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20th June - Bike Right

 

Elm Class have been very lucky this week, they have been taking part in a bike ability course at school. They have been practicing how to ride a 2 wheeler bike or using the balance bikes.

 

Some of the boys even managed to go out onto the pavement to work on road safety! What a fantastic day. :)

20th June - What a surprise

 

In Elm class we have been concentrating on our writing skills. Today Matthew used a pincer grip for the first time!!!

18th June - Mindfulness

 

It was our second session of Mindfulness with Cedar and Beech class leavers. We have been talking about going to our new schools in September. Achille has been helping us show the children breathing techniques and some yoga poses. Today we did mindfulness peer massage on our friend's hands. It really helped us relax.

 

 

18th June - Alfie, in Birch class, wrote his name from memory

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11th June - The rain will not stop us!

 

Despite the weather the forest school group still enjoyed their session. They were cosy under the canopy and followed the visuals and verbal instructions to create their own ice cream cones! They then tool it in turns to put the cones on the fire to melt the chocolate and marshmallows inside - how yummy!

 

All the children that go are getting really good at following fire safety rules, wearing a fire glove, and being confident around the fire.

 

Hannah is a fantastic leader of forest school sessions and everyone loves going! :)

7th June - We were 'WOW'ed!

 

Elm, Cedar and Beech class were lucky enough to have a special visitor in today, A magician!! She was fantastic; performing magic card tricks and answering all of our magic questions! We showed her our wands that we have made and put spells on each other!

 

What a magical morning!!

 

 

7th June - Swimming with Birch class

 

Ayman has made us all so proud. He jumped into the pool for the first time yesterday! Well done Ayman! 

 

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6th June - Grace has got the whole world in her hands!

 

With Grace was fantastic on our trip to the Anglican cathedral - she did this pose independently -a gorgeous moment in Alder class.

 

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23rd May - Oak class at the park

 

With lots of determination Lexi was able to climb up the stairs to go on the slide during the class trip to Calderstones Park. It was lovely to watch :)

 

 

21st May - Swimming lessons in Elm Class.

 

Today in swimming, Matthew achieved two things that he has never done before! He jumped into the pool independently with his head going underwater and he swam a little bit with his feet off the floor!

Fantastic work Matthew!

22nd May - Swimming lessons in Birch Class

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Sian achieved her pool target today! She jumped in the water independently! Well done Sian!

21st May - Mindfulness programme!

 

Tony, Logan, Jasmine, Lille F, Lilly J, Muhammed, Charlie, Callum P have all completed a 12 week Mindfulness Programme with Kirsty and Sharon.

The guys have done really well today we celebrated and had a party.

17th May - A morning out for Alder Class!

 

During a trip to Walton Hall Gardens - Alex and Sidiki both enjoyed an ice-cream with their friends!!

 

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17th May - LEGO hero!

 

Jaydem spent 4 and a half hours with a staff member building a TEchnic Lego age 7-14 car with pull back action. He got frustrated at times but repaired and returned on each occasion with great perseverance. Fantastic work Jay!

15th May - Short stories in Cedar Class

 

Lillie wrote her own short story using 1 picture prompt and a selection of key words. Lillie only needed a little support otherwise independent. Fantastic!

 

14th May - Great news in Alder Class

 

Grace allowed her hair to be brushed by Bonnie after swimming. She listened to instructions and did not get upset. 

 

Fantastic news Grace :)

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Liverpool Spring 1k run - 6th May 2019

 

Hakeem, from Elm Class, ran the Liverpool Spring 1K race on Sunday. He was running to raise money for Claire House. He said that he ran super fast!!

 

We are so proud of you! 

MOVE programme - 3rd May 2019

 

Grace, in Oak Class, took 8 steps independently! How fantastic!

30th April - Liverpool Football Club and Joie Baby

 

A couple of weeks ago we received a surprise when Jason McAteer paid us a visit to help deliver a sports session with a difference.

Thirty children, from different classes, joined Jason for some fun coaching and activity sessions specifically developed to help them better interact with their surroundings, such as throwing and catching exercises with sensory balls, target practice, and knocking skittles over.

 

As part of LFC Foundation’s Respect 4 All programme, the club’s official family partner, Joie Baby, has teamed up with the club’s official charity to deliver weekly SEN sports and activity sessions within our school.

 

The programme will see experienced coaches from LFC Foundation deliver dedicated sessions at school for three hours a week to remove potential barriers that can exist regarding accessibility to sport for children with complex needs and disabilities.

At the end of the session, Jason McAteer had another surprise up his sleeve for the children, when he presented them all with a selection of gifts to help them remember their special day.

 

What a fantastic opportunity for Millstead school. We can't thank everyone enough :)

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30th April - Feedback from parents who went to Splash World!

 

It has been so lovely to hear the feedback from parents about the trip to Splash World, we thought we would share a few of them on here.

Thank you again to Kirsty and Sharon :)

 

Muhammed's Family- 
"It has been a great experience for the children. The teachers were very helpful to the kids and parents"
 
Lillie's family-
"Not only did Lillie enjoy this trip, it was really good for her siblings. Sharon and Kirsty were fantastic who attended and supported other parents. A great way to share and network with other families. "
 
Max and Sam's family-
" We really enjoyed it as a family and seeing the boys playing with their friends was really lovely. We would be more than happy to do similar activities organised by school in future.
 
Elliot's family-
"Elliot and Hannah enjoyed the trip to Splashworld, it was nice for Elliot to spend time with friends outside of school."

26th April - Splash World!

 

Splash World is a water park in Southport, that have developed an event for "children and young people with disabilities, their families, carers and friends."  The 'quiet nights' sessions are brought to you by the Aiming High team at Sefton Council and run every couple of weeks on a Friday.

 

Two members of staff thought this would be a fantastic opportunity to allow parents and careers of children at Millstead to go along and experience this event. Letters were sent home to all children and many families thought it was a brilliant idea, saying it was a great success!

 

 

A big THANK YOU to Kirsty and Sharon for organising this, and everyone who came, all the children had a great time with their school friends!

 

26th April - Family swim

 

Liliana , Francis and Elliot were so lucky today when their mums came for the family swim. It was so lovely to see them splashing around together!

 

If you would like to come in on a Friday at 12-1pm to swim with your child, contact Gill Evans or the school office. Would be great to see you there!

25th April - The Apple Store

 

A few pupils from across the school went to the Apple Store today. They learnt how to use movie maker and were able to crop and edit scenes all designed by the famous you tuber Zack King.

 

What a great experience!

24th April - Out in the community

 

Cedar Class went to B&M to buy armbands. The children were asked to compare prices and buy the armbands that were cheaper. Lillie compared armbands that were £4.99 and £1.99 and identified that the £1.99 armbands were cheaper. Lille was able to apply what she had learnt in the classroom to a practical situation - great work!

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