Our Recent Events
What a fantastic start to our Year 4 residential, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 28th Mar 2023 @ 10:42am
Year 4 have loved their first day of their residential to Whitehall.
They have developed their independence, confidence and resilience as they tried new activities and spent their first night away from home.
After a tiring day they children were all finally asleep!
Y2 Enthralled at the Catalyst Museum, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 27th Mar 2023 @ 4:25pm
Year 2 have throroughly enjoyed their visit to the Catalyst Museum as part of their work in science.
They investigated materials and enjoyed making an alkali - soap.
Year 4 Set Off on their Residential, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 27th Mar 2023 @ 1:30pm
Year 4 were really excited this morning as they set off for their 3-day residential to Whitehall, Derbyshire.
We can't wait to hear all about their adventures over the next few days!
Year 1 Visit St Philip's Church, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 27th Mar 2023 @ 1:26pm
Year 1 had a super visit to St Philip's Church.
They were warmly invited into the church by Reverend Pye. They then had a guided tour of the inside of the Church and discussed the main features- we now know where the bell tower is!
Thank you Reverend Pye- we loved asking you questions about your role at the church and in the local community.
Pizza Chefs in Year 3 Design Technology, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 4:22pm
Year 3 had a fantastic day making pizzas as part of their Design and Technology for this term.
They developed their cutting, slicing, mixing and rolling skills.
They also learnt to knead the dough to make it extra springy and fluffy!
The pizzas looked and smelt delicious! We hope you enjoyed tasting their delights!
Making a Difference for Comic Relief, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 12:17pm
Our school motto is 'Make a Difference'
We certainly made a difference this Red Nose Day when we raised £184 for other people in need.
Thank you to everyone who made a special effort for Comic Relief
Music Extravaganza Day!, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 12:13pm
This half term's music curriculum ended with an amazing musical extravaganza!
Mrs Aiken and the music team organised a day of musical delights.
Our extremely talented children performed for each other in whole school performances or by busking in classrooms.
The music teachers performed whilst we ate our lunch, held 'jamming sessions' on the playground at lunch time and the school orchestra and other soloists entertained parents after school.
We are so lucky to have such a dedicated team of talented professionals to teach music here at AECPS.
Discovering Alderley Edge Library, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 12:11pm
Year 6 had a wonderful time visiting Alderley Edge Library.
The children learnt how to find books using the Dewey System as well as learning how to loan books using the library's computer system.
Mrs Sym was extremely proud of how well the children behaved when walking through the village and the wonderful questions they asked and answered during the visit.
Gastro delights in Food Technology, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 12:07pm
Children across the school have been developing their skills in design technology.
They have been designing, creating and making new and exciting gastro delights for their identified audiences such as their teachers and friends.
Have a look at some our sample delights!
This work will continue after half term.
Basketball Team Winning Success, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 10:03am
Our basketball team were in action this week at the Cheshire Finals in Crewe.
The competed against the best in Cheshire and came 2nd overall.
We are thrilled with their success and take pride in knowing they came 2nd out of 200 schools across Cheshire.
Amazing - well done team!
Year 3 Explore the Outdoors in Alderley Edge in Geography, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 9:40am
What a fantastic day for a walk up the Edge!
Armed with their maps, Year 3 set off and walked from school to the top of the Edge and succeeded!!
They admired the great views and the children were very enthusiastic and even practised their French for sheep !!!
Later, they sketched the route, remembering all the important landmarks they walked past. Well done Year 3 and thank you to all our parent helpers!
Year 5 Visit the Mandir, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 9:32am
Year 5 have thoroughly enjoyed their trip to a Hindu Temple. They had a fascinating talk all about the origins of Hinduism and Miss Hibbert was particularly impressed with the level of insightful questions asked by the children. Well done Year 5.
Year 1 Tree Sculptures... so far!, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 20th Mar 2023 @ 9:44am
Year 1 twist, scrunch and roll as they begin their tree sculptures. Watch this space for their final creations!
Chemistry with Cabbages, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 10th Mar 2023 @ 3:17pm
The year 6 children made an indicator out of cabbage juice today and then tested the pH of some household chemicals like: vinegar, soap, sugar, lemon juice and surface cleaner. Purple plants (like cabbage) turn red in acids and green in alkalis therefore they are good to use as an indicator.
