Each child of the class chose (by lucky dip) one of the teams contesting in the World Cup, which began yesterday. For this week’s homework, the children have been asked to prepare a talk, no longer than two minutes, on their chosen country.
These talks will be delivered next Friday morning, 22nd June.
The children enjoyed their morning – considering the art work of Sophie Ryder and making their own sketches from what they saw.
This was the question that the children set to answer on Tuesday morning…
Today, the boys enjoyed five games of cricket: winning two of their first three matches to gain a place in the Quarter Finals. However, facing Saltford was always going to be an uphill task, and despite the team’s best efforts we lost. All the boys enjoyed the day and everyone had the chance to improve their batting, bowling and fielding skills.
Their task was to see what one could do to prevent apples from turning brown.
Kestrel class have been busy recently…. The year 5s have enjoyed creating
‘origami’ Viking ships, while the year 6s enjoyed drama, re-creating a ‘mock’ performance of a talent show – along with an audience and opinionated judges!