Our children have had a wonderful week, fully immersing themselves into our explore curriculum, learning new Geographical skills and knowledge through arts, music, storytelling and film.
Our youngest children have travelled all the way to Japan, Y1/2 down under to Australia, Y3/4 to the Amazon and Y5/6 journeyed west to North America. It’s no wonder we’re all so tired after our travels.
Today in our celebration assembly many children were recognised for their excellent geographical knowledge, learning and knowledge work.
Laci-Ann, Casey and Lola said, “We have had a different, exciting week. It’s definitely something we’d like to do again. It was fun to create structures including making the Northern Lights, Mount Rushmore, the White House, the wind and tornadoes in art.”
“I enjoyed making the culture – like the Statue of Liberty and New York City from Lego,” commented Albert.
“Our producer was really friendly helped and supported us; he encouraged me to try something different,” said Seb.
We are also very proud of our Y2 dodgeball team who came second out of ten teams in a competition at Belper Leisure Centre on Monday. Thank you to all for your excellent sportsmanship.
Huge congratulations to Quinn, who is the first of our mini leaders to compete the first 10 hours of the sports leadership course. All our Y5/6 leaders are making a huge difference on our playground.
Wishing you a great weekend.