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This superb working model of the Human digestive system was made at home by Ellie. She is rightly proud of her creation and so are we. If you would like to see a demonstration of the model, please come to Mr Gordon’s class where I am sure she will be delighted to show you how it works. Well done Ellie!
Team Resilience enjoyed a lesson outside examining a crime scene, using clues to piece together the puzzle. The children are really enjoying sharing One Hundred Mile an Hour Dog, by Jeremy Strong and the mischief that Trevor and his dog Streaker get up to. Will our budding PCs solve the crime? Watch this space ...
Well done to our pupils for winning the class Mathematics Star Award this week . They have all worked hard both inside and outside of school and achieved great success in mathematics.
Well done also to Elle who won the Headteacher's Award for her positive, supportive attitude and for being a terrific role model to other pupils.
We are really proud of you all
Our first spelling test in Team Courage will be next Friday (Friday 21st September). You need to practice as often as you can to earn your Spelling Stars certificate for this term. By clicking on the link below, you will be able to play some games and have some fun whilst learning your spellings. Please leave any comments about your spellings or the games in the comments section below.
Good luck and have fun! Mr Gordon.
See the above link for your spelling list.
|Download Group 2 Spelling list 1|| Download Group 3 Spelling list 1
As the sunlight peered through the trees, we reintroduced ourselves to the wood...and then we found the letter from Poppy! This posed a moral dilemma...on which we took a vote.
After a game, some explored different colours, others made a potion, a small group made natural inks and a few used tools to make stakes for a roundhouse.
A lovely outing with perfectly behaved children!
A lovely first day in the woods with most of the new Y6s...what a lovely group they are.
We started with a recap on health and safety before developing a new game involving teamwork, strategy and construction.
It was great seeing the enthusiasm, cooperation and problem solving as the children constructed their bases. They also showed amazing sportspersonship during the game, being honest with and supportive of each other.
We finished with a reflection on our feelings about being in Y6.
Children in the Lower School have been using 'Hit The Button' to help learn number bonds and multiplication facts at school this term. Why not have a go at home too? Post your best scores in the comments below. Mr Gordon.