Terry and his guide dog Emmet have been good friends of the school over the last few years. During each visit, the children have learned about how guide dogs are important for helping blind or partially sighted people live independent lives. Last month, Emmet retired so he came for his final visit and the children said their goodbyes. The children also got the opportunity to meet Terry's new guide dog Charlie.
Lady Bay Arts Festival 2019
Some children from all year groups enjoyed taking part in the Art workshops on the theme of 'Water' in preparation for this year's Lady Bay Arts Festival. All finished artwork will be displayed in the Dragon's Diner on the weekend of 18th and 19th May. Come and see what talented artists we have at Lady Bay Primary School.
Red Nose Rhumba!!
The children and staff in Key Stage 2 had lots of fun as they energetically danced together on the playground!
Year 6 came to read with their Foundation buddies!
Remembrance Day 2018
In order to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, we held a special 'Remembrance Day'. The children came to school in red and black to represent the iconic poppy symbol and held a minute's silence at 11am. The children also took part in discussions and activities and learnt about real-life heroes from West Bridgford who tragically lost their lives serving in the First World War. Every child made a poppy from various materials which contributed to a whole-school display.
Year 3/4 enjoy the Mountain Bike Show!
Key Stage 1 enjoying the Extreme Mountain Bike Show!
Terry and Emmett visit again!
Rugby Festival at West Bridgford Rugby Club on Friday 13th October
The children have produced some excellent pieces of artwork under the guidance of Hazel and all of the staff. All of the children's work was framed and put on display in the Lower School Hall in the form of an art exhibition. Parents were then able to buy their child's piece of work and order extra copies. We should thank the diligence and hard work of Louise Warren and Hazel to get the exhibition up and running! Enjoy the photographs below:
West Bridgford hall opening - Year 6 perform in the park!
Cake sale success! Aaminah and friends raised over £100 for Amin, a Syrian orphan that Aaminah and her family has adopted! A huge thank you to everyone for their generosity!
Mrs Milton took 6 enthusiastic mathematicians to The Nottingham Girls' High School on 11/5/17. They carried out a variety of activities such as making a hungry caterpillar, Fibonacci numbers using pineapples and pine cones, codebreaking and Alice in Wonderland Logic Problems. They were perfectly behaved and actually came 2nd out of the 10 participating schools. Well done to all!
Francesca led a wonderful assembly about Cerebral Palsy in front of the entire of Key Stage 2. We were all very proud of her achievements and we enjoyed finding out more. We are all going to remember to tuck stools under in the corridor so Francesca doesn't trip. All of Key Stage 2. She has included her powerpoint here for your information.
Terry visits again and it is Emett's birthday! Terry found out which children would make good guide dogs and also we found out which 2 girls share the same birthday as Emett... well almost!
Emma Wiggs is a Paralympic gold medal winner and five-time World Champion paracanoeist in the women's 200m KL2 class. We were all totally inspired by Emma who taught us that anything is possible if we remember our ABC! (Attitude, Belief and Challenge). We look forward to welcoming Emma to our school again later in the year!
Children's artwork on show in the Gallery Cafe as part of the Lady Bay Arts Festival 2016
VISITS BY TERRY AND EMMETT!
Decorated Easter eggs
Children across the school showing pride in their work!
FABULOUS SCRAPBOOK WORK AT LADY BAY PRIMARY SCHOOL
A thought provoking Y4 piece of Romans work!
A piece of fascinating Y6 work on Charles Darwin.
Brazil in Y5 - what would we like to find out?
All about Hindus in Year 3.
An emotive piece of art work in Y5 about WW2.
Work linked to the Evolution topic in Year 6
Some Y5 work depicting the effects of WW2
A Y4 piece of work shows why Nottingham is so cool