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Dr. Kershaw's Colour Blast
Mrs Collinson and our Head Boy and Head Girl, Frankie and Neve, recently took part in a 'Colour Blast' event to help raise money for the local charity, Dr. Kershaw's Hospice. They had a great afternoon with lots of smiles!
British Science Week 2018
Throughout the school, the children fully immersed themselves in British Science Week 2018.
In Year 1, they explored 4 different habitats (pond, forest, desert and under the sea). The children were split into teams and given a basket of animals each, they then had to work together to put the right animal in the right habitat.
In Year 3/4, they were exploring hygiene and discovering the dirtiest place in the school. They used a 'control' piece of bread with nothing done to it, a piece of bread passed around with dirty hands, another passed around with washed hands and then the final piece which had been swabbed with bacteria from various places around the school. They then made daily observations to see which piece grows the most mould.
In Year 6, the children had a competition to build the most durable bridge made out of paper. They were given 5 pieces of paper and some sellotape and had 8 minutes to build their structure. They were then tested to see how much weight they could hold.
Juan Mata Visit
In preparation for World Book Day, the children in 5L were extremely lucky to receive a visit from a special guest... World Cup winning footballer, Juan Mata. The Manchester United and Spain international donated some Spanish books to the school and also read aloud to the children as well as listening to the children read in Spanish too.
Juan also posed for a number of photographs with the children and staff and signed many autographs too!
World Book Day 2018
Due to the 'Beast from the East', our World Book Day was not able to go ahead as planned on the 1st March. However, this did not stop the children and staff at Royton Hall! It may have been a week later, but the children still made a huge effort in dressing up as their favourite book character. They were also treated to a teacher from a different year group reading a story to them.
Royton Hall sing their hearts out at Young Voices!
Our FANTASTIC SINGERS wowed the Manchester Arena with their brilliant voices and outstanding choreography. Thanks so much for everyone who showed their support. Check out all the pictures on the 'Young Voices' page!
'Actions have Consequences Day' at Royton Hall!
Royton Hall was delighted to welcome the Prison Service and the Community Police team. During the day, the teams worked tirelessly to a provide engaging, thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable experience for both children and staff. The animals even got a look-in; with Charlie the sniffer dog and Maxwell from the mounted police division making an appearance!
Royton Hall on Display
We support and celebrate pupil's work through display across subjects and year groups. Here are some examples of how we celebrate our work.
ROYTON HALL SING FOR THEIR SUPPER!
The Royton Hall Choir were invited to Bidvest on Salmon Fields to spread some Christmas joy! The children were impeccably behaved and represented themselves, their families and their school excellently. Thanks to all the staff at Bidvest for such a warm welcome!