A radio play is a play on the radio, so you hear the people instead of seeing them; this means you can concentrate on the play instead of focusing on the acting. Making a radio play can be very time consuming but it is a great thing to do if you like writing (plays or […]
Some people believe if you drop something on a clean floor and pick it up in less than five seconds it will be OK to eat. Over the past few years, the 5-second rule has increased by nearly 35%, but can this make you ill, or does it not make a difference? Food safety expert, […]
The UK is a nation full of pet lovers. In this article, Laura, a Year 6 at Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, takes a look at our favourites. As usual, Laura has included facts that may surprise you! Fish There are 40 million fish in the UK. Fish have a spinal cord which is surrounded […]
Tennis ace Andy Murray has beaten his arch rival David Goffin in the Paris Maters – three weeks before their likely meeting in the Davis Cup. Murray, second favourite to win the tournament, won 6-1 and then 6-0 to progress to the quarter final, where he will face tenth favourite Richard Gasquet, on the hard indoor […]
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During September I try and get round to all my schools to chat with staff about how YJA will best work for them. Whilst at Millfield Heighington Primary Academy last week, I was really pleased to hear that the school has just been granted an Artsmark Gold. This is a really impressive achievement and very […]
They were joined by some local VIPs who were keen to explain why, in their view, Lincoln is such a fantastic city. Being keen journalists, the Millfield team interviewed every single one!