Miss Barlow's Weekly Words Summer 9
Feeling Hot! Hot! Hot! (But cooler for Sports Day... phew!)
This week temperatures rocketed and so did the girls... around the athletics track that is. On Thursday, we held our annual sports day which was another successful afternoon. The girls demonstrated excellent skill and technique in both field and track events. Many records were broken from Reception to Year 6. I am so proud to see, at every event, girls supporting each other across in their own classes and in others too. Thank you to everyone who came to support and a huge thank you to the PE department, led by Miss Hudson, for all of their hard work and preparation. (A link for photos from Take2 will be forwarded on).
Also this week....
Year 6 enjoyed a morning of Shakespeare inspired drama activities, led by Mrs Oliver before visiting the Maidenhead Amphitheatre for the Authors In The Round event run by RBWM Library Service.
Year 4 had a fantastic morning learning about space in The Learning Dome.
Thank you to Mrs Oppenheimer for visiting the Year 3 class and teaching them different Art skills, specifically linked to African Art.
Photos of our events can be seen in our gallery.
Merit Certificates Zara Rasool (Reception), Gabriella Stoute (Year 1), Indya-Rose Adams, Holly Hughes & Casey Hunt(Year 2), Megan King (Year 3), Elise Howard, Victoria Jesseman, Katrina O'Brien & Rhiannon Thomas (Year 4), Amelia Dixon(Year 5) and Claudia Webster (Year 6)
Bunny Awards Anaiyah Ingoldsby (Year 2) for being so supportive of her classmates during Sports Day, and Emily Hoad (Year 5) for supporting a friend and for being so incredibly helpful during Sports Day .
Mathlete of the Week Mia Cranfield
Egg-cellent Reader of the Week Isabella Morgan
Winning House St Vincent