Peel Clothworkers' School

'Enjoyable Learning for Life'

What we've been up to…

Welcome to our school blog. Check out the posts below to find out what we've been up to recently.

QR Code Phonics
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Year One is a crucial time for children's reading and phonic fluency development. Children have the ability to direct their own learning with different interactive phonics activities around the classroom. The children scan a QR code which takes them to their chosen phonics game.

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Peel Clothworkers' Christmas Tree
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One of the members of Mr Molyneux's film making club, Jet Buchan, used his new found skills to independently create this fantastic video description of our tree at the Airport. The whole school participated in making the scenes, figures, or structure over the last month and many thanks to Mrs Bucha…

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Mixing Colours in Year 1
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We have been using primary colours with white and black to paint local Manx animals. The children have been mixing their own colours to create colours and have been trying to avoid mixing everything together to make brown!

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2M Stay and Learn
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2M had some special visitors today during our stay and learn! Baby bear and Owl came to share their story about their adventure to the moon. The children pretended they were baby bear and worked with their grown ups to write a letter back from the moon. They tried to include lots of features of let…

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Pudsey Bear!
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Mrs Jackson came in form Barclays with Pudsey Bear to raise awareness of Children in Need this coming friday!

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Cathedral Music Workshop
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Last half term Class 4F went down to the Cathedral for a music workshop led by Ruth Keggin-Gell. The children learned some manx songs, along with some actions and dance moves! It was really interactive and great fun. Here is a clip of the class creating a musical rainstorm.

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