Some of the Year 5 pupils have taken part in a University Scholars programme this year. They enjoyed university style tutorials and had to write a 1000 word final assignment! Each child that participated showed true resilience and motivation to complete the course and achieve their absolute best.
Last night, they graduated from the programme and I was so proud of each and every one of them. Well done to you all – you should all be extremely proud of yourselves!
Follow the link below to see some clips of the graduation!
Brian created a fantastic Greek temple as part of his homework.
Fantastic work Brian!
Today, Class 13 practised their direction and rotating skills by directing their partners around the playground. They directed them North, East, South, West and practised rotating clockwise and anticlockwise in degrees.
The children who participated in the Doncaster Rovers ‘Play on the pitch’ tournament have made me extremely proud today. Not only did they play excellent football but kindness, determination and teamwork was demonstrated throughout both teams. In class we talk about how important crew is and why it is important to be part of a crew; today 16 children used those skills to be, frankly, incredible role models.
Both teams played dazzling football and really stuck to the task. Green Top team 1 managed to reach the semi-finals of the tournament, only conceding 1 goal in 7 matches (placed 3rd out of 40 teams)
A special mention to Louis-John who played as our target man striker and scored a hattrick in one game.
Thank you Y5/6 footballers and to Kelly Jackson-Powell at Doncaster Rovers for inviting us to this event.
Here is Olyvia with her portrait which she has created using oil pastels – well done Olyvia it is fantastic!