I am having a lovely evening looking through the fantastic work produced by the children whilst learning about black history. I was, once again, blown away by the maturity of their conversation about difficult subjects. I am going home for the weekend as a proud teacher! Please ask them more about their learning!
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.
Well done to Cody B for coming second out of the 96 entries across the sports partnership with a time of 17 mins 23secs.
Yesterday Ash Class discovered a range of Dinosaurs that had been frozen in ice. We discussed how ice is formed and together came up with a plan to free the dinosaurs. The children came up with ideas of places where we could place the frozen dinosaurs and predicted what one would free the dinosaurs first. The children chose to leave one in the classroom, two were held by each child and one went under warm water. The warm water melted first! Mercedes wanted to smash the ice – we are going to do this next week to see if it’s even quicker! We will let you know!
The children knew that outside would take the longest because it is cold.