Pupil Blog

9th May 2019

Friday, May 10, 2019

Nursery and Year 6

On Wednesday 8th May, Year 6 went to nursery for a treat.  When they went there, the children were really happy. The children played with the Year 6 students for 15 minutes. They played dress up, remote control cars, building blocks and more. The nursery children had a chance to be with older students and hopefully learn from them.  All of the children had a great time and enjoyed it a lot. By Anisa

2nd May 2019

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Year 5 Public Speaking Competition

Our Public Speaking Competition was on Tuesday 30th   April. We had it at Bedford School. Bedford School is a really, really big school.  We were against a different school and there was a lot more schools that performed before us. Actually we were the last school to debate. Oh how in the world can I forget my partners? My partners were Alina and Tanya and me [Jaynell].  Our topic was: There needs to be practical hands on support to protect the mental health and well-being of children. Tanya was the chairperson [the main person.] Alina was the questioner [the person that asks the other team’s questions] and I was the speaker [the person who explains the topic to the audience] we didn’t win but at least we won a pen and a certificate. And Alina won the personality prize.  MAYBE NEXT TIME…  by Jaynell

On Tuesday 30th April, Ayan M, David and myself ( Maariyah) went to a speaking competition with the year 5 team. I was the speaker, David was the chairperson and Ayan M was the questioner. We went to a school called Bedford school and we went there by taxi and came back by walking. I felt excited but nervous at the same time as we sat in these cinema type seats. We sat in the chairs and waited until it was our turn. We were the last group to get chosen. We had to vs Bromham Primary school and we felt very nervous. Then we got to have a break. We had smarties and orange or apple juice for a snack. I had smarties and apple juice. Then we were allowed to go to their playground. I saw my cousin and we played and then we went and we sat in the cinema chairs. We saw medals, a box of pens and the trophy, it looked cool, I was excited. Cauldwell Primary School won the trophy, lucky them. We only got a medal and dictionary. Then we went back to school at 12 o’clock . But we get to go again next year and might win!

By Maariyah

25th April 2019

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Important Information about the Priory App

Dear parents and carers, the Priory Primary App is no longer running so please use the Priory website to keep up to date regularly with all our news and information. You can also see loads of photos about things we do at school on there, so it’s well worth visiting!  Thank you.      By Anisa

KS2 Music Curriculum

In Priory Primary ks2 learn a lot about music, but the groups have now changed for this term, to give us an opportunity to learn various areas of music. Year 4 are learning how to play the recorder. Year 5 are learning about rhythm and year 6 are learning about composers. If your child brings a recorder home, please encourage and allow them to practice, as this is part of the national curriculum.  Thank you.

4th April 2019

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Keep Safe!

We learn a lot in school about different ways to stay safe.  Remember – It’s very important to stay safe from rivers, roads, train tracks and strangers.

Before crossing a road remember STOP, LOOK, LISTEN and THINK!

Make sure not to speak to people you don’t know or trust. You could end up doing the wrong thing or doing something you don’t want to do.

Some people are getting injured by crossing train tracks. Don’t forget to cross a train track when it is a green light not a red light. Train tracks are now being electrified so if you cross it you will get an electric shock and you can get hurt or even die.

Remember not to go in a river especially if you can’t swim. It can lead you to great danger and possible drowning.       By Halima

29th March 2019

Friday, March 29, 2019

Community Cookery Club

Every Thursday afternoon, we run a cookery club for adults. Every week we are joined by a few parents and occasionally have visits from the community worker. Lately they have been cooking macaroni, oat biscuits, samosas and the last yummy items they made were PIZZAS.  Mrs Youngman provides the ingredients needed. The team includes Mrs Youngman, Mrs Pami, Miss Hasna, Miss Polly and Miss Begum. We run this club for parents/carers to help bring the local community together.   Come and join in the fun next term!           By Raadia