Drum roll please.....we have the announcement for the winning House Team for the Appleton Sports Shield for 2019/2020. We have added up the points from all of our Interhouse Competitions throughout the year and the winners are...St Giles Green Team!
As we were unable to take part in our annual Sports Evening this year due to Lockdown, we continued with our physical activity at home. We took part in National School Sports Week where there were lots of different challenges to try which were organised by the Youth Sport Trust and Sky Sports. Children and families across the country took part and it was great to see so many of our school community getting involved. Well done to each and every one of you for showing excellent commitment to being physically active and supporting our work as an Active School. Take a look at some of the photos from the challenges:
Today we took part in some sports races on our running track. It was great to have a try at some of the races that we would usually have done at our annual Sports Evening. Thank you to Lyla who was our class photographer for these events.
Our National School Sports Week Challenge for today was Fast Feet. We had to dribble a ball around a cone as many times as we could in 60 seconds. Take a look at how we got on:
Today Pod 1a had a go at the Swipe and Swap Challenge from National School Sport Week. We had to move objects from one cone to the other just by using our feet. We thought that this challenge was lots of fun!
Today we took part in the Cool Catcher and the Race Across the River challenges. Take a look at how we got on.
We have had a great start to our active challenges for National School Sport Week. We took part in two challenges today-Quick Start and Speed Bounce. Take a look at how we got on:
We had great fun today covering our tables in shaving foam so that we could do our Phonics activity using our writing fingers rather than a pen/ pencil. We did so well with our writing that we even had some extra time to play in the foam. Take a look at our super foamy phonics:
It was a very exciting day today as we welcomed back our first group of Year 1 pupils into school after lockdown. We had a great time settling back into our new classroom, catching up with our friends and doing some fun learning activities. We also had lots of play time outside too. Take a look at some of the things that we did today:
As part of our work on about the Christian Easter Story, we focused on the symbol of the egg and why that is important in representing new life at Easter time. We looked at a variety of decorated eggs then used craft materials to decorate one of our own. Take a look at our creations:
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