Lego Club

Date: 14th Jan 2016 @ 3:44pm

Lego Club finished in March - It was a fantastic 10 weeks and all of the boys had so much fun and got lots of learning from the sessions. 

We ended our club with a brilliant trip to the Legoland Discovery Centre at the Trafford Centre. 

All of the boys had a great time and I'll look forward to running the club again next year!

Mrs Dunn

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January 2016 -

This week we have started our Lego Club for 8 children in Key Stage 2

The groups have split into 2 teams and have worked really well in their roles. We have begun work on a submarine and a rocket! 

Very exciting building going on!

February 2016 - Update: Lego club is going very well. The boys are having a great time building and we have a finished submarine!! 

Now Finlay and Ethan are building a house together from our Lego Creator sets. 

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Finley wrote:

I think that the Lego club is fab :)

Mrs Dunn wrote:

Mrs Dunn

Thanks Finley - You were great last week!

Finley wrote:

Thank you

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