All classes have been busy looking at the work by Miki de Goodaboom as their inspiration for their Take One Picture projects. Have a look at the work each class have created.
Yesterday all of our year 3’s, 4’s & 5’s went to Slimbridge and had a fantastic day. They did
Well done to the rounders team: Josh, Josh, Laurence, Jack, Campbell, Jai, Ellie, Ellie, Penny & Charlotte, who played against Nailsworth School this afternoon. They won convincingly 14 – 2 1/2 , and all played really well. They fielded and batted well, and took their chances!
It was also the small schools field district athletics jumping and throwing events this afternoon. We sent competitors from year 3, 4, 5 & 6.
Goshawks have been busy sewing their own hedgehogs – they look great?
Sparrowhawks and Ospreys have been ice skating this week as part of their Olympic work. Many children had not been ice skating before, but soon felt confident enough to let go of the side!!
Have you ever taken the time to stop and look at everything around you and the world you live in?
Maybe you should …year 5’s did.
Ruth Davey worked with the year 5’s last week to ‘Look Again’ at their surroundings – they produced some fantastic photography which is on display in school, and Ruth took some photographs of the children. Have a look. What were they looing at?
What a busy day.
We have been lucky enough to have had a visit from Doug Allan the wildlife photographer this morning (www.dougallan.com), and from Daphne Edwards with the Olympic Torch this afternoon.
Year 6 spent last week away on residential in Shropshire & had a fantastic timeand luckily they even managed to miss all the rainy weather.
Thank you to all of them for being a delightful bunch to take along, and a big thank you to the staff, Mr Muskett, Mrs Radway, Mr Godwin & Mrs Foulds, who went along with them.
Here are a few photographs – there will be more to come!
On the last day before half term, Goshawks went to Chippenham Folk Festival and had a fantastic day.
All the year 4’s in Goshawks have been busy learning about the White Ermine Moths, and will be fostering them over the weekend.