We have seen so many examples of creativity during lockdown. I thought it would be lovely to share with you all.
Wow! The children had two extra days this week compared to last week so we expected a higher lap/mileage count but we were not expecting it to be this high! As a school we ran 7,706 laps which is 1,156 miles! So altogether we have run 1,661 miles and have 899 to go! Well done Tanners , keep it up! This week Ash class improved the most with a staggering 717 laps! The trophy goes to them this week!
The children ran so far last week covering an amazing 505 miles in 3361 laps of the daily mile track. That is a quarter of the way to the North Pole!
Well done to Oak class who ran a staggering 461 laps , the most out of any class in the school!
Next week the trophy will be given to the most improved score! The trophy is on display in Oak class’s window.
Maybe try running an extra lap next week!
In October, we took part in a virtual tri-golf event. We were divided into three teams and our teams scores were added together and sent to the sports partnership leaders. We played against Divine Saviour, Abbots Langley and St. Paul’s…. and…. one of our teams won! Well done to Jack C, Daisy H, Anastasia N, Ben W, Maison S, Adam H, Peter H, Darcy G, Joseph N and Owain M!
Then, our results were compared to all schools in the Three Rivers Sports Partnership and …… our team won! Fantastic!! Well done!
The medals were sent into school and they have been quarantined for over 72 hours.
Today in Oak class we discussed being “United against Bullying” We spoke about why we were wearing odd socks and how positive it was to be different and unique. The children then designed an individual person to show how we are all different.
Well done to all who took part, a fantastic effort. We had the most entries out of all the schools in the partnership! Excellent!
Many children practising to get their highest score by the end of the week to enter the competition.
Well done Tom F for scoring 95, the highest in KS2, and Lexi H for scoring 72, the highest in KS1.