Kick starting our Art week in Rowan class, we had a visit from John to show us how to create our own Roman catapults out of wood. The catapults were called onagers. Once we had made our onagers, we tested them outside. We had such fun! Thank you John!
Yesterday, Ash class completed their daily mile with a difference. Some children chose to roll or carry a hula hoop, throw, catch or kick a ball, whilst some chose to just run. After the daily mile the children explored hula hoops, balls and skipping ropes. They were also very enthusiastic about dance routines on ‘GoNoodle.’ Why not sign up to ‘GoNoodle’ for free at home?
A huge thank you to all of you supporting sports relief this year. We had a fabulous time dribbling, bouncing, hula-ing and skipping our way round the daily mile! We raised over £240 from all your donations, I will send out an exact amount after the final count up tomorrow.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!
Juniper Class completed their Daily Mile with a difference! It was great fun to skip, bounce and dribble (!) along the field and pathways, and good to know we were making a difference for Sport Relief projects as we donated to this worthy cause!
Year 5 had a great afternoon at the tag rugby event at Parmiters school. As a year group we achieved second place in all 3 competitions. The children were all great participants and represented the school very well! Well done all!
What a great day full of exercise and dancing. We boogied, did the conga and the mashed potato. We learnt some new songs and enjoyed moving to the rhythms. Thank you for all the kind donations to the sport relief fund, it will really make a difference to so many lives.
On another note, we have entered the Abbots Langley Gardening Society annual potato growing challenge this year and we are determined to win. We have to grow as many potatoes as we can, starting with just one seed potato. The winners will be announced at the Abbots Langley show. We will keep you updated with our potatoes as they grow. Wish us luck!