Year 5 have had a very tiring day! Firstly we went to the Borth-y-gest beach, where we did rock climbing, rock scrambling and had a sandcastle competition. Then this evening we have been on a nighttime walk, listening and observing our surrounding environment. The evening sky was cloudless which gave us an amazing view of the bright, sparkling stars. Bedtime has arrived and we are all looking forward to another fun-filled day at Ledr.
Children throughout school have been making Christmas cards. The Year 6 children have amazed us all with their fantastic artistic skills, combining watercolour, charcoal, pen and paint to create wintry scenes. Friends will be sending out the cards from each class so that you can order cards made by your child to send to family and friends this Christmas. Keep an eye out in your child's school bag for more details.
Year 2 had a visit from the Cheshire Fire Service! They learnt about the differences between fire engines and their services now compared to 1666 when the Great Fire Of London started! We had 31 very excited children. They also got to give the teachers' cars a good wash with the fire hose!
Well done to all our Year 6 children who took part in a full day of first aid training today with a St John's Ambulance trainer. The children focused on how to keep themselves safe and to communicate effectively with others. They also covered topics such as choking, bleeding, poisons, burns and scalds and asthma. Take a look at a few of the photos below. If your child is interested in doing more first aid with St John's Ambulance, they run a Cadets session, which is for children aged 10-17,