UNCRC Article 31 – leisure, play and artistic culture
A fabulous well done to Jenson and Nolan who have been very busy outside of school achieving certificates for swimming and reading.
Well done to all our children who have been super excited in the lead up to their residential at Robinwood. We arrived safe and sound, had lunch then straight into an action packed afternoon.
We’ve tackled the Giant Swing; Crate-Challenge ; Caving; Raft-Building; Trapeze; Climbing and finished the day off by beating the teachers in our Team Challenge.
Fabulous Rights Respecting Gold children.
My favourite part was the giant swing. I was excited and I got to pull Pooh Bear! The food is excellent. Alfie
I enjoyed the caving because we played lots of games. The piranha pool was also brilliant because I liked the end part where we had to cross the log; I got soaked! Harrison
I really enjoyed the piranha pool because we were trying to solve lots of problems as a team. Also, the Giant Swing was class. The food is really nice. Harry
I really enjoyed the piranha pool because I like solving problems as a team and working together to complete the challenge. The food is lovely. Peyton
What a wonderful treat we had today when we welcomed the Durham Music Services Brass Band into school. We were introduced to a variety of instruments including: French Horn; Cornet; Trumpet…and we’re given a demonstration as to how they sounded individually and part of an entire band.
We all believe that our children have been inspired by the musicians and we could have future career prospects in the making.
Once again, outstanding rights respecting gold ethos by all our children and staff – a truly wonderful afternoon. Well done everyone.