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Mrs All-Mutawaa treated our parents to a cookery masterclass in our Thursday Drop-In Group. She showed us how to make busy bees houses which are a savoury roll stuffed with chicken, cheese and tomatoes. They were delicious! Thank you Mrs Al-Mutawaa.
A special visitor
Saeed Atcha came into school to share with the children his experiences of travelling the world, meeting the Royal family and working with Barack Obama. Saeed is a former pupil of Pikes Lane and we are very proud of what he had achieved so far. The children really enjoyed the assembly and were truly inspired by Saeed's story.
Road Safety Ambassadors
Our road safety ambassadors represented Pikes Lane at a gathering bringing together the Road Safety ambassadors from Bolton's primary schools. At the event our Ambassadors shared what they had been doing to raise road safety awareness at Pikes Lane.
Bring a Dish
It was wonderful to see so many of our parents and staff at the bring a dish event. Lots of lovely food was presented, shared and consumed. It was a close competition but eventually 2 winners were chosen.
Y6 Aspirations Day
During Aspirations day, One goal came into school to work with our Y6 children. The day was about supporting the children to be the best they can be. We believe that all our pupils have untapped potential and star quality. The aspirations day was about helping them find their potential and letting their star quality shine.
8 children were chosen to represent Pikes lane at the Bishop Bridgeman Equality day. They thoroughly enjoyed the day as they joined children from other Bolton schools to celebrate equality and inclusion.
Science week kicked off with an exciting assembly from Mr Kotchity. The children were wowed by some amazing experiments!
Road Safety Assembly
Two of our Pupils recently trained to become Road Safety Ambassadors. During this special assembly they shared information on how to keep safe.
Pikes Hike for Bolton Hospice
We work hard to raise money for local charities. We welcomed Steph from Bolton Hospice into school. Our Mums group raised an amazing £681.25 for Bolton Hospice by completing a sponsored walk. Steph told us what the money we raised was spent on and what we could do to help raise more money for the hospice in the future.We are very proud of Mrs Lowe and our Mums!
Under the sea
We love sharing our work with our parents and the local community. Last week parents were invited into school to look at our new under the sea entrance area.
ParentGym is a fantastic parenting support scheme. We will launch this in June 2019 and the sessions will be led by Mrs Lowe. Invitations will be sent out soon. All welcome.
Our Breakfast Club serves up a range of delicious food and exciting activities. The club is very popular as over 60 pupils attend daily. There is a wealth of activities and sports. All welcome. 50p per child.
Pikes Hike Fundraising
Last month Mrs Lowe and many of our parents completed the Pikes Hike Challenge. Over £600 was raised for Bolton Hospice. What a wonderful achievement for all those involved to raise such n amazing total which will make such a difference for the Hospice and its patients.
WOW day: It's good to talk
Our latest Wow day celebrated fairy tales. Look at our costumes.
Health & Wellbeing Day
The recent Health and wellbeing day was a wonderful success. Our children participated in a number of activities including road safety, teeth brushing and being active. EYFS parents were invited into an oral health workshop and staff were treated to relaxing massages.
Gifted and Talented Day
Pikes Lane hosted another Gifted and talented workshop in conjunction with NWGT. A number of children from around the North West joined pupils from Pikes lane in a variety of activities and created some wonderful monster art.
Show Racism the Red Card Event
Our students went to the Macron Stadium and attended a range of workshops on racism, hate crime and stereotyping. Mrs Lowe also took the children on a tour of the stadium.
Cookery at Rumworth School
Every week some of our pupils go to Rumworth school to develop their cookery skills. Look at some of the tasty things they have made.
Our wonderful kitchen staff got into the spirit of Halloween and made us all pumpkin biscuits.
Our Playground Pal’s play an important part in creating a safe, friendly, happy and peaceful atmosphere for other children during lunchtimes. Here they are training with Mrs Lowe.
Our reading detectives have been having a great time improving their reading skills with Mrs Lowe.
Our wonderful parent group meet on Thursday mornings at 9am in the Community Room. New members are always welcome. Here are our members trying Yoga with Mrs Lowe.
Children's University -
It was fantastic to see so many of our pupils at the Children's University Graduation at The University of Bolton. The children are rewarded for their extra hours at clubs and activities outside of the school day. Thank you to Mrs Lowe for taking the children.
Please see the posters below from BCOM.