Have you seen these dirty, rotten crooks? They’ve been spotted loitering around Splodge City and causing mischief. If you’ve seen them you need to speak to the new Sheriff in town, Sheriff Wilbur. For more information you’ll need to come to the Year 5-6 production on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st of July.
On Monday 11th July 2011 William, Sam (both Class 6) & Amy (Class 8) went to a headmaster conference at the GuildHall in Winchester. There we set up a table and showed some headteachers and other people a presentation about what we’ve been doing this year. At lunchtime we stuffed our faces with cake! 😀 😛
Edit (from Mr Addison): The conference was for headteachers from across Hampshire. The idea was to share curriculum innovation and this was done in a couple of ways. There were a number of workshops and then there was the marketplace where people could walk around and see work and ideas from schools. We had a stand in the marketplace and Sam, Will and Amy were responsible for sharing our blogs, Google Apps and other exciting ICT. They were amazing! One teacher said, “you have every right to be proud of them! Fantastic ambassadors for your school. Well done!” and the language consultant for Hampshire, Jo Rhys-Jones said, “Please pass on my thanks and respects to Sam, who is a very eloquent ICT leader :0).”
Today 8th June 2o11 we planted cress and french beans. We are doing lots of different experiments and here are some of them: do they need leaves to grow? How much water do they need? What temperature the water is?How much light do they need? Thats it. If you like the sound of them please leave a comment and maybe we could put pictures of the different stages. Thank you
This weekend children from St John the Baptist Primary school were on BBC Click, a technology show on BBC News 24. We were lucky enough to be involved due to our work on game design and programming. We include this in the curriculum for a number of reasons including the fact that it is great fun! It also encourages the children to solve problems and to be creative. Click wanted to see why we think it is important and to see it in action. Below you can see just our section from the report, we hope you enjoy the video!
Today was an exciting day at St John’s, but one where we remembered a friend too. Jamie passed away last year and we wanted to celebrate his fun, active life with a day of activities. We had three different workshops within school. We had a magician, a skip-hop workshop and we learnt some circus skills.
In Year 5/6 while we weren’t skipping or learning magic tricks, we were making paper cranes based on the Japanese art of origami. Some of us found this very hard, but we had fun anyway!
We hope you enjoy the pictures of a fun day, but one where we remember our friend, Jamie.