Monthly Archives: June 2019

Year 1 Chef’s

Children who are taking part in our Healthy Lifestyles project enjoyed spending the morning with Chef Idris.

They learnt two chopping techniques: the claw method and the bridge method.

They enjoyed experimenting each method with different fruits and vegetables.

They prepared fruit and vegetable salads which they enjoyed at home!

Year 1 Team

Change of Date – Year 5 Belvoir Cricket Trust (BCCT) Cricket and Countryside day

Dear Parents and Carers,

 ** CHANGE OF DATE **

Re: Year 5 Belvoir Cricket Trust (BCCT) Cricket and Countryside day

I am delighted to inform you that on Thursday 4th July, the Year 5 children will be going to Belvoir Castle Estate for the Belvoir Cricket Trust (BCCT) Cricket and Countryside day. This trip has been rearranged due to poor weather forcing the facilities to close.

Please ensure your child is in school for 8:25am as we will be leaving school at 8:45am and returning by 3:15pm.

Your child will need a packed lunch and water bottle for the day or alternatively a sandwich bag can be ordered from the school kitchen.  Please let your class teacher know by Tuesday 25th June if your child requires a lunch from school.

For the trip, children will need to be dressed in sportswear (P.E. kit) and bring a jumper and waterproof in case of poor weather (as we will be outside for the whole day). If the weather is warm they will need sun cream and a hat.

Kindest regards,

Mrs Cassidy and Miss Groves

Attendance W/E Friday 14th June 2019

Our attendance this week was 94.6%

Class 8 had the best attendance in school this week.

Classes 3, 7, 11 and 14 had great attendance too.

Classes 11, 12, 14 and 15 were all on time every day.

Mrs Butler

Gardening

Year 4 pupils enjoyed looking after the herbs, tomatoes and potatoes that they planted!

Taking care of the grounds id hard work!

Healthy Eating Week – 5 A Day!

As part of Healthy Eating Week at Milford Academy, Key Stage 2 took on the challenge of eating at least 5 pieces of fruit or vegetables  a day.

At school, pupils ate  fruit at snack time.  We tried to eat a wide variety over the week.

Do you like raspberries, strawberries, apple,  melon, rhubarb or pineapple?

Keep up the challenge Milford!

Mrs Haslam