Archive for March, 2011

Outdoor adventure at Calthorpe Haven

Today, at Calthorpe Haven we had a jam packed outdoor adventure P.E lesson. The P.E lesson involved some really hard activities, team work was the key to successfully winning the challenges. The first challenge was to turn the tarpaulin upside down, the only problem was we were all stood on it.
Next we did something called orienteering, which is when you use a map to find a code. Once you had found all the letters for the code you had to rearrange them to make a well known phrase. That phrase was its not fair and that’s the name of our topic.
Finally, we played another team work game which was using 2 small hoops to get five people across the field.

Take a look at us having fun.

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Comic Relief

Year3,4,5,6 and any parents who wanted to join us,all walked to Warley Woods to walk 1 mile for Comic Relief.The Theme was something funny for money where children and staff dressed in something funny and donated 20p to Comic Relief.Here we are having a great time take a look.

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Coffee Shop


Test out your entrepreneurial skills by running a coffee shop. Click on the link below.

http://www.coolmath-games.com/0-coffee-shop/index.html

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Can we persuade you?

We are doing persuasive texts in year5 this week.Take a look at the children explaining how to make an amazing T.V advert.

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Bearwood Radio Broadcast

Hear a round up of the top news from around the globe from Bearwood Radio. Includes a report on the earthquake in Japan.

Hear more at www.bearwood.wordpress.com

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Banana Split

Our topic this term is It’s Not Fair! We will be looking at fair trade products and to understand the need for fair trade products the children have been looking at the process of the banana chain.

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Numeracy

This week in numeracy we are looking at area and perimeter.

Take a look at how we are making the largest perimeter we can from an A4 piece of paper.

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