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Bikeability Level 2 – Day 4 The final day of Bikeabilty saw Class 3 turning right into a side road and practicing all other skills learnt. Congratulations – everyone who completed the course passed. Well done!
Bikeability Day 3 (Level 2 continued) Today we learnt to: • Perform a bike check before starting our skills. A – Air B – Brakes C – Chain D – Drop • Pass a side road • Turn left in to a minor road • Turn left in to a major road
Today on our first day of Level 2 Bikeability, Class 3 learnt about: • Primary and Secondary positioning in the road • Passing a parked vehicle • Making a u Turn We are looking forward to tomorrow, learning more skills and hoping we have good weather.
24th September 2019 Bikeability Level 1. Today Class 3 braved the rain to take part in Bikeability Level 1. They learnt to: • Carry out the M check (Bike Safety check)before cycling • Make checks to safely move from the pavement on to the road • Keep control of a bike by weaving in and out of cones • Make over the shoulder checks and be able to signal and stop safely • Perform an emergency stop By the end of the 2-hour course everyone had passed. Well done!
Year 5 working on an advertising campaign for liquid soap during their English lesson.
Budding architects using a Computer Aided Design Package
The Big Debate!
Class 3 enjoying their topic of Ancient Britain by making pots in the style of the Beaker people, although they used clay instead of copper!
Class 3 Remembrance Plaques Remembering those who gave their lives for us.
Celebrating European Day of Languages Today Class 3 enjoyed a visit from Madam Ward (Head of Modern Foreign Languages at Leyland St Mary’s High School, Leyland). The focus was to look at the importance of learning a foreign language and how it develops our British Values of tolerance, respect and understanding. The children really enjoyed speaking, reading and writing French and making a model of the Eiffel Tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows. Thank you Madam Ward what a great start to a Tuesday.