This week year 5 have been looking at Inuit artwork and have started to create their own versions of polar animals using 3 or 4 colours and copying the designs and patterns.
Poor Tinsel got himself in a bit of bother when Mistletoe, Year 5’s cheeky Elf, tried to fire him from our cannon. Luckily Tinsel escaped. We are all now wondering what he will get up to tonight!
Mistletoe the Elf has come to visit us (thank you Rosie for bringing her in!). She went missing this morning and was spotted teasing the year 2 Elf (Tinsel)… Fortunately Tinsel managed to escape. Let’s hope she behaves herself tonight…
On Friday, Mr Summerfield and Mrs Hughes took the girls football team to a tournament at Minterne. They played brilliantly and managed to finish 3rd. Below are some photos from the event.
On Saturday, the boys football team competed in the Minterne football tournament. They played really well in their tournament together. Below are some photos from the competition.
Birch class have been working hard on their resilience since the start of the year; this has been particularly relevant on the daily mile… On day 1 of term 1, seven children in the class completed the daily mile in under 15 minutes. Today, all 30 children were in class. ALL thirty children completed the … Continue reading
Last Thursday, we went to a tag-rugby festival at Sittingbourne Rugby Club. Both teams performed well and were presented with their medals in assembly this week.
Year 5 had a great time on Friday creating spider treats for Macmillan. We had lots of fun trying to work out how to make the most realistic looking creatures from the ‘ingredients’. Some were a bit scarier than others! Well done Year 5 🙂
On Wednesday, we took 16 pupils over to the Oasis Academy to participate in a cross country event. Every child performed superbly, but a special mention to Olivia in Y5, who came 2nd and Dylan in Y3 who won his race! Below are some photos of the event.
On Friday, we braved the heat and ran outside (some dressed up as fairies!) all in aid of Race For Life! The children were superb in their efforts for Cancer Research. Below are some photos of the event.