Week Beginning 11th May 2018
Thank you to all the parents who attended our last open event on Friday morning. The comments the children received about their mini garden homework projects were fantastic, with many saying that it had been the best project that they had done this year.
Wow! The results of our 'Run To Read' Marsden Marathon were truly outstanding. The children, even those with a broken arm, kept going to try and raise as much money as possible. We are all very proud of them and look forward to being able to use the money raised to support the school with new reading books.
Week Beginning 8th January 2018
Hope you all had a lovely Christmas. Class 3 have started the new year full of energy as was seen in their Born To Move session on Thursday morning. In fact some of them were that enthusiastic we weren't that sure if they were relaxing or had just fallen asleep during the cool down at the end of the lesson.
In Science we worked in groups to test the friction between different surfaces. We set up a ramp and ran a car down it onto grass, rubber, concrete, gravel, wood and carpet. We had to record on which surface the car travelled the furthest (least friction) and the shortest (most friction).
Well done to Amelia for winning the Pick Up You Litter poster competition organised by our Junior Leadership Team.
Week Beginning 11th December
Let the festivity begin as we came to school in our best Christmas jumpers and outfits on Friday 13th December.
Week Beginning 6th November
On Friday 10th November, Marsden Junior School gathered around the War Memorial in the park to remember all of those men and women who have lost their lives during the many conflicts that our country has been involved in.
Week Beginning 30th October
Journey To Ancient Pompeii
This week Class 3 had a new teacher called Octavia. She is a Roman citizen of Pompeii and came to give the children a tour of her beautiful city. On their first day the children visited the bustling market square and worked alongside the stall holders discovering what goods they could buy. When Octavia returned on day 2 she took the children from the market, through the streets of Pompeii and across the bridge to the harbour.
On arrival at the harbour the children worked in groups to become the fisherman untangling their catch from the nets or as sailors unloading goods from the ships.
Week Beginning 16th October
This Friday we had a visitor to class. Conner brought his pygmy hedgehog, Mr Tiggy, into school. He is absolutely gorgeous and can't wait until his next visit.
Week Beginning 2nd October
This week the children have written some amazing Rainbow simile poems.
Red as planet Mars floating there lonely in space (by Stanley)
Orange like hot fire bursting out of a volcano (Lola W)
Yellow like shimmering gold hiding in the ground (Bailey)
Green as a frog on a miserable horrid day (Cassie)
- Blue as a beautiful dolphin in the dark ocean (Tilly)
Indigo as a big plum fattening on a tree (Leo)
Violet like sheet lightening spreading across the sky (Cade)
Week Beginning 25th September
On Tuesday we put on our wellingtons, but no waterproofs as the sun was shining, and headed out into the garden. Our task was to move the bark chippings to repair our paths.