Can all YEAR THREE PARENTS remember to send their child to school tomorrow in warm, waterproof clothes and a packed lunch. Children MUST be in full school uniform but can wear comfortable sensible outdoor shoes. It has been very cold the past week and it isn’t due to be any warmer tomorrow (-4 up to 2 degrees), as a large part of the day tomorrow will be spent outside, please ensure that your child is adequately dressed for this.
Hope you have all had a wonderful half term, I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow.
As it is Parents’ Evening on Tuesday, 27th February, 2018, there will be no Netball practice.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
I hope that the children are having an enjoyable half term. Just a reminder that World Book Day is on Thursday, 1st March, 2018 and that the children can come to school dressed as a book character of their choice. Also, they can enter an in-house competition to paint a picture of a character or a scene from a book. Last year’s potato competition was very successful and we hope that this year’s painting competition will be just as popular with the children.
A huge well done to the Netball team who had 2 successful wins this week.
The first game against Holy Family was a 15 – 3 win. The second was a cup match against Corpus Christi which was won 9 – 0. The children played brilliantly in both games and worked as a team to win both matches. They done their parents and All Souls proud.
The next cup match will be played after Half term against Saint Thomas Moore.
Year 5 showed off their painting skills this week by creating artwork of Hogwarts. They used their mixing and colour skills to make the sunset skyline and then they used stencils to create the silhouette of the Hogwarts Castle. Don’t they look fantastic?
In D and T, we made Rocky Roads! We followed a basic recipe but then added extra ingredients in accordance with our own designs. They were delicious!
Over the last few weeks Year 6 have been putting together their own routines in gymnastics lessons. The routines included balances, rolls, cartwheels and movement between these. Here are some of the examples (right click and then click ‘Open in new tab’ to watch):
In English today, Year 5 wrote an explanation about Tasseomancy – the art of reading tea leaves. We then pretended we were in Professor Trewlaney’s Divination class and had a go ourselves! I hope no-one saw The Grim! Eek!
Year 6 had an excellent trip to Coombe Country Park yesterday. They braved the cold temperatures and explored the water and woodland habitats around the park, learning about new species and what habitats they live in.