On Monday 9th July, Year 3 put on their Greek masks and re-enacted the Greek myth Jason and the Golden Fleece. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon, with everyone showcasing their amazing acting skills. I don’t know about you, but looking at the pictures, I can definitely see some future stars!
Better late than never!
Year 3 and 4 thoroughly enjoyed their Greek Day on Thursday 5th June.
The morning was based in the classroom as the Spartan Army had to be able to read and write as well as fight.
In the afternoon, we went to the field for training in different events and battle formations.
By the end of the day, the children were shattered but also excited that they had passed the training camp. They were now Greek soldiers!
The liturgy group led a liturgy to remind us how God’s world is a special treasure. They chose to gather outside, read the creation story and ask the children to draw a picture of their favourite treasure in the story. Our mission is to go out and remind people to enjoy the beauty that God created for us. Well done team!
2C had a fantastic time at Drumba. We found it tough, and there were some very red faces at the end, but it was enjoyed by all.
Starting the afternoon with some dancing. Miss Chambers led 2C in their sassy moves to Fleur East’s ‘Play that sax’.
Beginning our morning with Yoga. We acted as a superhero to help Spider-Man to beat the dinosaur and save the teddy bears’ party. What an adventure!
We also practised our yoga moves: the whale, the dog, the house and the boat.