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PTFA - Christmas Panto!

Class 4 would like to send a huge shout out to the PTFA and say a big THANK YOU for letting us go to Cinderella's masquerade ball.  We really had a whale of time and even had a little boogie! smiley

Carroty Wood - One Night Residential!

My, my what an adventure Class 4 had when they recently escaped off to Carroty Wood! Many of the qualities we so pride ourselves on showing were certainly displayed as we tried our hands at many different adventurous activities. We scaled heights greater than we imagined, trawled through squelching mud to escape the clutches of 'Death Island' and focused on attention to detail as we took aim with archery. Perseverance, courage and even a glimpse of compassion were shown in abundance!  


We could not be prouder of the children and all the qualities they displayed. A huge shout out and thank you to Mrs Rudge and Mr Garrett for all their help and creating much campfire fun! I am sure all the jollities and singing could be heard from many miles away.

Science Week!

Chevening's Champions for Change most certainly stepped up to the mark in our all exciting Science Week.  With climate change being such a topical affair (...the UN COP26 summit being on the horizon...) and the children, forever, wanting to make a difference, we decided to take matters into our hands - making this wonderful planet we call Earth and the taking care of it the main foci of our learning! 


At the beginning of the week, we absorbed all the knowledge we could after being privileged enough to welcome not only a planetarium but also The Royal Institution into our school.  Not only did we partake in galactic space travel, but with a whiz, bang, pop... and plenty of explosive fun we discovered a lot more about the fossil fuels we burn and the repercussions of these.  We then turned our eyes to the future, thinking about the different ways we could possibly source these and what we could do to improve our continuous consumption of power. 


The week was then not only drawn to a close by some visits from (our wonderful parent) real-life Scientists but our own mini-scientists went to showcasing all they had done and learnt - building up a bank of knowledge and expertise in the process!  We couldn't have been prouder. smiley

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