We are celebrating Sfantul Nicolae's day (St. Nicholas) which is a Romanian/Eastern European tradition in which children clean their shoes and leave them by the door in the hope that Mos Nicolae (Old Man Nicholas) will leave them small presents.
We've had fantastic festive fun at out Christmas fair with donkey rides, a bouncy castle, chocolate tombola, raffle prizes, exciting stalls and of course a special visitor to Santa's Grotto.
The year 5/6 athletics team performed admirably at the Blackpool South schools indoor athletics qualifier. Performing in numerous different running, jumping and throwing events the team finished 4th overall to qualify for the Blackpool finals in January. Well done to all athletes and keep up with the training for the finals!
Today we celebrated the Grand Opening of our fabulous new toilet facilities for Year 4, 5 & 6. They have been designed using ideas and requests put forward by the children and the ribbon was cut by our pupil leadership team and Mrs Flint who has kept our school clean for over 20 years.
Ho Ho Ho! The Learning Garden crew have given our Christmas Tree a bit of festive sparkle all ready for our Christmas Fair this Thursday.
Science club experimented with an augmented reality app that brings images printed on cards to life with floating 3D objects and animations. They also wired up a circuit and used special glasses that creates a 3D image from a light source. #ScienceisFun #STEM
Coram Life Education are with us this week. Year 6 have been having some good discussions about life choices, peer pressure and the decisions people make with Steven & Harold.
The Resilient Revolutionary School award goes to .... ( dramatic pause) Revoe Learning Academy!!! What an amazing achievement!! We are so proud of all of children and staff. Thank you for all your continuous support.
Last week RLA celebrated diversity week with a whole range of activities. Each year group focused on a different country and learnt about their culture and language.
These boys were rocking out to Queen this morning, playing the drums alongside music whilst learning new skills. It was nice to see the boys influencing each other and Reece sharing his techniques.
Our mini police cadets spent the afternoon at Boundary Primary School learning about keeping yourself safe when online with Sgt Claire van Deurs Goss and PCSO's James & Katie. Thanks once again to Blackpool Police for their time with us today.
For diversity week, year 3 are working on their 'ish' art, turning feelings and emotions into a colourful display.