On Friday 8th February , Ernesford Grange girls went head to head with St Thomas More. The atmosphere was intense. The girls were fit and ready to play the second league game away. As the match advanced we pushed up the pitch and the atmosphere grew, our supporters cheered as our striker (Lexie) scored into the top left corner.We were
We have been using our new whiteboard tables in the Y6 intervention area to help us work collaboratively to research and plan our persuasive writing about visiting the Galapagos Islands. We have been learning all about the Galapagos Islands and Evolution as part of our Darwin’s Delights topic.
Some of our class went to the Learning Hub and took part in a silent debate. On each table was a statement and we had to write our opinions about what it said on the whiteboard tables. One table was linked to our current topic and said ‘It’s not the strongest or wisest animals which survive but the animals which
Table tennis was proving so popular with year 5 and 6, that Mr Taylor purchased two new tables for us. As you can see we love playing in our own tournaments at break and lunch times especially when we have the chance to challenge (and beat) our teachers and PE coaches! Table tennis helps us to release some of our
On Friday 25th January, the girls football team had their first league match of the season away at Finham Primary School. The girls started brightly in the first half as they passed the ball around nicely showing no signs of rust in the first league match. Ernesford went a goal up half way through the first half and looked good
On Saturday morning, the boys football team took part in the first round of the David Moore 7-a-side at Allesley Primary School. This was their first game since Christmas and their strict no puddings over Christmas set by the PE team paid off! They were drawn together against Allesley and Keresley Primary who drew 1-1. Ernesford`s first match was against
As part of our topic we have been learning about adaptation and Darwin’s theory of natural selection. During our recent science lesson, we brought this theory to life by carrying out two experiments. Experiment 1. We hung a net up in the classroom and thread strawberry laces through it. Four children were selected to try and gather as many laces