To all our families that will be celebrating Eid- Happy Eid al-Fitr! Enjoy your family celebrations and we will see you Tuesday. Best wishes from all the staff and children. ? ??
Well done to Year 6, Mrs Waddington and Mr Nixon for solving Einstein’s riddle ? 40 minutes of brain busting- true perseverance! #wowweek #mathsweek #somuchfun #weloveachallenge
Year 3 had a fantastic morning creating rotational patterns.
What a great afternoon at Gisburn Road School! All across the school, we’ve been hosting an exciting maths fair. Children from reception to year 6 have been testing their maths skills with the help of their grown ups. A massive thank you to all the grown ups when came in today and made this possible.…
Year 6 made some story books to share with Reception. It was so sweet to see them reading to them and asking and answering questions. The bonds they have developed this year have been amazing. They are really going to miss each other when Year 6 go to high school? #gardenersandseeds #nurture #sharing #caring #welovebooks
After a highly productive day at the allotment before half term our green fingered children and helpers got our school allotment looking in tip top shape. We are now appealing to all our wonderful Gisburn Road family to help keep it that way. Whether your a budding Gardner or just have a spare hour now…
Having great fun and pracising our maths skills. Today’s maths trail morning was one of the activities that we have completed as part of our whole school maths week.
The great paper aeroplane competition with Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 all working together. How far could you make a paper aeroplane fly? An activity part of our maths week at Gisburn Road.
Year 3 have had a magical maths morning! We did outside maths, measuring the MUGA and testing our speeds. We surveyed the cars going past our school! Then we headed inside for transformation magic. We turned four puzzle pieces into a T (Oliver found the solution in less than a minute), turned two circles into…
Year 5 had a super time on their maths trail. We surveyed cars, chalked calculations, measured area and perimeter and worked out the range between the fastest and slowest runner!