Class 20 had the privilege of leading the Christmas production on the Bellinge Campus. The children were involved in lots of different ways, including helping with the set, playing the music, collecting classes for their part as well as being amazing performers. They were absolute super stars and made us extremely proud.
What a brilliant day at Ecton Brook Campus – 3 performances done!
The children were fantastic; they sung, danced and acted their hearts out – what a performance, what a story, what a day!
Well done to each and every one of you, you are stars ⭐️ Continue reading
This afternoon, as part of our Science, we planted some plants and bulbs. Because we used re-cycled plastic bottles, we will be able to watch our plants grow from above and below the soil. To make it more exciting we used our very own Ecton Brook compost 👍
One group was taught by Mrs Male and then each child needed to teach another child until everyone had finished. Eco friendly and co-operative work in one afternoon – smashing 😀
Check back later this week to see what they look like when we display them.
This Friday during your ‘Friday Write’, we would like you to write a piece showing your understanding of why Christians celebrate Christmas. Ensure you do enough research so that you can retell the story of Christmas from the viewpoint of one of the central characters. For example; Mary, Joseph, Angel Gabriel etc
Fantastic Strictly Performance today, we all enjoyed it and we were tempted to join in! Children from both Ecton Brook and Bellinge Campus performed so well together – you made a great team. We hope you all enjoyed yourselves; you should be proud of your performances. Thank you also for all parents/carers who attended, we hope you enjoyed the performance.
Remember, Keeeep Dancing 💃🕺
Today when Ecton Brook Campus went swimming all of the children swam from the deep end. Some may have been using floats, but everyone got the chance to experience what it is like to swim from one end of the pool to the other.
All the adults were so proud of you children today. The instructors at Lings said you were all amazing and they were so pleased that everyone had a go – even though some of you were unsure!
Remember what was said in Assembly last week about facing up to your fears. You certainly did that today and should be proud of yourselves. Never hold back and not try something because you are afraid – in the right environment it is OK to take chances and push yourselves.
Well done 😀😀😀
Today we have been having a good old gossip! Nothing nasty about each other but about the old rouge Scrooge!
Here are some examples; I thought the class were too nice to be really nasty about Scrooge!
Savage Scrooge is SO mean that he put a blanket over a small baby so it couldn’t be seen in public; he thought the baby was too ugly to show its face!
Revolting, horrible Scrooge once made carol singers give him money and then threw ash in their faces, all because they dared to call at his house!
Horrible, filthly Scrooge is SO mean he was seen looking in rubbish heaps to find clothes to give to charity.
Scrooge hates Christmas; he doesn’t let anyone have even a day off work.
Scrooge is SO tight with his money that if someone with an illness needed medicine he would tease them, shoo them away, wish they’d die and then spread rumours about them!
For next week we would like you to find out about a Victorian invention. Could you find out when it was invented, by whom and think about the impact it had on Victorian life. The choice of invention is up to you.
This weekend please research what scientists mean by the terms reversible and irreversible changes. Can you think of any examples of these types of changes?