Another busy week has flown by. On Wednesday KS2 pupils were coached in netball, and quickly grasped the rules. We are hoping to paint our own netball court on the playground next week - weather permitting!
On Friday, our week ended with "Jeans for Genes Day", when the children wore denim for the day, and contributed to our collection for this worthy cause.
The foundation subject this week has been art. Younger children became Klee and Kandinsky as they investigated circles, spirals and spheres. They studied the inside and outside of fruits and vegetables, and agreed that they liked the smell of the red cabbage best, while the red onion made them tearful! Older children considered emerging forms, and linked their collage and sculpture to their non-fiction literacy theme of "Big Cats". You wouldn't believe what emerged from lions' mouths!!
On Monday we will be holding our A.G.M for the H.S.A. Please come along and give support.