A glorious week to be outside - no wooly hats needed!
Upper school have had a few things going on - bee-box manufacture, art linked to David Hockney, assault course construction and foraged-resource collage.
The bee-boxes have been part funded by the donations from bee-day (thanks parents for that) - we've had to use a lot of our math's skills which some children have found challenging (measuring to nearest mm, halving) - we had to dig deep and find Resilience when things got tough!
The assault course constructors did a great job and everyone enjoyed giving it a go - the designers learned the importance of communication and organisation when they were presenting their course to their peers.
Lower School have completed digging out the Tudor Rose, and are now pegging it out to add ribbon and wool for colour.
The Tudor dancing is coming on well, with certain children showing great leadership and contributing ideas to the choreography.
Other children are continuing to explore printing, working towards creating a Tudor Standard for their class.