I accompanied Year 4 to Portsmouth to see the Mary Rose. I had a great time and I LOVED the cannons – BOOM!
I was also invited to the Harvest Assembly! Lots of delicious food for Besom – it made me feel rather hungry – that stone soup sounded rather delicious!
This morning Reverend Nicole from St Michael’s Church, Camberley, was our special visitor for our Harvest Assembly. The children had bought in food donations for the BESOM Trust in Camberley who support those locally who are in need of food. He told the story of ‘Stone Soup’ and the children all sang a Harvest hymn….
Today some Year 5 boys took me along to the ISA London West Biathlon hosted by Hurst Lodge School. I was so pleased that the sun decided to shine as it was really pouring with rain when I woke up this morning. The boys competed whole-heartedly as well as making sure that I didn’t get…
Six Year 5s took on the challenge of competing in the Year 6 age category at this year’s London West ISA Biathlon championships at Hurst Lodge School. With age, size and strength stacked against them they fought gallantly to be competitive with the rest. Full results are to be confirmed but the boys all gave…
Children in Year 5 and 6 enjoyed part 2 of their NSPCC workshop yesterday; they met buddy and shared their ideas about what is okay and not okay and what to do if they felt something was ‘not okay’. The children were all very enthusiastic and were very grown-up as they discussed some tricky issues.
I had a great time at the Rural Life Centre with Year 6 yesterday. I played with the Victorian toys and even got dressed up as a Victorian schoolboy; but the teacher was ever-so strict – it was a bit scary!
Year 6 had a fantastic time at the Rural Life Centre yesterday. The children had a talk about levers and pulleys, where they found out that they could lift a heavy cart with one hand just by using a lever. Later they dressed up as Victorian girls and boys and went to the Victorian schoolroom….
Year 5 & 6 had a visitor from the NSPCC for a presentation about Childline and how to stay safe and happy. They met Buddy – the mascot for Childline – and will be taking part in a follow up workshop next week.
Year Three had a lovely visit to Bignor Roman Villa on Monday despite the occasional rain shower. The children dressed up as Roman citizens, whilst some were rich Romans other were lowly slaves! The children were given a tour of the villa in the morning and saw the amazing mosaics, a hypocaust and the Roman…