The year 6 children have had a wonderful first day on their residential to Mearsea. Today they have completed the aerial adventure and turned their hands to a bit of archery! More news and pictures to follow!
Yesterday in PE, we practiced more athletics in preparation for our upcoming sports day.
This morning in kiwk cricket we practised fielding. We made sure we could catch as well as crouching down to field the ball. Then we played a game of kiwk cricket and saw some fantastic batting. At the start we all tended to run towards the ball when fielding, by the end we knew that… Read more »
Today we read a book called ‘the Guinea Pig party’. We are going to base a lot of our work this week around this book.
As part of our report writing, each morning we have been writing mini reports of things that have happened over the week. Below are the first editions of a newspaper made from our reports.
Today we enjoyed a special Father’s Day lunch and play! Thank you Maxine for all your hard work and to the Dads and Grandads for joining us!
On Wednesday, class 1 participated in some athletic activities including high jump, long jump and hurdles. We had so much fun learning all the different techniques in order to do the activities properly.
Today we sorted some Guinea pig information into five different categories; food, water, behaviour, where they live and handling them. We were really good at remembering what we should do to look after our Guinea pigs.
Today some of the children in class one had some one-on-one time with the two Guinea pigs: Lucy and Ginger. The children were very well behaved when approached by the Guinea pigs and had lots if fun socialising with them.
Today some children from Class 3 started their cycling lessons. Good luck to all the pupils and we hope you enjoy the lessons. We will be looking to run further sessions in the next academic year.