A huge congratulations to Ria, Imogen, Juliette, Freya, Millie and Josh who brought home the team bronze at yesterday’s gymnastics competition. They were all absolutely fantastic, showing great courage and determination when performing in from of a silent audience.
Well done to Josh (team captain), Uly, Daisy, Cate and Bernard (team mascot) for representing Gastrells todays in the annual nature quiz. After winning through to represent Gastrells after a tough selection process the four children faced a gruelling set of questions and eventually finished just behind Chalford in second place.
Have a go at answering some of the questions they faced today:
What colour is a mallards head?
What is the name of a male swan?
Congratulations to everyone in Eagles class who have recorded our best ever results in this years mock trial, with Gastrells A team finishing in 3rd and Gastrells B team just 0.5 of a point away in 4th out of 22 teams. To have both teams do so well is a great achievement and all of the children should be incredibly proud of themselves.
In addition to this Gastrells has won the court artist prize for a second year running with Neil Carmichael selecting Ellie’s picture of the court room and magistrates as the best in the entire competition.
On top of these 3 fantastic results, Isla & Henry were both shortlisted for the outstanding pupil award with Isla, who played the role of a magistrate being chosen as the overall winner, this is a truly incredible achievement to be selected out of over 250 children who entered this years mock trial.
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20 children from Goshawks enjoyed a superb evening of country dancing at Stratford Park tonight. Well done to all the parents for entering into the sprit of the festival and joining in with the final dance and a special thanks must go to Mrs Gillet for all her hard work in preparing the children for the evening.
A brilliant team performance from Gastrells year 5/6 (and 3 y4’s) tag rugby team lead to them convincingly beating Cashes Green and Bisley Bluecoat. Everyone involved showed excellent handling in tricky playing conditions with some fantastic offloads and interceptions, well done to everyone involved.