'Thursday has seen our children show courage, teamwork and incredibly good manners. Our activities have included Giant Swing, Challenge Course and Jacobs Ladder. Achievements have been Hannah learning to ride a bike in less than an hour flat, Mrs F learning to stand up on her bike, and Matthew splashing every single member of his group in canoeing! The children have encouraged every member of their team in every activity and have so clearly shown that 'We all look after each other'. We've had an amazing day, amazing dinner and are just wrapping up warm and heading out for a camp fire for our last night here.
See you tomorrow! Mrs F
'Another brilliant day at PGL. The weather has been fantastic, and the children even better! An exciting day was had starting with cooked breakfast ( we could get used to this!) Plenty of fun was had raft building and resulted in some happy but soggy children and teachers. Our children have yet again blown me away with their courage and determination facing the climbing walls and trapeze. Dinner was wolfed down and enjoyed by everyone, and the evening finished with a energetic game of Capture the Flag. The children are heading for an early night, exhausted but happy. Another good day.'
'We've had an amazing day! Groups have had taken part in some fantastic activities and shown brilliant team work. They have shown such care and compassion with each other, I am so proud to be their teacher.
Dinner was as usual delicious and all the children have eaten for England! Night 2, and after a game of Ambush - hide and seek in the dark- the children were in bed and asleep by 10.00pm. No tears - not even from the staff.
Our children have been complimented on their manners by staff from other schools. You should all be so proud of them.'
'We had a great dinner (on real plates! 'How weird', said James) followed by really good activities and Robot Wars.
The children were all in bed and quiet by 9:30pm and asleep by 10.00pm and so were some staff!
We've just had an amazing cooked breakfast and are heading out for a day of fun activities such as abseiling and archery.
All is well. The children are happy.'
6F week 3 19th – 23rd September 2016
Star of the week- Dakota Skuse
This week in maths we have done the bus stop method for division,and it was very tricky at first then everyone got it at the end. In Literacy we have learned about the Stone age the story we have been learning about is The Stone Age boy. In art we have taken some pictures of ourselves and then put it on a pieces of paper and drew what we would have looked like in the Stone age. On Monday, a man called Mark Griffiths came in and showed us a puppet show. The puppet show was about ‘there is gold in you and there is gold in me’ in assembly we are thinking about thankfulness.
In a few weeks we are going to PGL it will be so much fun.
Yet another fantastic week in Year 6. Thank you SOOO much to all of you who made the meeting on Thursday, it was so lovely to see you all. Hopefully everyone is busy collecting their kit ready for PGL. If anyone is struggling with certain items please let me know. Also, the new Reading Records seem to be going down well. Keep encouraging your children to read; read to them, with them or even take the time to read a book/magazine/newspaper yourself to show them modelled reading- Tell I said you could as your homework!!