Children in Need - 17th November 2017
To help celebrate Children in Need 2017, Albert Pye and Ravensmere parents were invited to join their children for a Maths share morning. Children and parents worked together to solve a range of Pudsey Problems.
Year 6 pupils calculated the volume of beans needed to fill a paddling pool. At the end of the day the estimations were answered and Mr Lowman was brave enough to get into the paddling pool too.
Responses to the event show that parents enjoyed coming into school to do maths activities with their children. Several commented that they found it eye opening to see the skills the children are learning. They also thought it was a great interactive way to encourage the children to learn.
Family Scrap Challenge - March 2017
On Wednesday 22nd March the Albert Pye held a family scrap challenge, giving children and parents a chance to work alongside local artist, Claire Meade.
The idea was to make either a monster or machine using scrap materials.
We had some fantastic and creative designs produced.
Many thanks to all who got involved!
World Book Day - March 2017
At the beginning of March both Schools took part in World Book Day.
We had some fantastic and inventive costumes and even the staff joined in on the fun!
Well done and thank you to everyone who took part.
Roadworks Safety Assembly - February 2017
Dominique Noel (National Grid) and Gary Tidman (Triio) came into Albert Pye Primary School on Monday to speak in assembly.
They brought signage and fencing to show the children and gave a safety talk about the National grid/Triio work that is currently going on around the school area.
Thanks to both organisations for offering their support to the school.
Children in Need 18/11/2016
On Friday 18th November both schools took part in various events to help raise money for Children in Need!
Lots of the children took part in our Spotacular Non-Uniform day and we were so pleased with the amount of parents that managed to attend our Children in Need Maths Share Mornings at both Albert Pye and Ravensmere!
Thank you to everyone who got involved!