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Class News

Welcome back

Tuesday 4th September 2018

Welcome back to a new school year at Allanson Street Primary school.?We are currently in the process of having a new website built for us, that has unfortunately been delayed.??As we are focussing our efforts on this improved version we will not be updating this version as often.??We will inform you as soon as the new website is live and will be ready to share lots of news and pictures (possibly even video) of our children's learning.

Parr Library Visit

Monday 5th March 2018

Today Mrs Calley’s class visited Parr library. We had a great time looking at all the books and reading passages aloud to each other. We had a fun quiz at the end. Mrs Boydell’s class will visit tomorrow and all children will bring home library joining forms to enable them to have their own library card with an adult’s consent.

Book Week 2018 - When I Grow Up

Monday 5th March 2018

This year the whole school focussed on one book, Tim Minchin’s ‘When I Grow Up’. In Year Two, we have been thinking all week about our dreams and ambitions. On Wednesday, we invited any of our lovely parents and relatives into school to talk to us about their own jobs. A huge thanks to Kasia’s mum, Leia’s mum and Aunty, Sadie’s stepdad, Caleb’s mum and John-Jaymes’ Aunty for giving up their afternoon to spend it with us. You have really inspired us and given us lots to think about!

On Friday, we all dressed up as what we would like to be when we grow up. Check out our photo gallery to see our awesome ambitions!


We finished off the week with a visit from Poppy’s Dad and his fire engine and crew. We loved trying on a firefighters helmet and seeing inside the Fire Engine! Big thanks to the crew for spending two days at school showing all classes their fire engine.

Food Worlds!

Monday 5th March 2018

Last half term the children in Year 2 completed a topic all about Healthy Eating. As part of this topic, we studied a brilliant book, called The World of Food. Inside, the author/ photographer had taken pictures of worlds built out of real food. We were that inspired that we decided to build our own food worlds! See the photo gallery for our finished products. We were all very proud of them!

Christmas Crafts Morning

Thursday 21st December 2017

Thank you to our lovely parents and carers who came along to the Christmas Crafts Morning yesterday. All of the children had a lot of fun and were very keen to showcase their creations!

Imagine That Trip

Friday 15th December 2017

Years 1 and 2 had a brilliant time at Imagine That in Liverpool yesterday. We made Christmas decorations, melting snowman biscuits and bath bombs. We watched a Science Show, where Prof. Leon made a volcano explode and Prof. Emma made rocket fuel! All of the children had a great day exploring all the different areas, including the Role Play areas, Construction site and Science rooms. All of the staff were so proud of the excellent behaviour and attitude of all our little stars in Year 2.?

Lights, Camel, Action!

Tuesday 12th December 2017

Wow, what an amazing nativity performance by Years 1 and 2 today!

All of the children in the performance were superstars and have made all of the adults who work with them very proud. This year's Nativity was based on the popular 'Strictly Come Dancing' with our three judges, Donkey, The Innkeeper's Wife and Caesar. We had groups of Camels, Nazareth Townsfolk, Innkeepers, Shepherds and Angels performing,as well as Mary and Joseph of course. A great time was had by all!

Fly me to the Moon

Monday 30th October 2017

Last half term, all of the Year 2 children really enjoyed our topic all about Space. We researched The Space Race between America and Russia in the 1960’s and discovered that American astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. We then thought about modern day astronaut Tim Peake, and what life must have been like for him when he spent 6 months aboard the International Space Station. We finished our topic with a visit from a Spaceman and a Space Day in school. Take a look at our photographs in the gallery!