Demon dentist!

Our new book for our latest theme is Demon Dentist by David Williams. The children are so hooked and loved making predictions about the plot and the characters. Here is some of their fabulous work.

Outside sketching!

We have kick started our new theme in class 12 ‘What keeps us alive?’

 

Yesterday, we took advantage of the little bit of sun we had in the afternoon and took our sketching outside. As you can see we have some fabulous art work of skeletons!

Green Top has got lots of Talent!

 

On Thursday 22nd March, we held our annual Green Top’s Got Talent event. There were 30 acts who took part in the auditions, performances and final show. We had an absolute treat of a show with various different acts including dancers, singers, boxing to music and gymnastics.

The winners were announced on the night, with Gwenyth, Megan and Emily receiving runners up awards and Tyler taking first place with his Ed Sheeran rendition.

We were overwhelmed by the confidence and attitude of everyone of our competitors and can’t wait to see what next year holds!

Thanks as always go to our judges and parents and carers for providing a great audience for the performers.

Well done guys!

Frog learning champions!

 

Well done to Rosie and Myles who are in the top 3 for the whole school on Frog Learning! All year 4 have worked super have to extend their learning at home and I am so proud! Please keep up the hard work! Who will be next terms winners?

Budgeting!

Today class 12 had the challenge of budgeting a food shop. We discussed how much a food shop might cost and what we would need. We then gave them a budget of £100 and they had to buy enough goods for themselves and their families. It’s safe to say there were lots of emptying of their ASDA baskets as they kept overspending but we had lots of great fun!

Aspirations week!

  • Yesterday in class we were discussing what we would like to be when we are older. Cyrus would like to own a pie shop and would love to share pies with the homeless to keep them warm on cold evenings. What a lovely reason Cyrus!

We are so proud of Max Pearson. Max was the editor of the Doncaster Rovers magazine ‘Donny Kicks’. Max created the questions and then interviewed his favourite player, James Coppinger. Max then used his writing skills to write up the interview before deciding on the layout of the article. Max also got to decide on the pictures for the article and had to create his own profile for the magazine. Well done Max, great real life learning.