The Elves have been up to no good!
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The naughty elves have made a mess of the Christmas Tree at PCW over night!
On Wednesday this week, Reception went to visit Western Swimming Pool's new park. The children had a great time playing in the park and then used their money to buy a drink in the cafe. Viv also made extra cookies for the children to take home with them.
Wanting to do more for the Isle of Man Food Bank, Julia Conradie in 6E set up a stall with friend Elana Whitmore to raise money to buy items the food bank particularly needs. She raised £58.80 to buy 294 cans of rice pudding – a much needed item!
In November, the Year 6 classes had a very inspirational visit from Neal Mellon from the Isle of Man Food Bank as part of their unit on Global Citizenship. Motivated to help, the children in 6E wrote a persuasive speech and delivered presentations to classes in Reception to Year 5 to solicit donati…
Although Peel Clothworkers' School is committed to anti-bullying during every week, our online Safeguarding Partners "Safer Schools" are committed this November to educate parents, children and teachers alike to the modern world and how to stay safe in healthy peer relationships. Please go to downl…
Catherine from POC IOM came into Peel Clothworkers' to see our Year 5 & 6 children to discuss race and ethnicity. The children asked and answered questions, they engaged very well with the subject. The children enjoyed the games they played and initiated conversations upon their return to class.
This morning one of our Year 5 classes walked down to marina to look at the operation of the swing bridge across the harbour. Many thanks to the Harbour Master, Mark for his cooperation and help! We are now back to school to start building our models.