Year 5 had two very interesting visitors on 28/02/2018. Thanks so much to Bea's mum for bringing the lovely creatures into our class.
Year 5 had a workshop (27/02) with Christopher Edge during Book Week 2018.
Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you
Year 5 made 3D shapes during their Maths in Term 2.
Year 6's School trip to The SS Great Britain
Year 6's residential week away 2017 October 9th - 13th
The rain held off for a fantastic Sports Day at Cadbury Heath on Thursday 29th June.
Year 6 children represented the school at Archery in the Festival of Youth Sport on Saturday 10th June.
On Thursday 25th May Cadbury Heath hosted their summer dances in glorious sunshine!
We had a great day out at the SS Great Britain!
We made Easter nest cakes in the classroom, using hot water bottles to melt the chocolate. It was great fun!
Year 5 had fun doing a tie and dye activity on the 30/03.
Children at Cadbury Heath had a wonderful time during World Book Day. As well as dressing up as their favourite book character, children went around the school searching for 'Where's Wally'. Children also completed word searches and hunted for teachers in our very own 'Where's Wally'. Check out the picture gallery which shows all the costumes that the children wore.
Year 4 had a great trip to the Roman Baths in support of our learning on the Romans in Britain. We looked around the museum, tried the water and had several workshops including looking at mosaic patterns, different building methods for Celts and Romans and also we studied Roman clothing.
The Wright brothers were first inspired by flight when their father brought them home a flying spinner from a trip away. We made our own spinners out of paper.
Year 5 made some 3D shapes during their Maths lesson.
Book Week 2016
Year 1 and 2 visited Cadbury Heath Library as part of Book Week
Becci Garrett and her team have been training Year 6 on how to restart a heart if someone goes into cardiac arrest. Year 6 were taught about choking, pressure to chest and the who to contact in an emergency.
Year 6's trip to Osmington in October. Year 6 traveled down to Weymouth for a range of exciting outdoor activities.
Year 4 Had a great time learning how to save life. We are very grateful for Becci Garrett and her team from the RUH Cardiac Training Team.
These photos show our work making papier maché hot air balloons.
In October, Year 4 had a great trip to the Treatment Centre in support of our topic on rivers and water.
Thank you to everyone who donated food for our Harvest Assembly. The donations were taken to a local food bank where they will be distributed to individuals and families who need support at difficult times.
The children found out about different faiths in their classrooms. We had visitors from the Quaker and Baha’i faiths. The children did a range of activities and watched video clips to help them understand different religions. We had a whole school assembly at the end of the day where each class shared something they had been doing in their classrooms.
Despite our first date getting cancelled by the weather we didn't let this defeat us and it held out for our reserve date.
On Friday 24th June we celebrated 'Wrong Trousers Day'. This was an opportunity for children to wear any pair of trousers they liked to school that day, in order to raise money for Bristol Children's Hospital. We raised £164 to donate to the cause.
Photo's from the Year 1 Class trip to Tesco for the 'Farm to Fork Trail'.
On Friday 10th June, the PTA organised a 'street party' to celebrate Her Majesty's 90th Birthday. Everyone bought in a packed lunch and sat together on the field to eat their lunch.
On 08/03/2016 our parents came in to school to gain a better understanding of how math's is being taught in Cadbury Heath Primary School and the changes that have been made to the national curriculum regarding maths.
Using manipulatives to find fractions of a number.
A chance for parents to come in and look at their children's work in school.
Kings Oak Academy presented us with an interactive drum session from Yamaha Music School, demonstrating drum techniques. The children had a wonderful experience and an opportunity for a free taster music lesson on keyboard, drum or guitar.
Year 1 took part in a Fire Safety Workshop. We listened to a story about the danger of playing with matches, had an in-depth look at a fire engine and were taught to 'Stop, drop and roll' in emergency situations involving clothes catching alight.
The children use a ball of play-dough to do different motions to music, which strengthens their fingers. They have to squeeze the dough, ball it, smack and press each finger into it.
The children learn to do dances and drawings for different themes. Write Dance helps children develop their gross and fine motor skills. The children have learnt the dance and drawing for the Volcano theme.
Year 3 went to some workshops were held at the M-Shed. This was in support of their 'Bristol Port and Pirates' topic.
Years 3 and 4 were invited to a Tri-Golf event where they competed against other schools.
We had a wonderful Sports Day this Summer. KS1 had theirs in the morning and KS2 was in the afternoon. It was great to see so many parents supporting the events.
We took part in this charity event to raise money for cancer research. Children took it in turns to run long distance around a track on the school field.
We had a great British Values Day where we studied the separate countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. We also looked at customs and traditions and what makes us distinctly British. The older children looked at democracy and had a debate.
Book Week gave us an exciting opportunity to trial Book Buddies with Years 3 and 6. It was a great success. We will be continuing to share our reading with our Book Buddies in Term 2.
Excited Y6 children dressed up in Yukatas (summer kimonos). They also had a look at some Japanese artifacts.
Y6 children were treated to an amazing Aikido demo by 3 Aikido masters.
Year 4 have created an allotment and are spending all year working on a project called 'From Seed to Plate'. This exciting learning project is aimed at teaching children all about where food comes from and the different ways it can be eaten.
The children had their first play with the new bricks bought for them through the PTA. They used them to make paths, airplanes and bridges. It was very exciting. They had to put all the bricks back into the trolley so that they tessellate!
Year 2 had the opportunity to participate in a fun archery activity.