To round up our French Food topic, Y3 had a great time making healthy smoothies during their French lesson yesterday. Then we made some gentle/ scary fishes to follow the French tradition. Paper fishes are used to play an April Fools trick, involving sticking a paper fish onto the back of as many adults as possible, then running away yelling “Poisson d’Avril” (April Fish!).
Very many congratulations to our 12 Middleton Poetry-by-Heart Winners. This has become a well-established Middleton tradition and the standard of the performance this year was amazing. Well done to all the children who learned a poem by heart. Our aim is that every Middleton pupil leaves us in Y6 knowing at least six poems by heart.
Middleton Primary and Nursery School is proud of our community spirit across the City and this Big Tent project is intended to celebrate Nottingham’s richly diverse population. We were invited to contribute a 900mm x 900mm panel to the Nottingham Big Tent that will be on display from Summer Term 2017. Our wonderful patchwork was made by our RRSA pupils and was delivered to the College Street Centre for Performing Arts. As soon as we will be informed of the location of the exhibition,we will let you know. In the meantime, please have a look at these pictures.
Look at our beautiful bamboos!