We all woke up to light dusting of snow this morning. Lovely cooked breakfast at 8.00am then onto the days activities which included; Rock Climbing, Giant Swing, Fencing and finally an Obstacle Course. A Bolognese for dinner and finally a crazy disco. See you all tomorrow. We will keep you updated regarding our arrival time.
We have had a fab day at Windmill Hill. Despite the cold everyone has shown great skill at archery and have overcome their fears of heights when accomplishing the Leap of Faith. Free time, a warm shower and then bed for another busy day tomorrow.
To celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 1st March we are
doing a variety of things... 1) Children are invited to dress up as their favourite story book character. 2) Book swap
Children should bring in a book(s) they no longer want and will be able to exchange it for another book in the afternoon. The success of this event is dependent upon the
number of books received. Please have a look during half term to see if there are any books you can donate. 3) Share a story is des
First we put our high vis jackets on. Next we went on the coach. It took 40 minutes. Then we were at the Horniman Museum. We went to the music room and then we went to see the fishes in the aquarium. Our favourite fish was the rainbow fish. We then washed our hands and had lunch- our favourite part! Then we went to the music garden. Then we went on the animal walk. We saw huge bunnies, sheep, a goat and llamas. Then we saw some shells. We saw a merman and then we saw a walrus
This week the children have been working hard to live up to the value: We try our best!
The children have been working hard to ensure that they always try their best!
Thank you to all the children and parents who entered our Values poster competition. It was so tricky choosing a winner as they were all different and fantastic. Our Competition winners for the Values posters are:
Gemstones: Penny Jensen, Emerald: Frankie Ewins, Ruby: Gabbie Jensen, Sapphire: Charlie Grace
This week, Sapphire went to Kent Life for a WWII experience.
First, we pretended we were evacuees and wrote letters home. We realised how sad we would
be to not see them in a long time.
Next we imagined we were in the RAF and learned how to use a protractor to find enemy RADAR.
This was really fun and we loved hearing about Spitfires and Messerschmitt’s.
After that, we made rag rugs: rugs that were made from rags. This was one of our favourite activities