Acorn: Reception and Year One: Gallery
Our annual Easter bonnet competition, by Mrs Appelbe
Date: 31st Mar 2021 @ 3:48pm
Thank you to all who took part in the decorated Egg box competition. The judges loved all the entries and it was difficult to choose a winner and a runner up from each year group! Well done everyone.
Our annual Easter box competition, by Mrs Appelbe
Date: 31st Mar 2021 @ 3:40pm
Thank you to all who took part in the decorated Egg box competition. As usual the standard of entries was eggstanding and it was even more difficult than ever to choose a winner! Well done to everyone!
Photo Challenge 2, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 24th Feb 2021 @ 3:10pm
PHOTO CHALLENGE – Filters
Watch this to be inspired!
Using filters can transform your photos into a piece of art. Slow down to find the unusual in every day.
Turn your everyday photo into a puzzle.
This week our children are trying this whilst out and about.
Here are some that have been sent in so far.....
Photo Challenge, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 11th Feb 2021 @ 3:33pm
Our KS2 children and families have had great fun with this activity whilst out in the fresh air this week. Keep watching this gallery as I will be adding more as they are sent in. Well done everyone!
Photo challenge -Angles
Watch this clip to be inspired.
- Either in your garden or whilst out on a walk, take a small plastic toy or similar and photograph it from an angle where it looks enormous.
- Take a photo looking up from the ground or looking down from above.
- Take a photo of an everyday object from an unusual angle.
Lord of the Animals, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 10th Feb 2021 @ 11:00am
Wonderful paintings by Oak class based on the book 'Lord of the Animals' by Fiona French. They were completed before lockdown but now relevant to our theme of 'animals' in The Great Big Art Exhibition.
The Great Big Art Exhibition, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 4th Feb 2021 @ 11:15am
Everyone can take part! Visit the Great Art Exhibition website to download the free pack for inspiration. We are encouraged to use our windows and front gardens to display our work and create the largest exhibition EVER of paintings,drawings,photography,sculpture,digital art,textiles and printmaking.
Barrow School Community are coming together to showcase their art as part of this nationwide event.
Over the coming weeks we will be adding to our collection so keep watching.
Thank you to the Children and Families for contributing to this event. We have a 5 month old to someone a little older.... you are amazing!
Photographs sent in today, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 7th Jan 2021 @ 3:59pm
Oak class have been out in their gardens looking at how the frost has made everything beautiful.
They created some beautiful natural sculptures from what they could find.
These are some of the images they took today.
Art work for Barrow Village online, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 23rd Jul 2020 @ 3:19pm
Here you can see some of the wonderful art work the children have done over the last few weeks in school.
The paintings should have been exhibited in the Barrow Rose Show but this year will be included in the 'on line' art exhibition.
Well done to all the children.
Remembrance Day, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 8th Nov 2019 @ 3:52pm
All the children made their own poppy. We then joined them together to make a single large poppy.
This will be displayed in St. Bartholomew's church on Sunday.
Harvest at St. Bartholomew's Church, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 8th Oct 2019 @ 5:54pm
A wonderful Harvest Celebration was held in the church on Friday with singing,prayers,poetry and art. There was also some interesting information shared about the importance of bees to our harvest. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers and the bees recently made by Willow class.
Suitcases, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 25th Jun 2019 @ 4:26pm
Conway Centre 2019
The children made suitcases full of memories to take home and treasure.
Conway Centre, Anglesey, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 20th Jun 2019 @ 4:47pm
It was an absolute privilege to take our Year 5/6 class to the Conway Centre. We had two rain free days and one with a few light showers whilst at home there were floods and constant rain. Whilst there we sailed Keelboats,did the zip wire,low ropes and problem solving. We also raced dragons, did orienteering,navigated the night line,danced at the disco,toasted marshmallows and played Mrs Nolan's Bingo !
The children were impeccably well behaved. The centre staff commented on what a super group of children they were. Thank you to all who made it possible.