They moved their experiment on by conducting a neutralisation test; acid is the opposite of alkali so mixing the two makes neutral.
After that the children had fun with sodium bicarbonate, acid and a rubber glove! Sodium bicarbonate is an alkali, so it neutralises acid. The reaction produces carbon dioxide gas which is why it fizzes and bubbles.
KS1 are Wowed with Mad Science, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 10th Mar 2023 @ 11:06am
The children in Reception and KS1 were "wowed" this morning when Turbo Tom from Mad Science came to visit.
He talked to the children about how people experimented in the past, and they learnt about chemistry with red cabbages, how electricity flows, and also about fire!
Year 6 Science Fair a Great Success, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 8th Mar 2023 @ 6:08pm
As part of Science week, the Year 6 children held a Science Fair to celebrate the Science that goes on in school. The primary objective to the project was to approach a problem scientifically and have fun. The children's brief was to:
- Ask questions and form hypotheses
- Creat an experiment to test those hypotheses
- Organise their data and draw conclusions
- Write about scientific research
- Make links to the wider world
The project had to be experimental in nature as opposed to research oriented. In other words, they had to do a test, survey, or experiment to determine the answer to their question. The fair was then open for viewing and the children from Reception to Year 5 as well as the Year 6 parents enjoyed the observing the science exhibition.
Sports Hall Athletics Team Gain Bronze, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 7th Mar 2023 @ 3:28pm
Our year 5 and 6 sports hall athletics team were in action competing is a range of activtites against other Wilmslow schools at Wilmslow HIgh School.
We performed brilliantly with great team spirit and gained a brilliant bronze!
What a fantastic team, we are very proud of you all!
AECPS Netball team in great form, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 7th Mar 2023 @ 11:13am
The Year 5 and 6 netball team were in great form in the next round of area matches.
Hosted here at AECPS, the team played against 6 other schools and were in great form winning games by large margins.
Over the event they won 4, drew 1 and lost 1 match.
Well done team.
Year 5 Visit Jodrell Bank, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 6th Mar 2023 @ 12:13pm
To launch science week and to link in with their topic on Earth in Space, Year 5 visited Jodrell Bank.
The children had a great time exploring the new exhibits and learning about outer space.
We Love Books!, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 6th Mar 2023 @ 12:08pm
We had a fantastic World Book Day and celebrated in style!
All the children and staff dressed as their best characters from books and took part in World Book Day lessons in class and online.
In the afternoon the children all buddied up with friends in other classes to share their favourite books.
Great Fun At The Squirrel Club, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 2nd Mar 2023 @ 11:01am
What a great week of fun we had at The Squirrel Club this half term.
The children joined in lots of different activitiesincluding Bake-Offs, Blast-Offs and Pretent and Perform.
If you would like to join us for fun this Easter holidays please contact Mrs Share on 01625 704513
Year 4 "Read All About It!", by Mrs Walsh
Date: 2nd Mar 2023 @ 10:54am
Year 4 have really enjoyed being journalists over the last few weeks and are very proud of their completed newspaper reports.
They combined their computing and English lessons to publish their writing so that it was formatted like a real newspaper.
They can’t wait for everyone to ‘Read all about it!’
Year 1 Find Out About Churches in the Local Area, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 2nd Mar 2023 @ 10:52am
Year 1 have been comparing the outside appearance of a range of churches. They have discovered that there are similarities and differences.
They then looked at some of the internal features of a church. Altar, pulpit, lectern and font, to name just a few!
PTA Valentine's Disco, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 17th Feb 2023 @ 9:10am
We really LOVED our Valentine's Disco this week.
Thank you so much to the PTA - we really appreciated it!
PSCO Visits Year 5 and 6, by Mrs Walsh
Date: 15th Feb 2023 @ 11:58am
PCSO Jessica Thornley visited year 5 and 6 to teach the children more about the dangers online and what they can do to keep themselves safe.
PCSO Jessica shared with the children the importance of keeping personal information private, the importance of sharing their worries with a trusted adult and how to use the CEOP Report Abuse button if they come across something that they are worried about.