KS2 sports day wasn't a complete wash out and the children managed to complete most of the planned activities. Well done to all the children and thank you Mrs Crone for such exciting activities #sportsday https://t.co/fTCk8k57i2
Just a reminder that we break up at normal time today and return on Tuesday 5th June. Have a great week off everyone
Well done to all the girls who represented the school today at the girl's cricket tournament at Sefton Park #Cricket #funinthesun https://t.co/hefVM7i4mX
Year 1 enjoying their end of the day story in the library #readers https://t.co/oOVjaktGT8
Year 2 working with their work buddy to read and learn their given section of the poem 'Fox in Socks' before performing to the rest of the class #DrSeuss #poetry https://t.co/6zY2R8mWnR
Mr Harrop's Year 2 English group beginning to learn the poem 'Fox in Socks' by Dr Seuss #DrSeuss #poetry https://t.co/VDq9Bu1rEB
Staff and students working together after school to replant one of our playground sections. https://t.co/iJHpfBRadb
Year 6 have started to prepare the food for the tea party this afternoon to celebrate the end of SATs week #party #SATsWeek https://t.co/nQhI9qmvTY
RT @MiddlefieldFs: Catch up time again. Mrs Crone's class have been dragon racing, collecting WowWow bird feathers to make magical crowns....
RT @MiddlefieldFs: Today after a stick game and hide and seek, Mrs Crone's class made shelters for the magical HowHows. They were joined by...
RT @MiddlefieldFs: After a game of squirrels and trees RC found a letter from Gudrun. Up at Hunter's wood they found more treasure and made...
Year 5 have been using Scratch to create their own versions of the classic 80s computer game 'Frogger' #Computing https://t.co/q0el2q7Z30
RT @TTRockStars: Happy National Numeracy Day! A positive attitude to numeracy is very important to learners of all ages, so Times Tables Ro...
A huge thank you to Reenad who spoke about Ramadan in our assembly on Friday. https://t.co/90wStCBMAN
A quick message to our Year 6 boys and girls as their SATs begin, remember, take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go. We are already so proud of each and every one of you and know that you will try your very best this week.
Middlefield’s Art Club is run by Mr Fewtrell and Miss Foulkes, after school, on Mondays.
Middlefield attends special awards ceremony at Liverpool Central library to receive Reading Quality Mark Gold Award