A school newspaper written by Year 5 pupils from Stubbins Primary School
Green army on target
ON A cool Thursday evening the green
army marched into battle against the
At half-time things were looking good for
Stubbins as they took a one goal lead thanks toJonny Thorpe’s stunning shot.
After the team talk there was a surprise in
store for Crawshawbooth when Oli Nic came onto
the field as a substitute. Then Crawshawboothmanaged to sneak one past our excellent goalie
Adam Bull. Hmmm 1-1. However Stubbins replied
quickly when a long ball was kicked up the field
Crawshawbooth’s last penalty. It was sudden
straight to the feet of Oli who landed his shot in
death. They stepped up to the spot and … Adam
the back of the net putting Stubbins back in the
pupils showed they
Asked what it was like scoring the first goal Oli
have big hearts by
said: “The moment went quickly. It felt amazing. I
raising money for
Crawshawbooth managed to claw a goal back
was taking the applause from the parents and the
due to an own goal. It was deadlock at full time.
As extra time led to nothing, penalties were on
“When I got picked for the team I breathed a
sigh of relief as there are a few good players in
First up was Stubbins who placed the ball into
our class and the Gaffer spotted that I could be a
Crawshawbooth and they floated the ball into the
Football is good for girls and boys because it
top corner. Stubbins managed to net every one of
keeps you fit and focused and helps you to make
NETBALL is a great way
to keep fit and it
improves your team work
look at JULIA Hodkinson runs
read and her favourite
the book fair on this
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the fair Thursday and Friday
Guy Fawkes School trip to Our Masterchef
Dreams come true
THE School Council has made a big
AT STUBBINS Primary School our
difference to our school.
amazing cook Julie Mitchell doesn’t
We have better play equipment and we have also
Who was Guy Fawkes?
ROCK climbing, canoeing and problem
just make scrumptious dinners she
raised money for Alder Hey Hospital and the Haiti
solving were just three of the activities
also wins awards.
enjoyed by Year 6 at Whitehough.
In September every year, each class elects two
council members and they meet twice a month in the
They discuss what is happening in school and then
“I loved it, but I missed my family and most
of the Blackburn Rovers players, to speak
explain what has been talked about to their classes. It
of the time I felt like I was homesick. Other
is just like being a member of Rossendale Council.
Council member for Year 5 Kaya Payne said: “The
most rewarding part of my role is that I can listen to
behaviour was brilliant and Mrs Nicholls’ pâté
ideas from other children and can help to make them
King James and theGovernment inside.
Hallowe’en fun Growing the future
Stubbins has talent Roll up!
underneath the building butwas captured shortly before
A LITTLE monster’s tea party at Hallowe’en
What happened to him
raised £310 for school.
DANCE, poetry, art, drama and music
Monsters of all kinds turned up including
were all on the lesson plan when some
ECO club is an after school club,
pupils from Year 5 and 6 went to
where children in Years 4 and 5 plant
all kinds of fruit and vegetables.
Howard who said it was quite difficult to
Schools from all over North West of England
THE Circus is
organise but she was saved by helpers.
chose children to attend the Gifted and Talented
coming to Stubbins
the field so that children can learn to be eco
friendly and healthy with the fruit we plant.
“The event was to let the gifted and talented
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children have great learning experiences,” said
helping the environment and helping kids be
created by Alex McGill-Watt and Kaya Haliday?
Miss Callaghan, who organised our visit.
P Q H A T S O A L I
R E G I S T E R L R
F A N C D Y N U I E
G E O C M A N L M N Book
New Zealand bonfires
I O L H I Y D E R E Computer
WE DON’T just learn how to write – we
M U R T E L T R E P Felttips
learn how to write properly!
We have our very own calligraphy class.
B O O K T D O U T R Register
Pinder teaches Patrick, Max, Keely, Sophie,
R U B B E R B O O A
Molly and Oliver how to write in calligraphy.
C O M P U T E R M H
They said they like the club because it made
their handwriting neat and they liked how they
S P I T T L E F S S
can do a swirl at the beginning of their name.
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