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!
Teachers enjoy learning new things too! Today staff were learning more about robotics and coding using microbits.
Y1,2 3 and 4 pupils had the opportunity to take part in a gymnastics competition. We had been practising at lunchtime and entertaining the pupils in the packed lunch hall. They were extremely excited. It was our first time attending this event and we didn’t know what to expect. We took part in the vault and floor routines. We tried really hard and Y1/2 came 5th and Y3/4 came 8th. Well done children!
Y4 went to the indoor athletics and worked extremely hard in the track and field events. The boys came 4th and the girls came first!! Well done girls!
The girls team are now through to the sports partnership final at Royal Masonic on Thursday. We will keep you posted!
Good luck girls!
On Tuesday 4th February, two football teams went to Parmiters to play in a tournament. Both teams played amazingly well with huge amounts of effort and team spirit. They did us all proud. Well done to all the girls. Well done to Team A who are through to the finals on Thursday 27th February. Good luck!
Rowan class were split into teams either for giving homework or against giving homework. Each team wrote their persuasive arguments to try and plead their cases. If an opinion or argument was shared the other team tried to counter act their reasoning. Wonderful debating! I can see some future solicitors or public speakers in our midst.😄
Rowan are refining their hockey skills today. They have been perfecting our passing skills. 🏑
Rowan were treated to a lovely visit from Mrs Waters. She spoke about her experiences of celebrating Hanukkah. She read prayers and sung songs from her prayer book (Siddur). Thank you for your visit Mrs Waters.
Fifteen children from years 5 and 6 visited Leavesden Country Park to participate in the interview process for a new Park ranger. The children participated enthusiastically, enjoyed their visit considerably and were a credit to our school.