Cashed Green 1
After working on tag rugby in PE this term it was fantastic to take 13 Sparrowhawks to Cashes Green to play a competitive game. I was incredibly impressed with their passing, running with the ball and overall teamwork. A particular well done to those who were playing their first ever tag rugby match.
Today we had an amazing P.E lesson learning to play rugby in the rain. The children developed their handling skills, whilst working as a team and getting rather wet and muddy. Look out for the video highlights coming soon!
We had a great P.E session today where we played throw golf for the first time. The children had to battle a rather hilly course which would change even the best golfers but they all had great fun.
The Natural History Museum – Blue whale, moving dinosaurs, creepy crawlers, earthquake room.
Tour through London – Buckingham Palace, The River Thames, Hyde Park, Piccadilly, Guided your from Sophia
Matilda on the West End
Awesome trip from start to finish
Reading – To continue to read everyday to tick off more of your reading bingo cards.
P.E – To Teach someone at home the rhyme that you were taught in P.E. (plainsy, clapsy, around the world, to backsy, touch your fingers, touch your toes, under both arches and around you go)
TTRS – Battle of the bands (Team Muskett Vs Team Smith)
Spellings – To be tested on Friday 22nd March
Group 1 – dislike, disobey, discolour, discover, disappear, dishonest, disallow, disbelieve, disapprove, discontinue.
Group 2 – submerge, subheading, submarine, subordinate, subway, superman, supervise, supersede, superpower, superhuman
It was great to share our gymnastics with Ospreys on Thursday as part of our whole school gym sharing day.
We are now looking forward to showing the parents our completed performance in our class assembly.
On Wednesday Sparrowhawks took part in our first Sportshall athletics. They took part in 10 events including speed bounce, hi-stepper, chest push and target throw. Today the children were given the results with their certificates and I think it’s fair to say lots are already looking forward to beating their scores next year.