Primary School

Year 5 Join Parkside Pupils

Children in year 5 joined Parkside school this week along with children from other feeder schools. The aim of the event is to help progression into year 6 and transition into year 7. Pupils had the opportunity to experience many of the lessons and activities that Parkside offers. The theme for the day was numeracy and lessons included geography and science. Children particularly enjoyed the competition time. They took part in a variety of ball games, using their numeracy skills to keep an eye on who was scoring the most points and who was the team to beat! The day finished with ‘Star Student’ awards given to those who made an extra special effort and excelled throughout the day!

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