World Maths Day
We started off the day with the story 'How many jellybeans?' by Andrea Menotti.
We used this story as a basis for all our lessons for that day. As well as solving some tricky Maths problems, we wrote diary entries from the jellybeans, held jellybean prayer sessions, investigated if we could survive on jellybeans alone and made collages!
We even held a competition to see how many jellybeans there were in a jar (taking into account the amount Miss Hopkins and Mrs Brenchley kept eating!)
KS2 loving playing their new sport KINBALL introduced thanks to the Sports Funding money.
Last week 'Jazzy voices' took part in the largest school choir in the world! We travelled to the Genting Arena in Birmingham for the day to rehearse and perform over twelve songs. It was a very long day but well worth it!
Tara Sanderson, Chloe Sanderson, Elia Teesdale, Abigail Dix, Kyrstian Jozefiak,Jake Coop, Elisha Coop, Abi Ware, Ella Ware, Daniel Ware,
Thank you to everyone who brought poppies to remember fallen soldiers
who gave up their lives so that we may live in peace.
PE and Sporting Competitions
Cross Country in Kenilworth Running through streams waist high! Bit muddy!
We were inspired by the Rugby World Cup to play Tag Rugby for 7 weeks which resulted in a Tag Rugby Competition between the 4 houses.
We were really lucky in Year 3 as Father Noel came into class to visit us. We told him all about how we had been imaging how we would have felt if Jesus had chosen us to be one of his disciples.
He told us about Matthew and explained that he was a tax collector and publican who held lots of parties and many people didn’t like him. People questioned Jesus for going to the party, but Jesus replied that
GOOD PEOPLE DON’T ALWAYS NEED HIM BUT HE GOES TO THOSE IN NEED TO CHANGE THEIR LIVES.
We learnt from this that sometimes God needs to tell us to change our ways and change our attitude.
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