Riverside Celebrated Pancake Tuesday
We had a pancake competition which was a great activity to support our Functional Maths skills on measurement.
Each class was asked to make their best pancakes and send them up to the office to be judged. The class or pupil who made the best pancake and biggest pancake got prizes.
J5 made the biggest pancake and S3 made the tastiest. Winners were announced at our celebration assembly. We had great fun making pancakes and tasting them! Well done everyone.
- Filling a table tablespoon, using scales to weigh, capacity for full and empty jug or bowl, the time they start to cook (watch for the bubbles rising)
- Tuesday 28 February – day before Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent 40 days and 40 nights (time)
Shape, space and size
- Pouring mixture into pan
- Making big, small or medium sized pancakes
- Flipping pancakes in the pan
- Counting the number of pancakes needed, make a pancake stack and count these
- Adding one more into the pan
- How many would you like to send home?
- Make a chart about our favourite toppings (Data)
- Sort pancakes into big and small (data)
Mini Enterprise Awards for Pathways
Congratulations Pathways who received awards for Overall Team and Customer Service.
PW and S4 have been continuing our partnership with Belfast Met this year. They attend every Friday. This week they got the opportunity to try out the computer suite with face scanning technology!
Riverside School have had a fun week of Christmas festivities as a reward for working so hard for our Christmas play and throughout the school year. Everyone got a present from Santa in Santa's inflatable grotto, enjoyed an inflatable snow globe and had a visit from Elsa and the Grinch at our Celebration assembly. The Christmas sprit has well and truly begun at Riverside.
Thanks to Enkalon for providing the Snow globe and Grotto
Thanks to the Montgomery Family for providing the Grinch and Elsa
We have had a blast!
Parents and friends were welcomed by Mrs Lavery, Head Boy Luke Monaghan and Head Girl Hope Baxter to our Christmas shows. The Juniors performed Children Of The World. After a short interval and Christmas raffle, the Seniors performed Christmas Day with Scrooge. Parents and friemds enjoyed Tea, Coffee and Mince pies after. Both performances were thoroughly enjoyed by all. A massive congratualtions ato all the pupils and staff who took part.
Riverside would like to thank:
- Starbucks, Antrim for donating Christmas Blend Coffee
- Colin McClellend for narrating the Junior Christmas Show
- Parents and friends for serving the tea and coffee
- Everyone who had any part to play in making our Christmas show celebration so special
Junior Christmas Show
Children of The World
Mary Louisa Shannon
Joseph Jessy Lane
Donkey Daniel Wallace
Angel Cole Maginty
Angel Teigan Douglas
Children from Poland J2
Children from China J4
Children from Australia J5
Michael Mc Allister
Children from Malawi J3
Eva Kerr Clarke
Holly Louise Peeples
Connor Mc Callen O'Leary
Children from USA J1
Gary J Tidyman- Peeples
Senior Christmas Show
Christmas Day with Scrooge
Fairy Of Christmas Past: Luke Monaghan
Fairy Of Christmas Present: Charlie Escalonilla
Oliver: Stephen Millar
Emily: Grace Phillips
Kirsten: Tori-Lee Cahoon
Mum: Amber Lloyd
Dad: Matthew Preston
Granny: Hope Baxter
Uncle Ebs: Daniel Ostler
Santa: Ben Gibson
Edgar Elf: Matthew Holmes
Edwin Elf: Jack Kennedy
Edward Elf: Matthew Reid
Eric Elf: Ryan PrinceMouse:
Mouse: Morgan-Rose McStravick
Cat: Devlin Heffron
Cracker 1: Tyree Hill
Cracker 2: Tyler Davidson
All I want for Christmas is You:
Money, Money, Money: Filipe Guedes
Silent Night: Sophia Matchett
Santa Claus is coming Sam Stockdale
to town: Ewan McGall
I’m so Excited: Caotlin Lemon
Snowmen Adam Goodram
Riverside School is working very hard to gain an Eco Schools Award. Mrs Irwin set all pupils a task this month where they had to create pieces of Art from recycled material. Thees are displayed in our Front Foyer. We had a competition to see who could make the most Eco Friendly display. The results were:
Happy Halloween from Riverside School
A big congratulations to Jack, Charlie and Matthew for taking part in the Special Schools' Dexter Young Handler Class at Balmoral show. They all did brilliantly in the ring. Jack represented Riverside in the Grand Parade at the end of the show. Congratulations to Kyle, Jamie and Grace and all the other teams who took part. Riverside made a tremendous effort but in the end, Roddensvale School won the rosette.
Riverside Post 16 Pathways Class
Pathways have been very busy this year as they prepare themselves for life after school. The pupils in Pathways are given many opportunities and life experiences to develop their life skills.
Every Wednesday, they attend either the Bridge or the Gym. At the Bridge in Antrim the pupils learn cookery, woodwork and ICT skills. Once a week they attend the MET College in Belfast where they develop their ICT skills on Ipads and enjoy classes to prepare themselves for transitioning once they reach the age of 19.
They practice cooking dinner each week, go shopping to get the ingredients and further get to practice these skills in a school based café.
They have their own Young Enterprise business know as PUP (Pathways Unique Products.) This year they won two awards for their efforts including Best overall team and Team programme for outstanding teamwork.
Well done Pathways. Keep up the Great work!
Roald Dahl Day
13th September 2018
Junior classess mixed with Senior classes to celebrate different books writtwn by Roald Dahl. Lots of differtn activite related to these books were held around the school.