 2.45pm – 3.15pm
Oak Thursday 17th January 2.45pm – 3.15pm
Beech Friday 18th January 2.45pm – 3.15pm
You are invited to a briefing in your child’s new class which will give you information about what your child will be learning, the structure of their week and will also give you an opportunity to ask your child’s new teacher any questions.
Please click here for the dates and times of these briefings.
On Friday 22nd June, Oak and Silver Birch classes will be visiting The Aquarium and the beach in Weston-Super- Mare, to support our creative curriculum theme ‘By the Seaside’. We will leave Neston at 9am so please ensure you are at school for registration for 8.45am. We will arrive back at Neston for 3.15.
Please click here for further details.
The local Fire Service will be coming into school to talk to the children about fire safety on Thursday 22nd February
Silver Birch's class assembly will be held on Tuesday 11th July at 9.10am in the school hall.
Silver Birch's Meet the Teacher will be held on Monday 3rd July with Mrs Pillinger at 2.45pm
Parents are warmly welcomed to a Year 2 SATs briefing with Mr Howe at 2.45pm on Thursday 11th May in the school hall.
Silver Birch's parent's evening will be held on Monday 22nd and Thursday 25th May - Further details to follow
Please note that Year 2 SATs (Silver Birch) will be week commencing 15th May 2017
On the afternoon of Thursday 6th October, Silver Birch set a dragon trap in the grounds of the school (read our previous blog post - Dragon Watching)
By Friday morning the area was cordoned off by Police tape and there were scratch marks on the shed, scorch marks on the grass and two silver eggs left in the trap.
The secret camera was destroyed by the dragon's flames but thankfully, the memory card remained in good condition and we were able to get this amazing video!
Younger viewers may find the video a bit scary!
As all good dragon-watchers know, you need your own equipment so we made telescopes and then grabbed our coats and headed outside.
We were surprised at just how many we saw roaming the grounds of Neston School. After that, we went near the edge of the woods to set a trap. We knew we wanted to build a wall and hopefully catch a small dragon. The children suggested that we use the leftover wood from the mirror maze as it already had some small walls made from wood. The children showed fantastic teamwork by collecting sticks, stones and one of them even made a pile of food to attract the dragons.