This week, we have been incredibly proud of each and every one of you for coping so brilliantly with our home learning! It was incredibly difficult to choose our Pupils of the Week but we have managed to come to a decision.
From Pankhurst Class, Miss Facey would like to nominate Frankie for the Christian Values of endurance and wisdom. Frankie has worked incredibly hard this week and has taken on new challenges with enthusiasm. He has completed all of our home learning tasks to the best of his ability and has given his best effort, even when tackling tricky fractions! I was particularly impressed with his emotive diary entry as Robert Falcon Scott and didn't want it to end!
Keep up the hard work, Frankie! You should be very proud of yourself! :)
From Hawking Class, Mr Catchpole would like to nominate Grace and Rebekah as joint pupils of the week. They have been selected for the Christian Values of endurance and service. Both girls have worked hard all week and are nearly always the first to send their e-mails with their finished work. They have coped really well with home learning and have produced some pieces of work that they should be truly proud of, especially their diary entries written as Robert Falcon Scott, which were incredibly emotive and contained lots of fantastic vocabulary.
Well done girls and thank you for working so hard this week! I can't wait to see what you produce next!
For today's English, we would like you to read some information about Anti-Bullying Week. Please work your way through the PowerPoint below and complete the task on the final slide. It is entirely up to you how you create your poster. You may want to do it on the computer! Please keep it safe and bring it into school when we return so that we can put your work up on display in the Computer Suite.
We are really looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
We have also uploaded our Odd Socks activity so that you can design your own pair of odd socks to celebrate Anti-Bullying Week.