Here are Linden, Freddie and Louie taking part in the wall Sit Challenge. Well done boys!
We look forward to seeing your scores for toe taps! 👍
I look forward to seeing your scores and the results will be shared in next weeks school newsletter. 👍 I will let you know my score too! Good luck!
What a great start to our PE challenge this week. 40 children from across the school took part in the sports partnership virtual challenge. How long can you wall sit for? Many of you managed around the 7 minute mark which requires strong leg muscles! Well done all of you who took part: Olivia P, Millie D, Joseph D, Maisie H, Aoife D, Ella-Rose K, Louie J, Ruby G, Freddie G, Drew B, Jack S, Cody B, Kirstie, Mia T, Diyan P, Harry H, George A, Lexi H, Alex A, Isla H, Henry W, Toby, Freddie W, Callie L, Tamara L, Bradley H, Ryan E, Tia J, Rosie, Jemima H, Tom F, Fletcher T, Sienna B, Marni C, Isis C, Kyle B, Logan G, Ruby P, Layth J and Andy C.
We had fun today making a rainbow! If you happen to go past, see if you can spot it.
This morning I have noticed something on the bread which you all touched on the way into school. What do you notice? You will need to look very closely!
Year 6 competed against each other in a game of rounders.
The Larch class reporters have been busy at work finalising their alien spaceship newspaper reports. Thankfully no further sightings of the large, mechanical spaceship have been reported above Tanners Wood!
Ash class has been exploring germs this morning. Ms Schofield started by touching everyone with glitter so they could see how germs spread. The children then took part in three activities:
1. Children chose either milk and glitter or water and black pepper. They put a finger into the liquid and talked about the ‘germs’. They then chose a squirt of antibacterial or non-antibacterial soap, put their finger back into the bowl and watched the ‘germs’ disperse. Why not try this at home.
2. Children looked at pictures of hands. They talked about which ones they thought were clean or not clean. We talked about not being able to see germs so even the clean hands might have germs on them.
3. When the children came into school this morning they were all asked to touch a piece of bread. In groups they repeated this and predicted what might happen to the bread. We will keep you updated! At home look at the photo and make your own predictions.
Apple Nursery had great fun baking and decorating their own Gingerbread Man this week. This time we made sure they couldn’t escape!
Teachers enjoy learning new things too! Today staff were learning more about robotics and coding using microbits.