Mrs Walton had lots of fun flipping pancakes this afternoon!
Brandon had lots of eating them!
It has been brought to my attention that there is a worrying video currently being shown at the end of YouTube videos which are aimed at children. Upon further investigation, this has been covered in the national news today also. The messages given out during these videos challenge children to do inappropriate and dangerous things but also not to tell an adult or ‘Momo’ -a scary looking character- will ‘get them’.
This is obviously a huge concern and we will be discussing e-safety tomorrow in our daily circles in all classes, however, please also safeguard your children when they are using YouTube and other social media apps by discussing actions to take if something pops up they are worried about or feel is inappropriate.
Further advice on how to restrict searches on YouTube can be found here
However, please be aware that some of the inappropriate messages have been embedded into child friendly videos in this case and therefore even safe searches may bring this concerning message up.
You could easily have been in Italy when Riley, Brandon, Alfie and Emmeline were cooking their rustic pizzas.
Under the supervision of Mrs Walton and Mrs Robson they made their own dough and added their choice of toppings.
Our brilliant bakers showed off their skills in the kitchen.
They weighed and measured their ingredients to make their cupcakes.
Well done guys, they tasted amazing!
Riley has done some incredible maths this week! He was so proud of his multiplication work. Multiplying by 2 digits – wow Riley!
The new train tracks have been a hit with the students in the Hub.
At lunchtime some year 5 boys built a track and during Funky Friday Alfie chose to come and play with them too. He was so proud he took a photo!
Some of the Year 1 students decided to take part in a mindfulness session during their Funky Friday time today.
The Year 5 life skills groups with Mrs Walton used weight and measure to bake cookies in preparation for the following days maths lesson about fractions.
They were rewarded for their hard work by eating the cookies after they divided them into the correct fractions.
At lunchtime the Year 2 boys enjoyed a game of snakes and ladders.
They showed great communication skills, well done boys!