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Brunel Primary and Nursery Academy   Armed Forces Day 2022


Posted 27/06/2022
by Suzanne Cooper

We all had a fantastic day on Plymouth Hoe supporting Brunel's Field Gun Crew, who were one of twenty teams competing in the Junior Field Gun competition as part of Plymouth Armed Forces Day. Well done to the crew who worked brilliantly as a team and achieved an amazing second place in the 'least penalties' category. Thank you to Mr Knight, Mrs Newman and all the parents, carers and staff who came to cheer them on.

 


Lanlivery Primary Academy   Week 7 and 8


Posted 27/06/2022
by Lauren Howell

Schools for All Seasons, Boudicca and Separating materials 

It's been a busy couple of weeks with sports day, Bridge School Games, Wellbeing day, a trip to Newquay Orchard and Year 6 at sailing. 

But, we have also done lots of other work. We have been working hard in History to find out about Boudicca and Hadrian's wall. In science we investigated different ways of separating materials. In Literacy we are rewriting the story Float and in maths we have just finished our measures work. 

As part of the project - Schools For All Seasons - we were invited to Newquay Orchard to perform the song we had written. It was a lovely day and we are looking forward to sharing it with an even bigger audience at Eden before the end of term. 

We have also found time to rehearse for our end of year play! 

 


Pelynt Primary Academy   Week ending Friday 24th June


Posted 26/06/2022
by Helen Fenton

This week saw the launch of the 'Bridge School Games'. Our class, and Pelynt as a school were competing against all the other classes in all of the other Bridge schools. There were five events in total. There was a seated throw, a standing long jump, a bean-bag boogie, shuttle shuffles and the speed bounce. A big thanks to Mr O'Dwyer from Wadebridge school for organising the games.  

In English this week, we have been generating rhyming words in preparation for next week, when we will be busy writing poems, using the poems that we have been learning and reciting throughout this week.

In our maths lessons, we have been using standard measures to measure weight and capacity.

In science this week, we planted bean seeds and have been making observations in our bean diaries. Some of the beans are already beginning to grow.

Please see mathletics and spelling shed for homework set this week.

*Sports Day on Wednesday - see Head's blog for more information - parents can arrive at 1.30pm for a 1.45pm start. PLEASE make sure ALL children have their PE kit in school on this day and bring sun cream, a hat and a refillable water bottle. 

Have a lovely weekend!

Mrs Fenton, Mrs Harper and Miss Milford 


 


Polruan Primary Academy  


Posted 26/06/2022
by John Wareham

Sports Day
We have made to the end of this busy week, only to be looking ahead to another! It was great to see so many of you at our Sports Day on Wednesday. Despite the warm sunshine, the children were up for the challenge of competing and we are very proud of the way they performed. Thank you for the lovely feedback about the day, it sounds like we will be having a shared picnic lunch again next year!

Bridge Schools Games
On Tuesday afternoon, the children competed in the inaugural Bridge Games and as always, their enthusiasm for anything sporty, was evident throughout. We will find out the results next week, but in the meantime, I have attached some photos of their efforts.

Barnados came in to work with our Year 2 and Year 6 children on Friday. The children were a real credit to our school; they contributed to the discussions and engaged with the learning and Morwenna, the Barnados trainer, commented on their positive energy and open-mindedness which made the workshops successful.

Parent Questionnaire
The annual parent questionnaire is now open and will close in a fortnight at 4pm on Friday 8th July and we would love to have your views as we value your input. Please click on this link to complete it: Bridge Schools Trust Summer 2022 Parent and Carer Survey

Next Week
Monday, Reverend Allen is joining us for assembly.
Wednesday, whole school trip to Plymouth Marine Aquarium. Please make sure you have completed and returned the consent form to your child’s teacher. All children to have a packed lunch, drink and a snack.  

Mrs Wills

 


Trenode C of E School   National Sports Week


Posted 25/06/2022
by Bethany Pike

We have had a busy week all about sport linking to National Sports Week.

We have taken part in the Bridge Schools virtual school games where we have completed 5 activities throughout the week and all results will be collated and compared to the other 14 schools in the trust! We achieved some amazing scores so we will keep our fingers crossed!

We also had a day of alternative sports and completed: archery, boccia, capture the flag, lacrosse and fencing. The children loved learning sports they haven't played before and look out for a couple of them during sports day!

Finally, we visited Looe Primary to be taught by a Pro20 coach who did a variety of multi-skill activities. We were very tired by the end of the week but it was fantastic to be so physically active!

 


Wadebridge Primary Academy  


Posted 25/06/2022
by Janet Keat

Everyone’s a winner…!

Sports Day:

Year 2 can be very proud of their brilliant participation in Sports Day.  Everyone took part enthusiastically, encouraging and cheering on their team mates and trying their best.  There were lots of skills involved in the different events from throwing to jumping and running to balancing. 

A very well done to everyone who took part.  You were amazing and we are very proud of your sportsmanship!



English:

Our class story this week is ‘The Secret of Black Rock’.  We began our Learning Journey by looking at the front cover and using our VIPERS skills to make predictions about the picture. 

