What a fantastic day, after making 4 different course throughout the morning and serving them up for a Kenyan style banquet I’m rather exhausted. Well done to all the children today for all trying something new and for really entering into the spirit of the day.
on the menu today was….
Starter: Watermelon and celery salad dressed with a cream cheese sauce
Main course: Goat Stew
Side Dish: Kale and tomato
Drinks: Kenyan fruit cocktail
A final thank you to all of the members of staff who made it possible with there help, Ms James, Ms Walker and Mrs Keyes.
Let me know what you enjoyed the most.
Today Eagles had the pleasure of working with Julie Fowler to create fantastic pieces of clay. The children worked hard throughout the afternoon to great there own very individual lion, inspired by the story ‘a rumble in the jungle’ and by all their recent work on Kenya. Check out the pictures to see how they got on.
Gastrells’ Y5/6 team today competed against Croft and Woodchester primary. Having only trained 4 times together and with many players new to the sport Gastrells performed excellently improving significantly throughout the two games, however they unfortunately came out on the wrong side of defeat in both games.
All the children played well with captain Erin leading the way in both defence and attack, Isla impressed showing boundless energy throughout and making numerous passes. Mea and Taibian showed that they were a force to be reckoned with in defence making several vital interceptions and finally a special mention to Kai, Gemma and Evie who all performed impressively for only their first game for Gastrells. Well done to all involved, see you all at training on Monday (or tomorrow morning), if anyone is keen to join netball club please see Mr Muskett.
Our Harvest assembly rap.
I was very proud of all of them for pulling out all the stops in a short period of time, well done.
We have been reading, editing and adapting our own scripts in drama this year. We have been studying tudor crimes and punishments and how these might occur in Tudor England.
I am thinking of a 2D shape, you need to work out what shape it is by asking questions about its properties for this weeks homework. Make sure you have read the previous comments before writing, I can only answer yes or no.
So over to you Eagles, what shape am I thinking of?
Not put off by either the rain clouds or a cancelled fixture the y5/6 football team enjoyed a thrilling match. With the squad split into two teams the match had everything a spectator could dream of, a penalty, crunching tackles and 2 great goals, well done to all involved.