Bye Bye Beavers

We just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU for all the hard work that the teachers have put in to make us the most well educated children we are now. We have had the best time at Beavers and we will never forget this experience!We hope we can come back and visit everyone here again!!!

We will miss you Beavers!

by Ksenija, Karla and Sihaam

Early Years and KS1 Compete in their Sports Day 2017

Children from Early Years and KS1 competed in their Sports Day on Tuesday 20th June 2017. All children took part and work incredibly hard for their team. The sun was out in full-force but that didn’t stop the children. All staff said how much they enjoyed it and there was fantastic support from the spectators. The events tested different skills: balance, speed, coordination, team work, encouragement, determination and many more!

Well done to all involved! Looking forward to future events.

 

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Y6 Complete their Hexathlon

This morning, Y6 completed their hexathlon event out on the school field. The specialisms were throwing for distance, throwing for accuracy, sprinting, long distance, standing long jump and speed-bounce. Everyone gave it everything and there were some wonderful individual displays. All of Y6 were a credit to their houses and earned each of them huge points. Here

600 Complete HIIT Session at Beavers

To kick off Super Healthy Active Week here at Beavers, all children and staff from Y1-Y6, took part in a HIIT (high intensity interval training) session out on the school field. All children and staff were fantastic – everyone was working really hard in the super hot sun and it was wonderful for us all to be out there together.

If you want to try it at home and show off your fitness skills:

Work for 35 seconds and rest for 25 seconds.

1. Warm up first
2. Climbing the rope
3. Squat and punch (left, right)
4. Kangaroo jumps
5. Star Jumps

Repeat 3 times.

Again, well done for a super start to the week!

Mr Tibble

The importance of Jesus to Christians

Hi Year 5!

 

Below are some links which you may use for researching Christian beliefs about Jesus and his teachings.

As always, be safe on the internet!

  1. What did Jesus really look like?
  2. Resurrection did not happen, say quarter of Christians
  3. Jesus in Christianity
  4. This site shows the belief of one person. They do not speak for all Christians.
  5. This page has not been updated since 2009 but may be useful. You should always consider when something you read was published!
  6. Jesus’s life
  7. Why Do Christians Believe that Jesus Is the Only Way to God?

Bitesize videos:

  1. Jesus recruits disciples and shares stories
  2. The Ten Commandments
  3. What is Christianity?
  4. What was Jesus like and where did he grow up?

Be prepared to present your findings in your own words and to respond to questions or feedback from the rest of your class!

Mr. Elgar

Comparing International Breakfasts

Hello Year 5! Happy Monday!

For today’s Healthy Eating activity, we will be comparing our own breakfast to a typical breakfast from other countries. Your aim is to write a comparison of 2 or more recipes.

Make sure you remember internet safety! If you see something you do not like, or you do not think is appropriate at school, tell an adult immediately without showing any other children. Do not click on links to external sites without getting permission from an adult first. You may only watch videos which have been pre-approved by an adult.

Below are some useful links for today’s activity. The mobile version of these sites would be best! Turn your Hudl to a portrait position for the best experience.

Sites with recipes:

Sites about international breakfasts:

This link could be useful for writing a comparative text.

Don’t get too hungry out there!

Mr. Elgar

Research

Hi Year 5,

 

Today in English, we are going to be carrying out some research to help us write information texts tomorrow.

Here are some great links which will help you with your research (remember you can access them at home if you want to continue with your researching)

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/default.aspx

http://globalwarmingkids.net

http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/find_out/guides/world/global_warming/newsid_1575000/1575441.stm

Happy researching!!

Miss Was