Act Fast First Aid Challenge

What with currently spending more time at home what a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills and learn how to save lives.

Act Fast First Aid is offering this 5-Day Challenge free of charge for you and your child / children to complete at home.

The course booklet is available here 5 Day Act Fast Challenge for Families

There are also videos available for you to watch on YouTube..
YouTube Act Fast First Aid

If you are on Twitter you can also follow First Aid in Schools by searching @AidSchools, they would love to hear how you are getting on.

Funky Foods Term 4

This term in Funky Foods the children have been looking at packaging and advertising. They have explored the different types of packing available and the impact this has on the environment and the KS2 children have looked at the tricks the media uses when selling us products.

Alongside this they have looked into where our food comes from and how it is grown. With Year 5 visiting the Bohemia Walled Garden to plant for vegetables and herbs.

 

Year 1 created some delicious Rainbow Fruit Kebabs and a still lemonade

 

Year 2 made fruit smoothies and sandwich biscuits

 

Year 3 created a chickpea curry

 

Year 4 made Vegetable Kebabs with Halloumi cheese

Year 5 made a Tudor Pottage and Bread Rolls

Year 6 created an Egyptian Feast with Aubergine

Georges Marvellous Smoothies and biscuits with Year 2

In Funky Foods the year 2’s made Georges Marvellous Smoothies and butter biscuits today.

They looked at the difference in fresh and frozen fruits for the smoothies, and forming their own biscuits filling them with buttercream and creating biscuit sandwiches to analyse.

Shortbread Stars

The year 2’s have read the book Katie in Scotland. Today in Funky Foods we made Scottish Shortbread Stars.

They used a variety of skills including weighing, sieving, rubbing and rolling out the dough. Once baked, they tasted and gave the shortbread a rating of 5 out of 5 stars!

 

RE Certificates for Term 1

Classes have been working hard right across the school in RE during term 1.  Here are some of the ways that we have been learning.

Class teachers have nominated pupils who have shown super effort and enthusiasm throughout the term.  Congratulations to everyone who has earned a RE certificate for term 1!

Reception

Amber and Emerald talked about why God is important to Christians and drew their own representations of God.

Certificates: Olivia Igbineweka, Ana-Maria Gaman, Yara Mustafa, Ella Dipple, Gabriel Taylor, Leonidas Kotziamanis

Year 1

Jet and Moonstone started their learning by visiting the nature trail. They said that being outside made them happy because it is calm and there are lots of things to see and touch.  They made the link that God created the world and Christians are thankful to him for this.

Certificates: Kit Watson, Joseph Donoghue, Amiyah Jenner, Land Ali

Year 2

Peridot and Garnet have been learning about the good news Jesus brings through the stories of ‘The Prodigal Son’ and ‘Matthew the Tax Collector’.

Certificates: Alexsandr Bruzas, Sofia Darby, George Lock, Daisy Martin, Mohammed Sadullah ,Amalia Wells, Frankie Edwards, Callie Harper, Ioachim Gaman, Otto Gadd

Year 3

Amethyst and Jade have been exploring what a covenant is through the story of Noah. They made links to the promises made at wedding by acting out a wedding with the help of Fr Nick.

Certificates: Kitty Harris, James Coleman Cross, Navamanisha Nirmalan, Pearl Coram, Steven Leich

 

Year 4

Coral and Topaz have been making links between the story of Noah and how we live in school and the wider world.

Certificates: Lily-May McHenry, Soheil Samadi,  Fiona Mustafa, Rubi Carman-Smith, Jannah Mohammed, Lola Liddle, Emma Cooper, Rebecca Martin, Oasis Ncube, Betsey-Rose Selley, Scott Richards, Stacey Miller, Nikki Vitolina, Paula Brizga,  Erin Watson

Year 5

Pearl and Ruby used Godly Play to inspire them to think about how Christian beliefs about God being holy and loving can make a difference in the world today.   They created their own ‘Ten Best Ways’ for living.

Certificates:

Alice Darby, Thivya Thivakaran, Jaxon Cole, Tia-Louise Gannon, Matthew Rayner, Awlad Meraj, Amy Day, Laila Osmond

Year 6

Opal, Sapphire and Diamond explored ideas about whether Creation and Science are conflicting or complementary.

Certificates: Maddie Rosewell, Tommy Peters, Harry Malone, Reggie Rosewell, Leo Matassa, Summer McHenry, Chloe Ansell, Angel Ward, Briony Wright, Joel Zachariah, Vitalijs Sveds, Flori Harris, Libby Fairless, Robin Price, Rida Jaffari