Come to our summer Beach themed funday with Special guest's the Kookyukes
On 11th August 11am-2pm
ENTRANCE FEE 50P
Feel free to wear Shorts, T-shirt even an Hawaiian shirt!
Don't forget your hat and sun cream (if nice day)
Bristol Community Links South
Friends, people coming from Knowle West Media Centre and our 6 hour gold awards for reading.
In Greenfield we were asked to say what made Greenfield great, so we all took photos and chose the 4 best ones. I think these pictures are the best way to describe what makes greenfield great.
This is what makes greenfield great. We always have fun when learning. Show what you learned, teachers are great at greenfield and we always play happily.
Mr Robinson is our inclusion manager. At Greenfield we always work well as a team. This picture is of coach Daf taking a PE lesson. Mr Jones is a teacher in year six, he helps with SATS, he's an amazing teacher.
We took pictures of what makes Greenfield great and these are the top four pics of why I think that Greenfield is a great school. These pictures shows that you can have fun while you are working and that you can meet loads of new people and make new friends.
Victoria Park kids finish their project with some home made and traditionally cooked Italian stone baked pizzas and a few managed to spin them in stead of roll!!!
Pupils from KnowleDGE have designed their own sculpture of Shaun the Sheep with Bristol artist Tim Sutcliffe. The sculpture of "Global Shaun" will be on display in Filwood Library during the summer holidays before returning to the school in September. The sculpture celebrates the school's links with Kenya.
A flock of 70 sculptures of Shaun the Sheep will be designed and decorated by artists, designers and celebrities and placed around Bristol this summer. The trail will run from 6 July – 31 August, ending in a public exhibition and charity auction this autumn.
-See more at: http://www.knowlewest.co.uk/shaun-the-sheep-sculpture-designed-by-knowle-west-pupils/#sthash.IsJs6yDb.dpuf
Kitchen, Sensory Room and meeting rooms
Room rates may be negotiable for community groups or chartable organisations. Please contact Louise Briggs, Community Development Manager directly to discuss by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 0117 3772720
We're halfway through the health and fitness festival Filwood Gets Fit, and already we've had pop-up exercise sessions at local clubs, running, and free tasters happening across the community. One of my highlights happened on Monday morning, when the Deputy Lord Mayor Cllr Faruk Chowdhury presented sports vouchers to children from Ilminster Avenue E-Act Academy for winning the logo competition. Look out for the photos in the next issue of the Knowledge newsletter!