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Green- minded youngsters have been leading the way in composting waste fruit at their school. A competition to design a poster encouraging their classmates to put their waste fruit in the fruit bins was organised as part of National composting week by Burlish Park Primary eco committee members Claire Baldwin 11 and 10 year old Ella Rose of year six.
3:09pm Monday 16th June 2008
Every Thursday four senior members of our local community come into school to hear children read. They have some lunch with Year Three pupils and then help children in Key Stage One with their reading. At the end of the day they are given the opportunity to use our newly refurbished computer suite and, if required, participate in some training led by Mr C Heamus our ICT technician.
2:53pm Monday 16th June 2008
On May 14th Year 4 had a visit from two Indian teachers, their names were Dr. Bhavani Shankar (Head teacher) and Mrs Siverama Krishnan (Design and Technology Co- ordinator). They are teachers in a school in Chettinad Vidyasram We sat in a semi circle in our seats and were all ready to start and the first question was asked by Lucy "What age do the children start school and what age do they leave.?" The answer was amazing! Dr B said they start school at the age of two and a half and finish school when they are eighteen. There are 8,500 children in the school and 400 teachers!
2:44pm Monday 16th June 2008
Year 3 pupils were recently visited by Inga Hothuthl, a teacher from Germany. The children were fascinated to learn about her life in Germany and had devised lots of questions to ask. As well as answering questions Inga also showed pictures of Germany and taught the children about German towns, language and inventions. The children were particularly interested to find out that Kinder eggs came from Germany.
2:18pm Tuesday 13th May 2008
Year three pupils recently received a personal invite to visit Mr Derek Walker's spetacular cottage garden and woodland walk at Astley, Stourport. The garden attracts more than 1,000 visitors each year so our pupils were very privileged to be given a private showing. As a follow up to our visit pupils wrote to thank Mr Walker for his hospitality.
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