Here at Leamore, we have been incredibly lucky today. We have had a very special visitor in school… Mark Lewis-Francis, the olympic gold medallist! We started the day with a celebratory assembly, for which Miss Francis and Mrs Bradley had decorated the hall- thank you! Miss Thomas introduced Mark and he told us a little […]
In assembly this morning, we were visited by Guy Fawkes! Fortunately, Mr Fawkes didn’t want to blow Leamore Primary School up. Instead, after watching an interesting animation about Guy Fawkes, he handed out stickers to children who were able to share facts for keeping safe on Bonfire Night.
To celebrate National Poetry Day on Thursday 8th October 2015, each class learnt a poem by a British poet off-by-heart and then recited it, with actions, to the rest of the school during a special assembly. Year One performed â€˜A Little Birdâ€™s Songâ€™ by Margaret RoseÂ Year Two performed â€˜Colourâ€™ by Christine Rossetti Year Three […]
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II becoming Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, we used our maths problem solving skills in assembly today to calculate how many years and days Queen Elizabeth II and her great grandmother, Queen Victoria, reigned for.