Multi Sports Event
On Thursday we had lots of fun at Maiden Castle taking part in a range of multi sports. We enjoyed tag rugby, fitness, football and dodge ball sessions. We were all worn out afterwards as we had worked very hard!
Games Leadership Session
Today 9 children from class 4 came to class 3 to test out their leadership skills. They worked with Mr Beveridge to set up a range of games to develop lots of different skills. They planned a warm up, main game and cool down.
Class 3 children had lots of fun playing all the different activities that were set up. Class 4 children did an amazing job and were especially fantastic at telling the younger children what they had done well and how they could improve next time.
Well done to all!
Cricket taster session
On Friday we were lucky enough to have Darren in school from All Stars Cricket club at Chester Le Street. We have loads of fun working with him to begin to develop our cricket skills. Darren also did an assembly with the whole school and told us how we can join the club if we like. Please find the link below.
In Class 3 we have learnt all about habitats during our science work. We have talked about how animals and plants adapt to their habitats. Do you like our animal masks. Can you guess what we are?
A massive well done to Lexie B in our class. She was a runner up in the Vision for Education Creative Writing Competition. Eloise from the supply agency came into school to present Lexie with her Easter Egg. Lexie wrote an Easter poem all about chicks. Well done Lexie we are super proud of you!
Internet Safety Coffee Morning
This week Class 4 children helped Mr Beveridge with his multi skills session. They set up lots of different SAQ activities and helped the younger children to play the games.
Animal Antics Visit
On Monday Stef from Animal Antics cam to school to show us some weird and wonderful animals! We all loved looking at and learning about the different animals she brought. Some of us were very brave and even had a hold of some of the gorgeous animals.
Here is what Oliver had to say about the visit ….
When the animal antics were here they had a beaded dragon. You could hold a worm in front of it and the dragon would eat it with his tongue.
Our school nurse, Mrs Redhead, visited us in school to tell us all about the importance of washing our hands. She told us when we must wash our hands and also a little song to sing whilst doing so. She also let us use a super cool machine to see if we were good at washing our hands! We saw all of the germs that we had missed! Yuk!
Lacie Mae’s dance award.
It seems we have a class full of such talented dancers! Well done to Lacie Mae on achieveing not, not two but THREE dance awards in October! Wow! What a fabulous achievement. We are looking forward to seeing your dance moves! You will have to teach the rest of us how to move! Wonderful news Lacie Mae!
We enjoyed a fun filled day of Pudsey activities whilst helping to raise money for Children in Need. The whole school came dressed in something spotty. In class 3 we then had fun making spotty headbands and making biscuits too. then we joined the rest of the school to take part in a dodge ball match. What a busy day!
Brooke’s Dance award.
Well done to Brooke on achieving her first certificate in dance. We are super proud of Brooke as she has just recently started a dance class and already she is winning worker of the week! Fantastic! Keep up the hard work!
Ava’s Dance Award.
A huge well done to Ava! She achieved a 95 in her dance exam! Just amazing! This is what she had to say.
As soon as I went into the studio I waited for my turn to dance. When it was my turn I needed to go in my ballroom practise room. I saw the examiner, she was called Joyce Parry. She was very nice. The dances that I did were Waltz, old time waltz, cha. cha, cha and bus stop live. When I went into the room I saw lots of signs. I felt scared at first but after I felt amazing!
On Wednesday 12 children from class 3 and 4 attended a Key Stage 2 Cross Country event. They did us proud! Even in the cold and rain they ran as fast as they could and competed against much bigger schools. They showed determination the whole time! Well done!
Poppy’s Swimming award.
We are very proud of Poppy in class 3. She has worked hard at her swimming and has achieved a fantastic award!
Here is what she had to say….
I had to swim 4 lengths but I could not touch the wall. the 2 other people watched me if I touched the wall. It was really hard to swim 4 lengths without stopping.
29th September 2017
Egg Head Challenge
As part of our whole school bike safety day Class 3 took part in a helmet safety session with Jen. We had a talk about the importance of wearing a helmet when riding our bikes then had the opportunity to design a helmet.
We had to make sure the egg was protected in case he fell off his bike. Unfortunately not all of the eggs survived!
We had lots of fun!
14th September 2017
Walk around Nettlesworth
Today we went for a walk around the village as part of our Geography work. We looked for signs of technology in our local area. We saw lots of examples and were even lucky enough to bump into the post lady who was using a hand held device!
Oliver had drawn a map for us so we followed it carefully and plotted all the technology we found. We are now very good at following a map!