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A huge well done to the boys football team tonight! They played against Wygate and won 4-1 ⚽️ It was a great match! We are very proud and they are super proud of themselves too! 👍🏻 The children are looking forward to their next match against Gosberton Clough and Risegate on Monday.
On Tuesday afternoon, the whole school sat down to watch a pantomime rendition of Pinocchio. We had some brave children volunteer themselves for parts in the show and some even had their own lines! The whole school helped the actors by learning and performing songs alongside them during the show. Throughout the performance, we learnt that when Pinocchio began to be honest and good, he was able to achieve everything he wanted. The school would like to say a massive thank you to the Image Musical Theatre for their impressive performance and to the children for there participation and enjoyment.
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Children in Portugal and Finland classes had a fantastic morning taking part in an orienteering challenge. Teamwork and resilience was shown to find clues using careful map skills. Two children even found some books during their adventure! Well done to all children involved!
On Monday morning, Cuba class attended a Rainforest Roadshow at Wygate Park Academy. We were lucky enough to see and feel different rainforest animals, wear their jewellery and play different instruments they had made using plants and seeds around the rainforest. We learnt about Paragua who was from a tribe in the rainforest, we learnt about his way of life and how he survived in the rainforest. Did you know it would take him three days to walk to the nearest shop? He had to hunt for his food and use the natural resources around him to help him. He even caught piranhas for his dinner and used their teeth as scissors. We learnt lots of different information and we can’t wait to learn more about the rainforest later this week!
The year 6 librarians held their first Library Club session at lunch time today and it was a huge success! Many children in Cuba class went along to share stories, talk about their favourite books and relax. The year 6 pupils are looking forward to holding more library club sessions every lunch time (one class per lunch time):
Monday- Finland Class
Tuesday- Cuba Class
Wednesday- Tanzania Class
Thursday- Thailand Class
Friday- Portugal Class
Every pupil is welcome to come along and explore the range of books that the library has to offer!
On Wednesday 20th March 2019, Jamaica Class went on an exciting visit to Tattershall Farm Park. Whilst at the Farm, we were able to hold a variety of different farm animals, including tortoises, bearded dragons and a 12 day old lamb! We found out about all the different animals on the farm, fed them and stroked them. We then found out all about farms, and what a day on the farm looks like. We finished the day with taking the goats for a walk around the farm!