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Mrs All-Mutawaa treated our parents to a cookery masterclass in our Thursday Drop-In Group. She showed us how to make busy bees houses which are a savoury roll stuffed with chicken, cheese and tomatoes. They were delicious! Thank you Mrs Al-Mutawaa.
A special visitor
Saeed Atcha came into school to share with the children his experiences of travelling the world, meeting the Royal family and working with Barack Obama. Saeed is a former pupil of Pikes Lane and we are very proud of what he had achieved so far. The children really enjoyed the assembly and were truly inspired by Saeed's story.
Road Safety Ambassadors
Our road safety ambassadors represented Pikes Lane at a gathering bringing together the Road Safety ambassadors from Bolton's primary schools. At the event our Ambassadors shared what they had been doing to raise road safety awareness at Pikes Lane.
Bring a Dish
It was wonderful to see so many of our parents and staff at the bring a dish event. Lots of lovely food was presented, shared and consumed. It was a close competition but eventually 2 winners were chosen.
8 children were chosen to represent Pikes lane at the Bishop Bridgeman Equality day. They thoroughly enjoyed the day as they joined children from other Bolton schools to celebrate equality and inclusion.
Science week kicked off with an exciting assembly from Mr Kotchity. The children were wowed by some amazing experiments!
Our Breakfast Club serves up a range of delicious food and exciting activities. The club is very popular as over 60 pupils attend daily. There is a wealth of activities and sports avaiailable. All welcome. 50p per child.
WOW day: It's good to talk
Our latest Wow day celebrated fairy tales. Look at our costumes.
Health & Wellbeing Day Spring 2020
Gifted and Talented Day
Pikes Lane hosted another Gifted and talented workshop in conjunction with NWGT. A number of children from around the North West joined pupils from Pikes lane in a variety of activities and created some wonderful monster art.
Show Racism the Red Card Event
Our students went to the Macron Stadium and attended a range of workshops on racism, hate crime and stereotyping. Mrs Lowe also took the children on a tour of the stadium.
Please see the posters below from BCOM.