Pupil Blog

24th May 2018

Thursday, May 24, 2018

The NOT Royal Variety Performance

On Monday 21st May year 4 performed a Non-Royal Variety Show. My group was Ready Steady Cook. We made a chocolate surprise cake which included worms and eyeballs. We gave a slice of cake to Mrs Youngman and Tanya’s mum. It was fun to perform. By Samira

Year 2 Swimming

On Wednesday 23rd May Year 2 went swimming for a pool party. They had been going for 4 weeks and had been learning to float on their back and jump in the water. They had so much fun.  I wish I’d been there. By Keira.

10th May 2018

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Trebuchets

In year 4 we have been learning about trebuchets. A trebuchet is a bit like a big catapult and we are hopefully going to see one in real life at Warwick Castle. I really hope so. We even have one in our class but it’s actually a little one. We tested it using a ball and a rock and it works. We thank Mrs Webber‘s dad a lot for making this for us. We thank you so much. It makes our work at school so much fun.      By Jaynell

 

 

 

 

 

 

Police Visit Priory

On Tuesday 8th May, 3 police women came to our school to talk about safety. They said if we ever felt hurt or threatened we could talk to our family, friends or the police. We learned about how to keep safe and keep out of danger!  They asked a few questions about how we could keep safe if we weren’t with our parents and we talked about ‘safe strangers’. We also talked about good scared (rollercoasters) and bad scared (feeling threatened). We should always try to keep ourselves safe!  By Demi

 

3rd May 2018

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Year 2 Safety Centre Trip

On Monday 23rd April, year 2 went to the safety-centre in Milton Keynes. They went to learn how to be safe and what they should not do.  Year 2 learnt about how to stay safe near the road. There was a pond and in there was a girl pretending to drown and they had to call 999. Then there was a grandpa trapped in a room with a fire and someone had to call the firefighters.  Last there was a tunnel and a group from year 2 went to the end and they all clapped and a spider fell down.             By Rayhan U Year 5 and Inayah Year 2

Public Speaking Competition

3 people from year 4 went to Bedford School with Mrs Wakeling for a Public Speaking Competition this week. Our topic was to debate that head teachers should teach every class once a week. The awards we could win were pens, medals and trophies. We were debating against Livingstone Primary School but it was Cauldwell who won the competition. It was quite scary being in front of all those people but we were ok. Alina won a book for her personality. We didn’t win overall but we had fun, found out about a very different school and had an experience that we enjoyed a lot.   By Tanya

26th April 2018

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Year 2 Trip

This week the year 2 class went on an exciting trip to the safety centre.  They had a great time learning about how to keep safe in all sorts of different situations.  Next week, one of them will tell us more about it when we interview them.  By Jabir

19th April 2018

Friday, April 20, 2018

Ark Farm Visit

On Thursday 19th April, Nursery and Reception got to meet the animals from Ark Farm. They were situated in the nursery play area. There were 2 goats, 3 lambs, a donkey, a black pig, 5 chickens, 3 ducks and a dog [a golden retriever]. 2 ladies from Ark Farm came and gave a talk and told interesting facts about the animals to the children. They loved seeing the animals up close and were even able to stroke them if they wanted.    By Agyeiwah

Rounders Club

In rounders club we practiced catching and we were put in pairs of 2.  We had to throw the ball to each other and catch it and if we caught the ball we had to move a step back.  Then our teacher threw balls and all of us had to catch them and the tennis balls were worth 1 point and the rainbow ball was worth 2 points. Finally we were put in 2 teams and we had a race and it was a tie and I had a lot of fun. These are all skills needed to play rounders so it’s good that we are practising them.     By Madekh