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We are often inviting parents in to school, for pupils to show off their work. Years 5 and 6 have spent the Spring term learning about World War 1 as their Mantle of the Expert topic. To end their topic, pupils performed some drama activities for their parents, and also decided in groups on something they wanted to share with pupils and show off. These ranged from pupils creating their own WW1 games, selling trench cake, creating PowerPoints with information about WW1 and sho
Today the Sports Captains received the Play Maker award. The lady who came to assess the award, was happy that their booklets had been filled in and enjoyed looking at photos, showing what the children had been up to. Next time she comes to school, she will be asking pupils to show her what they have been doing. Hopefully they will receive the Bronze A ward during the Summer Term.
Mother's Day lunch was a success. Mrs Jones, the cook fed lots of mothers on two separate occasions. Year 6 helped out as waiters and waitresses. As a reward, they were given a special lunch in The Zone, to say thank you for all of their hard work.
The Sports Captains have been working very hard to ensure lots of sports are taking place in school. They attended Sports Ambassador training and are hoping to achieve the Active Play Maker Award. They have been doing things like warm ups during PE lessons and helping to set up equipment, as well as running their own games and attending School Council meetings.