Sparrowhawks are preparing with Mrs. Gillet for a display of country dancing for our class assembly on Friday 7th October.
What a fantastic day today was! Great to see so many children enjoying their ‘olympic’ events this morning followed by some superb races this afternoon.
Thanks must go to all the children for competing so hard and in good spirits on a scorching hot day also to all the sports leaders, teachings and helpers who made it possible and to all the parents for their support throughout the day!
Congratulations to all of those children who scored the most points in their year and a big congratulations to all the children in Selsley who wrestled back the shield after Haresfield after a 4 year winning streak!
On Thursday 30 children from years 2-6 represented Gastrells in dance and gymnastics in the fantastic setting of Gloucester Cathedral at the School Games Celebration ceremony. All of the children were a credit to Gastrells and performed brilliantly. Well done to all involved!
Today 6 children represented Gastrells at the Panathlon Challenge at Stroud Leisure centre.
The challenge is a series of skill stations based on inclusive sports such as Boccia, New Age Kurling, football and Table Cricket. Others include activities are aimed at developing key fundamentals such as running, jumping, throwing, and target-based games. The team had to collect points from each activity station.
Well done to all the children involved, they performed brilliantly winning a bronze medal after finishing 3rd.
We were really excited to go back on the Forest School site today.It has been very slippery after the bad weather so we have been going for walks instead. It was good to be able to climb, build dens, hammer in stakes and do some swinging today. We had lots of fun even though it was cold and frosty. We put fleeces on and Jasper said he was wearing 6 layers!
What a superb day! Starting with an early start, leaving school at 8am, we arrived at the Natural History museum at 10.30am where we spent 3 and half hours enjoying and engaging withthe museum displays.At 1pm we left theNHMfor a quick tour around London taking in the sights of Buckingham Palace, Westminster,Big Ben and the London Eye (I was particularly impressed with our tour guide!)Following this we headed to Drury Lane and theTheatre Royal where we found our seats towatch the sensational Charlie and Chocolate Factory.After a mesmerising performance we headed back to the coach and made our way back to Gloucestershire entertained all the way by radio Edie. I hope you all had an excellent day, thank you for making it such a brilliant trip!
Here are some of our highlights…
‘When Charlie got the golden ticket’ – James
‘The theatre was the best😀😄😆’ – Alex
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Great work Peregrines!
Yesterday we performed our paired routines to the Owls, we were a little nervous but loved being able to show all of our hard work and the Owls were really impressed. After our performance, we had the opportunity to watch the Ospreys perform their routines and they were fantastic. We hope we will be just as good as them when we become Ospreys in September!