Pupils at Cockwood School took part in a fundraising house event at the Bear Trail.
The task was to get around the course in the quickest time, with house points being awarded at the end. A brilliant day was had by all and we look forward to seeing how much the children have raised for the PFA. (more…)
Budding business tycoons are preparing to launch into their second year of profit. The brand of mouthwatering chutney will be available to purchase at the annual Cockwood School Farmers’ Market on Cockwood Village Green.
Pupils at the tiny Cockwood School have been involved in choosing the flavours, creating packaging, pricing and production of their Harbourside Chutney range of homemade condiments.
Throughout our topic learning this year, the children in Class 3 have been learning about seasonal changes and the weather. We have had a fantastic time being rain collectors, making weather dials and most recently becoming weather reporters!
To prepare for our performances, we looked at weather reports from the news and discussed what the different symbols mean, whilst improving our knowledge of compass directions and parts of the UK. From this, we were able to create our own weather reports using weather words and directional language. (more…)
Before Christmas, the children in Class 3 were treated to a trip to Pennywell Farm. The whole class enjoyed a special day of festivities including watching and taking part in a nativity with real animals, making cards, petting the animals and being able to have a chat with Santa!
The children absolutely loved this day, and we couldn’t have been more proud of their behaviour throughout. A real highlight was meeting Santa, where every child received a present and spoke to him about their Christmas wish lists.
This really was a special day for both the children and adults. A big thank you to the PFA for their contributions towards this fantastic trip. Have a look at our pictures from the day to see a glimpse of our Pennywell activities. (more…)
The children in Class 3 celebrated Halloween in style; designing pumpkins and reading the Julia Donaldson book ‘Room on the Broom’ to get in the Halloween mood!
All the children helped to hollow out the pumpkins, and see what the inside of a pumpkin looks like. Then they created their own pumpkin designs, which were put together to make the ultimate pumpkin! The adults carved the designs, and at the end of the day candles were lit inside them so we could see them lit up. The children were so proud of them they asked for them to be presented to the parents on our windowsill!
Alongside this, the children had a wonderful time making their own wands, cat and dog masks and brooms from the book ‘Room on the Broom’. The children really engaged with this book, and it is a super addition to our Julia Donaldson collection. (more…)