Last term we faced the climbing wall and this term we faced the ice! All members of Malala class showed great resilience and courage whilst attempting to stay upright on the ice. It was very tricky but everyone managed to make it across the rink unaided at some point. There were lots of slips and […]Read More Growth mindset challenge
Malala class have had a fantastic return to school. We have been busy creating our classroom and embarking on our mission to infinity and beyond. We have had a number of new students start the new year with us and they have settled in very well due to the friendship shown by the existing members […]Read More Happy new year and welcome back!
It may still be November but Christmas Literacy begun in Year 5/6 today! The annual narrative rewrite of the 🥕 ‘Kevin the Carrot’ 🥕 Aldi advert started with an orientation session today. Children worked in groups to create the whole vegetable family. They then got creative with a Thesaurus and found synonyms to describe the […]Read More Christmas Literacy
We were so lucky to have a theatre company come into school on our first day back after October half term. They performed ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ which both staff and children thoroughly enjoyed! In Year 5/6, children used the play as inspiration for writing and they worked incredibly hard in our Literacy lessons to […]Read More A Midsummer Night’s Dream🎭
The children visited Wicksteed Park yesterday to attend a safety workshop. The children learnt about: fire and water safety; the dangers of solvents; cyber safety; how to resuscitate someone and also how to stay safe when near HGV vehicles. It was a fantastic day and the children were extremely mature when facing some difficult subjects. […]Read More Safety workshop
Yesterday in Key Stage 2, children took part in our first inter-house sport competition of the academic year. House captains did a fantastic job recruiting players for their football teams; it was an enjoyable enjoyable afternoon for players and spectators. It was great to see the value of unity being shown amongst the houses. Fotheringhay […]Read More Inter-house Football
William Knibb class did some great gymnastics in our PE lesson today! They have got the hang of the 5 shapes from the blue dice (star, straight, tuck, pike and straddle) so they were challenged to add the pink dice of ‘pathways’ into their routines too. We look forward to perfecting them after half term […]Read More Real Gymnastics 🤸🏽♀️🤸🏾♂️