Monthly Archives: November 2017
In our workshop we needed to solve seven codes.
We were on a secret mission! One of the tasks was in a secret cupboard and next was the broken school. This was like a puzzle made out of glass – it was quite easy and the code was B2. At the end we had a mission in a train station and the code was C2. We solved all the puzzles and we saved the school – hooray!
During maths week we went to a workshop. There were 7 codes. There was the farm, the train, the broken school and the wrecked mansion. There was also a professor’s lab and a hospital where we had to weigh packages to balance the scales and get the code. My favourite was the farm because I was the leader and we solved it!
In the end, we saved the school. Aren’t we clever?!
Timmy (Birch Class)
We had the BEST disco EVER!
When I first got there I went to look around and guess what I found? I FOUND A WHOLE CLASSROOM FILLED WITH SWEETS AND CAKE! My friends and I had to go in a competition where you had to pass a balloon to the end of the line. There were two teams; the first team was Miss Sampson’s and the second team was Mr Brecknell’s. Mr Brecknell’s team won obviously because I was in his team and I win everything!
The School disco was so COOL!
I have news everybody! Mariyah (Willow Class) has found the best book, ever! Here’s what she thinks about it…. (Ms S)
The best book ever, by Katherine Rundell, has just been published! It is called The Explorer which I recommend to children and adults between 8 and 20 years old.
It is about 4 children who crash in to the Amazon Rainforest and come across many problems; such as what are they going to eat or drink? All four of the children Fred, Con and siblings Max and Lila, all want to get to Manus. But how are they going to get there?
This fascinating book is all about adventure. If you like the books The Girl of Ink and Stars or Murder Most Unladylike this is definately the book for you! Three words to describe this book is fascinating, amazing and adventurous. You can read this book as a printed version or on a kindle (a digital device where you can read books). I recommend this book to children who are confident readers. However, anyone can enjoy it; you can ask an adult (or even your teacher) to read it to you!
I hope you enjoy it. If you read it, tell me what you think! Mariyah.
On Monday 9th October 2017, Year 4 went on a trip to Wild Child. If you went to Kingswood you stayed 2 days but in Wild Child we slept for 1 day. If you came to our assembly you would have seen pictures, videos and birthday videos of all the fun we had!
On Tuesday 10th October 2017, it was my birthday, In the middle of the night I was cold and there were spiders everywhere. In the morning we packed our stuff and we ate breakfast. We played activities then went home.
Thank you to our teachers!
On our school trip we made shelters. Some were big and some were small. Mine was really small because we had small logs. Then we had lunchtime and then playtime.
It was REALLY fun and I climbed to the top of a tree! I was swinging on it like Tarzan!
Our trip was so much fun! Our teachers put us in groups and we made shelters out of logs. This was what people lived in in the Stoneage. After lunch we made fires by making sparks with a metal rod and a sharp rock. Next, we made houses but this time out of animal skin.
After that, we made symbols! We got coal, smashed it on to rocks then put symbols on the trees.
We really had a good time! Thank you to our teachers for taking us there.