Here are last week's Star of the Week (left) and Mathematician of the Week (right). Our Star was absolultely amazing in Literacy, producing some fantastic writing, while our Mathematician was finding ways to use Maths across a range of subjects. Well done, you two!
So as you may be aware, last week was Environment Week across our school, and in the afternoons, children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 were mixed into groups to learn about different aspects of the environment. When we worked with the Year 5 teachers, we learned about endangered animals and then had the chance … Continue reading Environment Week
This week is extra special throughout Prince Edward School, not only because it’s the last week of half term, but also because it’s Environment Week!
What is Environment Week?
Lets ask some Year Sixes what they think Environment Week is all about…
Majida – “It could be helpful because more children will know about pollution and can help change it.”
“It talks about pollution which is important to learn about because it affects animals as well as the world.” – Nathan
“Environment Week is to teach us how to make our environment a better place and to stop things like littering.” – Ebony
“We need to learn about the environment so children understand how important trees and plants are to our planet.” – Louie
But what do we do in Environment Week?
Some children have been outside on a nature walk and gardening in Year Six; others have been learning about…
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Welcome back to our newsroom. We have finally published our reports on the sinking of the Mary Rose. Henry VIII was crestfallen as he watched his prized vessel capsize, he told witnesses at the scene. In other news, the king solemnly sat for a portrait following the tragedy. The Mary Rose will be sorely missed.
It was Year 5 mentions this week, and here are the children we celebrated: On the left, we have the recipient of a bronze certificate for Excellent Effort. She has worked so hard in Literacy and Maths this week, and she's also been a great help to her peers when they have got stuck. Meanwhile, … Continue reading This Week’s Superstars
We had a fantastic time at Ponds Forge when we took part in the swimming festival. We met children from a different school.
Playing in the pool was great fun as we could use floats in the lazy river, have a go on the slides and experience the wave machine.
All the children got a new swimming bag and a voucher for a free swim. Have a look at the website to choose the venue you would like to visit.
Obviously we dont have any photos from in the pool but here are our excited faces on our journey there.
Thanks to SIV for hosting and to all the organisers within SSELP.
Do you remember the trip we took to the Diamond Building at the University of Sheffield? How about the workshops, one on bridge-building and one on rockets, run by university's Women in Engineering group? Well, to celebrate National Women in Engineering Day next month, you can head over to the Winter Garden to take part … Continue reading Engineering Imagination