On Monday Year 6 went on a trip to a museum. We took the District Line to Sloane Square. This fascinating museum is in Chelseaand the train journey was about an hour and a half. After walking about 5-10 minutes we reached the museum. We were excited but exhausted as well. Once inside Sycamore and Spruce was split up into two different groups. Spruce started at the workshop. Their task was to make a tea without any sort of liquid with a robotic device as an arm. At the same time, Sycamore explored the ground floor and first floor of the excellent museum fascinated by their wonders. An hour and a half later, we had lunch Once lunch was finished Sycamore and Spruce swapped activities.
Miss Brown’s maths class came a fantastic 2nd in the UK Sumdog competition last week. Over 3000 classes took part and over a million questions were answered! With an average score of 827/1000 they were only a few points off of the overall winners! All of the children are looking forward to the next competition and this time they are even more determined to claim the top spot!
This week, Bella, our gorgeous school dog, has been out in the sunshine at lunchtime to meet the children. Everyone loved spending time with her, even those who were a little nervous to start with. As you can see, Bella really enjoyed all of the attention.
On Saturday Mrs. Sale and Mrs. Woods took 4 of our children to the BAFTA Cinema to see the screening of the first 4 episodes of the Night Zookeeper. They had a special invitation from the Night Zookeeper himself. Two of our children had designed characters which appeared in Episode 2 and Episode 3. The characters were the Guardian of Green which was a panda and the Guardian of Yellow which was a Monkey. Lindsey Russell (Presenter on Blue Peter) was the host. The actors of the show came on stage and the children in the audience could ask them questions. Our children were asked up on the stage for some fun activities and one of our children was also interviewed regarding his character. All in all, it was a brilliant day
WE Ambassadors went to Wembley Arena on Wednesday for the WE Day event. It was an amazing day full of guest speakers, pop stars, dancers and people that have made a difference. Prince Harry also attended the concert and gave an inspirational speech, Meghan also joined him on stage too! Other highlights of the day were performances from Tom Walker, Jack and Jack and Pixie Lott.
The key messages from the day were ‘never to give up’, ‘believe in yourself’ and ‘remember you can make a difference in the world.’