The Masked Reader is finally here!
Can you guess which teacher is hiding under each mask?
Submit your answers below – good luck!
Google form link: https://forms.gle/kdMUworETPT1wbCQA
Join in with our March reading challenge by helping us to earn 250,000 reading minutes between now and 26th March!
Log how many minutes you have read this week at home!
Don’t log the minutes you have read in school as your teachers have done this for you!
The link to the Google form is here: https://forms.gle/jj31KPb8wnbdEZLT6
Here is a sneak peek of our Masked Reader!
Coming 4th March …
Throughout March, as a school we are planning to walk from John o Groats to Lands end and back! That’s 1,748 miles!
If my calculations are correct as a school we only need to do 110,505 steps a day! Easy!
So charge up your fit bits and smart watches and get your walking shoes ready!
At the end of the week complete the google form that I have attached to this blog and we will record your steps. There will be weekly prizes in school for most steps in a week and all school staff will be getting involved too.
Good luck and I hope you enjoy the challenge 🙂
The castles are taking shape now and are beginning to look authentic as the details are being added to their models.
I hope you’re as impressed as me…I can’t wait to finish and evaluate their products against their original designs!
Great work crewShaw!
Fantastic individual and personal castle designs have come to life in class 9 this afternoon. Not only were they using their dt skills but they were also using what they had learnt in their history case study to talk about the features that they needed to include, such as ramparts, drawbridges, battlements, arrow slits and towers.
Their designs look fantastic and we can’t wait to finish them off tomorrow!
Well done crew
Mrs Shaw x
As part of mental health and well being week last week Key Stage 1 enjoyed learning a dance that has gone viral and really wanted to do their own…who are we to let them down 🙂
So, we have an end of term video that Key Stage 1 would love to share with you.
Thank you to children at home and in school and to parents and carers for all of your hard work and supporting school in everything we do.
Have a lovely half term
Mrs Shaw and your Key Stage 1 crew
class 9 were very excited to receive some cards from children in reception today, as part of the EYFS expedition. They have been learning about mental health and well being and have certainly put a smile on our faces with their beautiful cards. We can’t wait until we can thank them in person too.
Mrs Shaw x
Have a look at Emilea’s video too! We are so proud of how hard she has worked 🙂
Emilea has completed some further study of her own, following on from the learning she has been doing in case study 1 and case study 2 in expedition.
She has remembered to design a castle with original features , such as battlements, windows and arrow slits.
On top of this she has included a working drawbridge using a pulley system, which we have been researching and critiquing during our design and technology lessons.
Fantastic work Emilea
Mrs Shaw x