Superheroes spend day at Chaucer Junior School

Children from Chaucer Junior School enjoyed a visit from Opitimus Prime and Bumble Bee Transformers from Funtimez Mascotz.  The children created comics using the I-pads based around the Transformers and were amazed to see their Super Hero's  in their Classrooms.  Throughout the week the children wrote songs created films and playscripts based around the anti-bullying theme.   PC Jo Price and PC Sam Doar also came into school to discuss staying safe/anti-bullying and ran a poster competition poster with this years anti-bullying theme which was 'Make a noise about bullying' encouraging the children to speak out.  These entries were judged by Derbyshire Police, the overall winner was presented with a scooter kindly donated by Ilkeston Tesco. Miss Oldnall, Logan O'Connor and Erin Faulks
Children from Chaucer Junior School enjoyed a visit from Opitimus Prime and Bumble Bee Transformers from Funtimez Mascotz. The children created comics using the I-pads based around the Transformers and were amazed to see their Super Hero's in their Classrooms. Throughout the week the children wrote songs created films and playscripts based around the anti-bullying theme. PC Jo Price and PC Sam Doar also came into school to discuss staying safe/anti-bullying and ran a poster competition poster with this years anti-bullying theme which was 'Make a noise about bullying' encouraging the children to speak out. These entries were judged by Derbyshire Police, the overall winner was presented with a scooter kindly donated by Ilkeston Tesco. Miss Oldnall, Logan O'Connor and Erin Faulks

Pupils from Chaucer Junior School in Ilkeston enjoyed a visit from Transformer characters Opitimus Prime and Bumble Bee.

The children created comics using iPads based around the Transformers and were amazed to meet their superheroes. Throughout the week the children wrote songs, created films and wrote play scripts based around the anti-bullying theme. Pictured are Miss Oldnall, Logan O’Connor and Erin Faulks.