Miss Barlow's Weekly Words Summer 5
During a week of assessments, we still found time to inquire, problem solve and be creative!
The girls have worked incredibly hard to complete their exams but that has not stopped learning taking place. Reception explored the grounds at Junior Boys and went on a nature walk to find different types of flowers whilst Year 3 planted sunflowers in the classroom. Year 2 created beautiful seaside habitats in boxes and Year 5 investigated different types of angles.
Next week is Problem Solving Week which means the girls will need to draw on their problem solving skills to solve different types of problems, including in music, PE and a whole host of exciting activites we have planned. During this week we also have our Upper Junior Swimming Gala which is always a wonderfully competitive but supportive event; let's keep our fingers crossed for sun!
Good luck to Year 3 and 4 who are off on their Outward Bound Trip and overnight camp tonight; the early morning chorus will, I'm sure, be joined by the chorus of boys and girls on Saturday morning!
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
Merit Certificates Anna Lavrova (Reception), Chloe Heavyside (Year 1), Saira Duncombe (Year 2), Lara Ignatova (Year 3), Bluebell St John & Romy Doyle(Year 4), Lily Broadfield Hodge (Year 5) and Lily Smith (Year 6) PE: Suhani Bhalla & Amelie Helm (Year 6)
Bunny Awards Garbiella Stoute (Year 1) for always being so kind and caring every single day, and Temilulowa Odesanya (Year 6) for looking out for others and making sure everyone is involved at playtime.
Mathlete of the Week Holly Hughes
Winning House St Ignatius