Hazel Class would just like wish all of our wonderful Mums a Happy Mother’s Day!
We hope you enjoy your treats.
Have a lovely weekend.
It was great to see so many brightly coloured eggs in 11V class this week. Students spent time designing and then drawing on their eggs, with great results. We had superheroes, funky characters and a few dedicated to the fabulous NHS. What eggcellent designs!
80 made an eggcellent effort decorating their individual eggs and personalized them to what they best enjoy playing such as mine craft, space, animals etc. There was some very creative thinking and problem solving linking to subjects such as math has Taylor Hutchinson said “The shape of my oval egg doesn’t match the sphere shape” he needed for the zero point as part of his favourite game. Whilst decorating they were relaxed and discussed personal interests between each other at the same time having a catch up with their friends.
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On return to school 80 were welcomed with a fresh fruit and pancake breakfast and the opportunity to catch up with their friends. As it was World Book Day also the staff team linked them together with other subjects on the time table to engage in reading favourite stories and an activity linked to it. Miss Oliver read The tiny seed and then the pupils planted Sunflower seeds to represent this and asked questions about the moral of the story. Bobby said ” It doesn’t matter if you are the weak seed, you can still grow and succeed”. Mrs Devlin read her favourite The Tiger came to tea and all the pupils enjoyed a healthy afternoon tea and relaxed colouring mindfulness colouring sheets and activities. A first day back was relaxed and everyone had fun with not a computer screen in sight!
Hazel class really enjoyed decorating their eggs today for the competition.
They decided what they wanted to create and requested the different equipment.
I am sure you will not need to be told who the different characters are but just in case, first up we have…
and finally Batman.
I think you will all agree they look brilliant.
Well Done Hazel Class!
Today secondary and primary Pupil Voice Reps met socially distanced to discuss rewards, well-being and feelings about being back to school. Lovely to see all the pupils working together and celebrating pupil achievements and promoting well-being and supporting others.