Well done everyone!
Mrs Nolan and Mrs Goodwin
Rose Show, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 20th Jun 2019 @ 4:35pm
It was wonderful to see our incredible artwork on display at the village Rose Show. Congratulations to all the winners. Well done to all the children. A superb effort from everyone.
Also it was brilliant to see our planes on display with the Barrow History Society WW2 exhibition.
Thank you to all the children for sharing their work with the community.
Working in our school garden, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 20th Jun 2019 @ 3:59pm
Today we planted our sunflowers outside.
Mrs Heard came and talked to us about swans.
We then planted flowers in the shape of a swan in our garden.
Chinese New Year, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 10th Feb 2019 @ 5:25pm
We had a lovely day with all of KS2 making paper dragons, doing maths using Chinese numbers, sharing stories and tasting some delicious rice crackers, stir fry and rice noodles. We all left with traditional red envelopes filled with our hopes and dreams for the new year.
Cathedral Trip, by Mrs Wainwright
Date: 7th Dec 2016 @ 4:39pm
We enjoyed a trip to Chester Cathedral to learn about the building and the stained glass windows.
Dragon, by Mrs Nolan
Date: 3rd Aug 2016 @ 1:10pm
The story of Princess Poppy's quest for a dragon. Her villainous suitor, Arkamir, has killed the only dragon in the Kingdom of Freenia. As the local food chain falls into chaos without its top predator, Poppy sets off to find another dragon.
Arkamir tries to foil her quest by sending his incompetent servants, Rogil and Murk, in pursuit.
Along the way Poppy meets new friends - a Dragonologist, a Gatekeeper and a Wizard's apprentice. With the help of the mysterious Piper, Poppy escapes from the sinister Swampbeasts, outwits Arkamir, frees the dragon Firehawk from captivity and returns home triumphant.
Well done to our KS2 children who took part in the production of 'Dragon'
You all worked so hard and with such enthusiasm. We were so proud of you and enjoyed it so much. A big thank you to you all.
Reception - Christmas 2015 Creations, by Mrs Tiernan
Date: 18th Dec 2015 @ 12:21pm
We have been busy in Reception making our finger and thumb print reindeer Christmas cards, footprint snowman calendars and our Santa hat baubles too.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Reception trip to The Ice Cream Farm 16th December 2015, by Mrs Tiernan
Date: 16th Dec 2015 @ 2:10pm
We all had a brilliant time at the Ice Cream Farm today. The children explored the Fun Factory which was great for our physical development objectives, as they climbed, stepped up, stepped down, ran, rolled, crawled, in addition to managing personal space and body awareness at all times. To cool down afterwards they all enjoyed an ice cream of their choice.
What a fun day!
Stay and Play - Thursday 3rd December 2015, by Mrs Tiernan
Date: 7th Dec 2015 @ 3:58pm
Thank you for attending stay and play! The children had a great time and were very excited. The pictures speak for themselves! Everyone had lots of fun and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Thank you for your continued support.
The Infant Team.
Making apple juice!, by Mr Ramsden
Date: 17th Sep 2015 @ 10:17am
At Barrow School we have our own apple trees, one of them is a Bramley, the other we are not sure however produces lovely eating apples.
Mr and Mrs Morrison came in and we spent the afternoon working with the children through out the school.
The children had the opportunity to make and taste apple juice straight off the tree. The apples were picked by the infant children then were roughly chopped up. The children took it in turns to wind the grinder until all of the apples were thoroughly minced. They were then put in an apple press.
Approximately 40 apples made one litre. The children all had the opportunity to taste the fresh apple juice.
The children were surprised about the colour which was much darker than shop bought apples plus how sweet it was without any added sugar.
A huge thanks to Mr and Mrs Morrison who came in to work with the children. We try and give the children at Barrow as many first hand experiences as possible to enrich our curriculum. All of the children had a great afternoon.