The rain held off on Friday afternoon and year 5 enjoyed a lovely trip around the village. They visited the war memorial and church in preparation for their first History topic
Year 5 children at school today took part in a 'big' art activity where they recreated Van Gogh's 'Starry Night' using mixed media. They learnt about Van Gogh's life and looked at some of his famous works of art.
Then the children took one section of the painting and made it their own!
Haven't they done a fantastic job?
Mrs Trepess and Mr Page
London 2019 - key information
With Activities Week not far away please find below key information regarding the London 2019 trip.
All activities and visits have been comprehensively risk assessed and these risk assessments have been approved by Dorset County Council.
Risk assessments rely on the co-operation of the children and their compliance with the agreed ‘Code of Conduct’.
We have received risk assessments from all locations and added in some of our own safety measures.
Risk assessments can be view in school, please contact Miss Mills if you wish to view them.
Cover for this residential trip is provided by:
Dorset County Council
Policy Number: 0010628090
Code of Conduct
Do not run anywhere indoors
Do not go outside without an adult
Stay with your group and group leader when outside
Think about what you do and say at all times
Do not go downstairs in the hotel without an adult
Do not go into any room except your own
Keep your room clean and tidy at all times
Be kind, helpful and considerate to your room mates
When an adult asks you to listen, do so immediately
Take care of everyone
Be silent after lights out and until a member of staff wakens you in the morning
Use kind words, actions and manners
Poor behaviour from a pupil affecting the success of the visit and the well-being of others, may result in his/her visit being terminated. Parents will be responsible for the immediate collection of their child.
Located in Putney Bridge Approach.
Multi-bedded, en-suite rooms.
Comfortable and clean.
Includes cooked / continental breakfast.
Grouped together on the same floor, with staff allocated rooms interspersed between children’s.
Communication via mobile phones (staff) and hotel phone system.
Day 1 at Tower of London-packed lunch (needs to be provided - no lunchboxes please).
Day 2 at Science Museum/London Aquarium -sandwiches and snacks.
Day 3 at London Wetlands - sandwiches and snacks
Day 1 at Rainforest Café
Day 2 at Byron Burger
Children will pre-order their meals.
Allergies and intolerances will be catered for.
Comfortable and smart clothing for wear throughout the visit – be prepared for all weathers!
A waterproof jacket, sensible shoes and sun cream.
Any medication, including travel sickness tablets, named and with written instructions.
Packed lunch for the day of departure in disposable bag and water for the journey. Sweets in moderation.
Pocket money – no more than £30 is permitted. Opportunities to purchase items in the gift shops.
Nightwear and toiletries (plus teddy / night-time cuddly – they’ll all have them!)
Sturdy water bottle and backpack
NO MOBILE PHONES/ ELECTRONICS or JEWELLERY.
PLEASE NAME ALL PERSONAL BELONGINGS.
ANY ITEM YOUR CHILD BRINGS WILL BE THEIR RESPONSIBILITY AT ALL TIMES AND LOSSES WILL NOT BE REPORTED TO THE POLICE.
Additional feature: CAPS WITH CMS LOGO FOR A KEEP-SAKE AND AS AN ADDITIONAL SAFTEY MEASURE.
English homework project
Last week we launched our exciting South Africa research project in English. Remember, don't wait to start and talk to your teacher if you're not sure what to do.
Five only Fun Friday
It was great to meet so many of you on Friday and I know that the children enjoyed you being there. I understand that they went on to have a fantastic evening, participating in the many exciting events that their teachers had organised for them and getting to know one another better. I’m sure I can speak on behalf of you all in saying a huge thank you to the teachers, kitchen staff and PTA members whose dedication and efforts make events like this possible. The positive feedback received, both verbally and in the feedback book that was circulating that evening, was much appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to do that.
LATEST TIMINGS FOR LONDON TRIP
Due to the heavy traffic the London Trip will be arriving back at school at approximately 5:00pm. Please note that due to safe guarding you will be required to collect your child from the school hall.
29th June 2018
We have now left London and are making our way back to school. The traffic is very heavy and we will update you again later with our time of arrival back at school
June 28th, 2018
Another jam packed day at the aquarium and London eye! The children were brave enough to walk across the shark tank and ride the towering heights of the London eye. A fantastic day had by all...and it’s not even over yet!
London 2nd group.
London 2nd group have enjoyed a great 1 night sleep in the hotel, followed by a lovely breakfast this morning. We have spent the morning at the Wetlands centre learning about mini beasts and having fun on the adventure playground. We are now on route to the aquarium. :) All having a great time!
Year 5 London- Trip A departure
Wow! What an incredible three days we have had with the first half of Year 5. The children have had a couple of fun-filled, jam-packed days with so many activities, ranging from pond dipping, to riding the London eye, to walking across a shark tank in the London Aquarium...not to mention the delicious food which has been gobbled up! The Lion King was a huge hit- with the actors and actresses, dressed in costumes, walking down the aisles directly next to us! I'm sure the children will have told you all about it and will be talking about it for many days to come. A big well done to every single child on the trip, setting such a lovely example with their kindness and manners. We had compliments from the public and staff, everywhere we went! Now time for some well deserved and much needed rest! Miss Capp.