There were many different but sensible suggestions about the plot and who the character might be.  We decided that it looked like an exciting adventure story but was the rock a good or bad place to visit?  We had to wait until later in the week when we finally read the story.  Ask your child to summarise the story and find out what happened in the end!

Maths:

This week, we learnt about statistics and how to gather and interpret different kinds of data.  We started by using a tally chart and explored the reasons for its use.  Then, we moved on to look at how to use a pictogram. We solved lots of different types of problems involving missing data.

Some of you wanted to practise your times tables using BBC Super Movers.  We have included the link below.  It’s free and fun – why not try it at home.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/times-table-collection/z4vv6v4

WOW Day!

Our topic on Cornwall has been a fascinating subject to learn about and to bring it to a close, we will celebrate by putting on a WOW Day on Tuesday, 19th July.  We are asking the children to come dressed as a Cornish character, eg. tin miner, farmer, an inventor - Goldsworthy Gurney, Richard Trevithick or come in Cornish colours – black, white, gold. You may also have your own idea.

Thank you for supporting our topic Wow! Days so brilliantly.  We will look forward to seeing what the children choose to dress in.

 

We hope you have a lovely weekend.

The Year 2 Team

 

 

 

 

 


Pelynt Primary Academy  


Posted 25/06/2022
by Suzanne Porter

Class 4's Residential 2022

What an exciting and busy few days away we have had! I hope you enjoy looking through the pictures together. The children were an absolute pleasure- even with minimal sleep on the first night! They challenged themselves with many new experiences and made lots of fabulous memories with their friends. 



































 


Pelynt Primary Academy   Week ending Friday 24th June 2022


Posted 25/06/2022
by Rebecca Horn

Hello everyone

Whilst I have been away with Class 4 on their residential trip I have been hearing about all of the wonderful learning taking place in our class. Below is an overview from Miss Martin about some of our learning this week. 

This week saw the launch of the 'Bridge School Games'. Our class, and Pelynt as a school were competing against all the other classes in all of the other Bridge schools. There were five events in total. There was a seated throw, a standing long jump, a bean-bag boogie, shuttle shuffles and the speed bounce. A big thanks to Mr O'Dwyer from Wadebridge school for organising the games. 

During our English learning this week we have summarised the opening of the story 'Matilda', explored the feelings of the characters, described and compared two characters and identified the features of play scripts. 

In science we were exploring state changes and carried out our own investigation to find out at which temperature chocolate begins to melt. We had lots of fun planning, carrying out and concluding our investigation where we further developed our understanding about particles in solids and liquids. 

In PE we enjoyed having a go at archery, some of us were accurate with our aims and hit the target board. 

Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed. 

Have a great weekend!

Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

Things to note for next week:

*Sports Day on Wednesday - see Head's blog for more information - parents can arrive at 1.30pm for a 1.45pm start. PLEASE make sure ALL children have their PE kit in school on this day and bring sun cream, a hat and a refillable water bottle. 
*Outdoor learning and PE on Thursday afternoon - wear suitable clothes.


 


Delaware Primary Academy  


Posted 25/06/2022
by Michaela Wright

WB 20th June

In Literacy this week we continued work on our new class book "Was Tutankhamun killed?" which connects to our topic learning on Ancient Egypt. This is an interactive non-fiction e-book which allows the children to take on a detective type role and encourages them to gather facts and research to help them answer the question 'Was Tutankhamun killed?' This week we also looked at the newspaper report from last week that had been written about Tutankhamun's potential murder. The children worked in groups to recap and freeze frame given parts of the article and the rest of the class guessed which parts they had been given. They then summarised the article into different boxes to help plan for next week when they will re-write the article in their own words. 

In Maths we continued our work on multiplication and the children completed lots of different activities to help them practice their recall speed. We also started our time topic with lots of practical work which saw the children using clocks to find and show given times. 

In Topic the children began looking at different artefacts from Ancient Egypt and filled in a fact sheet about a given artefact. They used information books and researched on websites after thinking about what the artefact may have been and what it may have been used for along with who may have owned it.

In Art the children created their sunset silhouette paintings. They first painted their sunsets and then used black paper to draw and cut out silhouettes of significant Egyptian monuments. Once their paintings were dry they arranged and stuck the silhouettes on.      

On Tuesday afternoon the children took part in the Bridge School Games. They completed several different activities such as the 'bean bag boogie', 'long jump' and the 'seated bean bag throw'. All of their results were then sent to the Bridge Trust and the school with the highest scores will be announced soon!

They had a fantastic afternoon. I hope you all have a fantastic weekend and I look forward to seeing the children on Monday morning.

 


St Cleer Primary Academy   Bridge School Games


Posted 25/06/2022
by Thomas Hazlewood

Bridge School Games

This week saw the launch of the 'Bridge School Games'.  Our class, and St Cleer as a school were competing against all the other classes in all of the other Bridge schools.

We set up the entire field with the activities.  There was a seated throw, a standing long jump, a bean-bag boogie, shuttle shuffles and the killer the speed bounce (it was so tiring).  We had a great time trying to beat our personal best on each of the different activities - but we did choose the hottest day of the year so we made sure we had rest stations and plenty of water.

A big thanks to Mr O'Dwyer for organising the games - we look forward to seeing how we did against the other schools.
 

 


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