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Awesome Ancient Egyptian Assembly

Date: 20th May 2018 @ 11:39am

Well done Year 4 on an amazing Ancient Egyptian Assembly. You worked so hard and I am incredibly proud of each and everyone of you. Here are a few pictures of the assembly.


Date: 27th Apr 2018 @ 4:03pm

The Year 3 children enjoyed trying a variety of Mediterranean foods last week from Brioche from France and Chorizo from Spain to Ricotta cheese from Italy. They loved tasting and describing all the different foods, though they weren't so sure about the olives!

Why were the Ancient Egyptians Awesome?

Date: 27th Apr 2018 @ 3:56pm

To start our topic on the Ancient Egyptians we made bread and Papyrus paper. The Ancient Egyptians had bread with almost every meal. Year 4 mixed and kneaded the ingredients and then shaped their bread into their own unique shape. We had a mixture of plaits and rolls.

In the afternoon, we made Papyrus paper which we will be using to write like an Egyptian. It was a messy day but lots of fun. 

Out and About Lyme and Wood Pits Country Park.

Date: 27th Apr 2018 @ 7:53am

On Thursday 26th April, we went for a walk around the local park with Scott the Ranger. We learned lots about the local farms, the coal mines and what once was there. Take a look at some of our pictures! Recounts to follow!

Measuring Up!

Date: 27th Apr 2018 @ 7:48am

This week in Maths we have been looking at measuring in CM and M.

We started this lesson by estimating how big each part of our body was before actually measuring them to find out if we were correct.

Daniela was an amazing estimator as she some of her estimates matched the measures! Well done!

Foundation Stage at 'Imagine That'

Date: 24th Apr 2018 @ 3:28pm

Egg Hunting in Foundation Stage

Date: 17th Apr 2018 @ 4:33pm

States of Matter

Date: 29th Mar 2018 @ 4:19pm

Well done to all the children who completed this half term's home learning project. We had a number of board games as well as facts about states of matter and a very detailed poster of the water cycle.

To end our topic on States of Matter, the children made their very own water cycle. The children enjoyed watching how the water cycle works.

Here are some photos.

Healthy Eating Wrapped up!

Date: 29th Mar 2018 @ 8:22am

To finish off our healthy eating topic we designed and created some healthy wraps. We made sure that we had a bit of each food group to make sure it was a balanced meal. 

Take a look at some of our master pieces.

Year 2 Spring 2 Home Projects

Date: 27th Mar 2018 @ 12:14pm

Over the half term the children were given the challenge of completing their home school projects. They could either:

1) create a minature garden

2) Create artwork in the style of  Andy Goldsworthy

3) create a food diary/ poster about healthy eating. 

Take a look at all of our hard work!

Y6 keep Y2 in suspense!

Date: 23rd Mar 2018 @ 3:02pm

Mrs Fittock and the Y6s very kindly came to visit Y2 and tell them some of their very scary suspense stories! Some were funny, some were terrifing but all of them were fantastic! 

Song Fest

Date: 23rd Mar 2018 @ 1:15pm

We took part in SONGFEST to celebrate 150 years of St Helen's history. Take a look at some of the pictures and videos of us singing. We also made a very impressive barge and won the rely race! Well done Jacob, Thomas and Olivia!

NSPCC assemblies 15.3.18: Speak out, stay safe!

Date: 22nd Mar 2018 @ 12:30pm

Year 4 and 5 Football Tournament

Date: 21st Mar 2018 @ 3:04pm

A select number of boys from year 5 and year 4 participated in a football tournament today. The standard of play was fantastic. The boys did really well finishing 3rd in our group. 

Afterwards, we played a couple of friendlies against other schools and managed to keep two clean sheets. Well done!


Stay and Play in Foundation Stage.

Date: 20th Mar 2018 @ 8:48pm

We had lots of fun when our parents and carers came to Stay and Play.  The concept is to allow you to experience teaching approaches in the Early Years, observe your child in their classroom and take part in their learning with them.

Invasion of the Evil Peas

Date: 16th Mar 2018 @ 12:54pm

This week we had some Evil Peas come in and make a big mess in Foundation Stage! When the children came in they were shocked to find such a mess! (which they blamed on Mr Widdowson at first!) After checking the footage from the cameras we discovered that the mess was caused by some Evil Peas. All the children worked together to make traps to catch them and signs to warn them to stay away. The following night we caught some peas and luckily none have been back since!


Date: 15th Mar 2018 @ 3:54pm

What's that rumble in the jungle?

Today we have enjoyed painting our maps.



Date: 12th Mar 2018 @ 5:24pm


Year 6 had a great day dressed like some of their favourite book characters.

What's that rumble in the jungle?

Date: 12th Mar 2018 @ 5:07pm

What's that rumble in the jungle?

Where are the rainforest?

We had a great time using salt dough to create a

continent map showing topography, rainforests, major rivers and counties.

We are looking forward to painting our creations once

they are dry.


What is the State of Matter?

Date: 11th Mar 2018 @ 7:21pm

To introduce our new Science topic 'States of Matter', we melted chocolate and made cornflake cakes. We tested how quick dark, milk and white chocolate melt and then observed the chocolate turning back into a solid. 

We also watched a balloon inflate with only yeast, sugar and water. 

We had lots of fun and enjoyed the cornflake cakes afterwards.


Date: 5th Mar 2018 @ 5:23pm

To end our topic on the Mayans, we held a Pok-a-Tok tournament. Pok-a-Tok is

an ancient Mayan team game. Pok-a-Tok is like a cross between volleyball

and basketball—except much, much more difficult to play. The object of

the game was for the two opposing side to try and hit the ball into a

hoop placed at both ends of the playing field.

World Book Day in Foundation Stage

Date: 1st Mar 2018 @ 3:50pm

World Book Day fun in Foundation Stage

World Book Day!

Date: 1st Mar 2018 @ 1:57pm

Today, we celebrated World Book Day! 

We read the story 'The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore' which the children loved!

Well done to everyone who came dressed up. There were some fantastic characters in class today.

Mr Leather (Burt)

How does sound travel?

Date: 27th Feb 2018 @ 7:03pm

In our Science lessons, we have been learning about sound. We have been looking at how we hear sound and how sound travels. To identify how the pitch of a sound changes, we made pan pipes with straws and tried to change the pitch by adjusting the size of the straw. To help us understand how sound travels we made string telephones. We found out that if the string was tight we could hear better. Here are some pictures.

E safety

Date: 9th Feb 2018 @ 5:21pm

Ebony is the lucky winner of our E-Safety poster competition.

Contact the School

Lyme Community Primary

Lyme Street
WA12 9HD
Office Manager: Sandra Marshall

Tel: 01744 678350