'Heath Hayes Primary School' www.heathhayesprimary.co.uk

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Welcome to our online journal - a window on our world.

'Bringing Learning Alive'

Our vision statement is to Bring Learning Alive and blogging encapsulates our aim to make learning exciting, up to date and fun.

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Our blog was set up, primarily, for children in school to see what others were up to when off-site. However, after only a few weeks of actually getting pictures on the site the possibilities for inspiring learning are becoming apparent.
We'd already established links with two schools in France but we are now exploring the potential of mutual blogs so that our children can comment and interact with international partners. We're receiving pictures from the arctic from one of our parents and the level of interest in geography is rising withouteven trying. The potential is immense.
It might sound like it but we're not anoraks!
and, at the same time, a fantastic educational opportunity.

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These are the cooks who were cooking our food in the Year 5 Restraunt Miam Miam ( in English Yum Yum!)

By Morgan Rooke

Year 6 .
10th Jul 2008, 14:04   comments (2)

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These are the chefs who were cooking our food. Miam! Miam! ( in english yum yum)

10th Jul 2008, 13:59   comments (0)

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This is where the entertainers were entertaining the Year 6 customers in the Year 5 cafe

By Tia Arnott Year 6
10th Jul 2008, 13:53   comments (5)

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Charlotte and her friends are waving the tricolour.

by Charlotte
10th Jul 2008, 13:53   comments (3)

Road Safety

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Learning how to cross roads safely. The numbers on the jackets help us to record who needs to practise different skills - great if you don't know the children's names.

Helps us explore the idea of a Big Brother state - I am not a number; I am a free man with an identity: discuss.

(This sort of discussion comes later when the children are older!)
1st Jul 2008, 10:07   comments (2)

Owl pellets

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In science the children in Year 4 have been examining owl pellets. They had a really good time. Their comments will appear here next week.
20th Jun 2008, 15:45   comments (2)


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Still 6 children per canoe, thank goodness!
19th Jun 2008, 15:23   comments (1)


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Just got into canoes. Now looking for Coven crocodiles and Laches sharks.
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