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Hi. Welcome to the blog for Leven Primary School. This space is for the staff and children at the school to create a log of what they've been getting up to. Use the numbers at the bottom of the page to see previous posts, and keep checking back for regular updates.

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SYMMETRY

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We have been taking photos that show vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry. Can you spot them?
25th Nov 2010, 18:11   comments (15)

THE ALTLANTICS AT LEVEN

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11th Nov 2010, 17:13   comments (4)

THE ATLANTICS AT LEVEN

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11th Nov 2010, 16:47   comments (4)

THE ATLANTICS AT LEVEN

Thank you to the Atlantics who gave us a fantastic afternoon of Rock and Roll music.
11th Nov 2010, 16:30   comments (4)

MATHS OUTSIDE

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We went to the church and used our maths skills to work out how many stones were in the walls and how many slates were on the roof.
8th Nov 2010, 10:20   comments (3)

Christian Aid visit

On Thursday 21st October we were lucky to have Steph and Jill from Christian Aid visiting us. They did a whole school assembly on the problems that children and families face in getting water in Bangladesh and talked a little bit on how Christian Aid are helping these families. Then they worked in each KS2 class on an activity to try to make the children understand how hard it can be to survive in India if there hasn't been any rain for a long time. The children were divided into 'families' and had to make paper bags from newspapers. The children had 20 minutes to make as many paper bags as they could and for each 10 they made they earned a rupee. Most families only managed to earn 2 rupees in the 20 minutes. We then worked out how much we would earn in an hour, and if we worked for 10 hours a day how much we would earn in a week. Steph explained to the children what the living costs were in India and it soon became obvious that not all the family would survive. The children really enjoyed the task, and we had some great team work going on, but I think they got the message that if they were doing this for 10 hours a day it wouldn't be fun for very long! It really gave the children a taste on how life is very different in some countries around the world and how lucky we are. Many thanks to Steph and Jill who gave us their time, and also to the parents who were in school that day as we couldn't have made the bags without you - they were trickier than you would think!
22nd Oct 2010, 11:32   comments (2)

FOOTBALL

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Well done to our football team. They won 7-0 and 2-0.

Also well done to George who is now goalkeeper for the East Riding.
4th Oct 2010, 12:41   comments (12)

BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Key Stage 2 visited Bridlington and Flamborough as part of their Geography studies of the coast.

4th Oct 2010, 12:37   comments (32)