Crosshill Primary School had another exciting and motivating month of learning during October!
Parents and carers were invited to attend a Harvest assembly which was led by the children.
The Early Level class were busy and ran a cake stand, raising money for Save the Children.
Parents, Carers, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles visited the classrooms during the morning and joined the children with active literacy activities.
On Wednesday 31st October, the children shared Spooky Homework challenges, in the form of poems and stories at a school assembly and then enjoyed literacy and maths Halloween activities throughout the morning. “
During November the children are investigating the world of work, they are inviting in visitors to tell them a little bit about their jobs.
Pupils will then celebrate their month of learning with a ‘Career Convention’ in the school.