History & Art Takeover Year 6 pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy greatly enjoyed their art and history takeover week with UWE students leading learning in class based on the 1950s. Pupils learnt about influential people of the 1950s, created Roy Lichtenstein inspired art and wrote their own 1950s songs.
World Famous Mountain Research Pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy used the ICT Suite incredibly well to support research into world famous mountain ranges across the world. Pupils collaborated fantastically to complete this work and had a great time doing so, and discovered some amazing facts and information about mountain
Pupils meet Bristol Rovers players Year 6 pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy were given the opportunity to go and watch Bristol Rovers play in the FA Cup. Pupils had an absolutely fantastic time, enjoying the walk to the stadium, their hot chocolates during the match and cheering on Bristol
We are actors & directors Year 5 pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy have immersed themselves in the story ‘A Christmas Carol.’ They spent time as actors and directors to ensure they had a knowledge of the plot. Pupils used different fabrics to determine their characters and even used facial
We are Naturalists Year 5 pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy went to the Wild Place Project to continue and deepen their learning about life cycles. Wild Place Project is a fun family attraction that provides outdoor adventure, play and learning. Meet amazing animals from across the world from the mischievous lemurs
Anti-Bullying Week For Anti-Bullying Week learning afternoon, Pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy created letters using their body. Then they thought about five times somebody has been kind to them. A simple smile and great manners goes along way. Pupils then created anti-bullying posters in the ICT suite. Pupils were encouraged
Our very first Immersion Day Yr 6 pupils at Evergreen Primary Academy had a brilliant first immersion day, where they immersed themselves in their new book: Refugee Boy. Refugee Boy is about a boy with parents from Ethiopia and Eritrea. As food is such an important part of Ethiopian culture,
The Lord Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, visited Evergreen Primary Academy. He gave two assemblies with Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils and met with the Pupil Academy Council. The children asked lots of interesting questions and he told them about his role as Mayor of Bristol.
Year 5 have been enjoying their time in the library this term. They have been sorting and organising the books to ensure other classes can access them easily and recommending books to their classmates. They have been enjoying these books daily in our reading for pleasure time.
Year 6 concluded their inspirational IntoUniversity week by “graduating” from the course at the University of Bristol. They enjoyed a tour of the university and their graduation ceremony where children demonstrated their oracy skills by giving performances based on inspirational evolutionary biologists.