On Tuesday, the whole class travelled the Leeds Beckett University playing field to enjoy a day full of sports. The day involved both track and field events, including old favourites, such as egg and spoon race, 100m sprint and relays.
4K absolutely loved the day and not only got involved, but supported their peers, friends, as well as supported anyone in their house team.
In 4K, the winner was Turnberry, but in the KS2 competition, the winners were…
Well done to all those that took part. Here are some of John’s amazing snaps from the day:
What a lovely day and how lucky were we with the sun coming out around midday!
Last week, we started to look at different artists interpretations of the Pentecost. We look at five main pieces of artwork and examined which parts of the Pentecost narrative were prominent in these pictures and picked out any symbolism we could see. The children then presented their ideas.
Turning on the subtitles while children are watching television can double the chances of a child becoming good at reading. It’s so brilliantly simple and can help children’s literacy so much that we want to shout it from the rooftops!
This week, we challenged ourselves to retell the first chapter of Moby Dick, of by heart. The children were fully engaged with coming up with the actions, and making a brief story map to help guide them through. Take a look at how we did!