Have a safe and happy Easter Break. 😃
Saturday, 28 March 2015
Our last brilliant, active and inspiring moment this term was when Mr Lavis sent us a video message. In his opinion, there were too many boys in year 5, the girls are statistically too loud and Cranborne is not the safest place to go so he was unable to allow Year 5 to go on their residential trip. After a few shocked and that's not fair moments, year 5 sat down and wrote some terrific Persuasive Letters to Mr Lavis. By the end of the day, Mr Lavis was convinced this was going to be the best trip ever and changed his mind (he even asked if he could come!) So watch out,Year 5 are going on a Residential - hurray!
Tuesday, 24 March 2015
A fantastic day was had by all. It started with Agent Peacock in the hall. Then Rowan class went back to the classroom to decode a secret message in order to locate a special letter. Rowan Class then went to Poplar Class to find out their secret letter. After lunch, Rowan class visited Apple and Juniper Class to find out their respective secret letters. Finally, we all went back to the hall to arrange all the secret letters. The message left us all jubilant!
Friday, 20 March 2015
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Tuesday, 17 March 2015
Today we looked at formal and informal writing. We sorted out types of writing.
Monday, 16 March 2015
There were ten teams there and we won our group of five. In the semifinals, we played well to beat Semley 1-0. In the final, it was 0-0 so it went to penalties. We lost when in "sudden death". Great performance from everyone - I am very pleased and proud of the team.
Tuesday, 10 March 2015
Monday, 9 March 2015
Today we all dressed up in something blue to celebrate UNICEF's Day for Change. We donated our money to the Children in Need in Syria.
We had an assembly that looked at our rights and responsibilities for a safe and secure playtime where the rights respecting ambassadors introduced new areas and play equipment for break time and lunch time plays.
In class, we looked at Cherlyn's story and how UNICEF helped many children after a typhoon destroyed her village and many other villages in the Philippines.