It has been another busy week in 3/4B and the whole class has worked exceptionally hard. In Literacy the children have been newspaper reporters and have written their own articles about how Spring is returning to Narnia as the wicked White Witch's power is being defeated. The pupils have also now discovered who their new teachers are going to be next year, it is fair to say that they are excited and nervous at the same time.
A Special mention to our new learning champions:
Archie and Oliver were chosen by their peers for co-operation. They both very kindly went out of their way to support a class mate with their own speech - Well done boys!
Theo, again picked by the class, was our worthy winner of our Growth Mindset award. This week he has been reward for his hard work with his hand writing and he achieved his pen license.
A round of applause to our Champions!
Congratulations goes to Brodie and Jasmina for being chosen as 3/4B's Learning Champions.
Brodie was selected as our Co-operation champion (Values) due to his general attitude in class. He is always ready to work and he approaches all tasks with an efficiency that really speeds the class.
With a positives approach to her work this week Jasmina has embraced her learning with a real zeal, showing a genuine Growth Mindset, and it has been a real pleasure to observe.
Congratulations to our Learning Champions.
Lola was chosen as Our Growth Mindset Champion for her outstanding attitude and commitment during the highly successful Games Week. Her endless energy and commitment was a real credit to 3/4B
William's tireless work with the Sports Crew and the change for Life team ensured that the Games week ran very smoothly. It was noticed by his peers and rightfully chosen as our Co-operation champion.
This half term has seen the completion of our first Forest Schools sessions for 3/4B. Each week they donned their wellie's and waterproofs and made their way into our own Forest School within the pond area. We have had a great time exploring the wildlife, digging in our muddy digging area, making dens, creating homes for woodland creatures, using tools to whittle and saw wood and have been watched over carefully by a resident Robin and Red Kite!
Our final session was celebrated with a fire where we toasted marshmallows, brioche and made popcorn. A fun and enjoyable time was had by all in our outdoor learning environment!
We would like to say a special thank you to Mrs Able and Mrs Zammit for coming along each week to help out and also to Mr Tomblin for helping to source many of the resources and tools for our sessions!
After Easter 3/4C will start their Forest Schools sessions and will need to remember their kit each Wednesday and must ensure their medical forms have been returned to the Office.
Mrs Van de Linde