Class 2 - What have we been up to?
Witches and Wizards Disco
On Thursday 21st October, the children were invited to a Witches and Wizards Disco. They went on a trail to find lots of goodies in our school grounds, it was fantastic to see the older children taking care of the younger ones. They enjoyed lots of party games, dancing and food.
Witches and Wizards
The children had the opportunity to dress up as Witches and Wizards for the day. The lessons were themed around this, including reading parts of Harry Potter and completing spooky maths problems.
We have reintroduced the Daily Mile to the children. Dependent on the weather, the children usually run 7 laps of the field during the afternoon breaktime. This week, we have timed the children to see how long it took them to run the mile. We will do the same after October half to see if individual fitness levels have improved.
The Lunchtime Library - September 2021
To encourage the love and joy of reading, we have introduced The Lunchtime Library which takes place every Tuesday and Friday lunchtime.
The library is set up outside in the playground, where children can borrow a book to share with a friend or read quietly by themselves. The older children, and members of staff, read stories to our younger children who are just starting out on their reading journey.
As you can see, the children are really enjoying using the library and we have had a very successful first week of being open!
School Council - September 2021
Well done to all the children who prepared their school council speeches. You all came up with some good ideas and it was a hard decision who to vote for.
Well done to the following children- George, Lilly- May, Anabelle, Lily, Alex and Emily.
Leavers Lunch - 20th July 2021
The year 6 children sat together with staff to eat a lovely lunch provided by our cook. We had the slide show of photos running, and it was great to reminisce with the children about their time at Saint Williams.
The year 6 children enjoyed a trip to the lakes as their treat trip. They worked as a team to complete the course, as one of the boys said, "I couldn't have completed the last part without my friends."
All the children have been earning dojo points throughout the year. The winners were meant to be visiting a local ice cream parlour, unfortunately, due to covid, this had to be adapted. We set up our own ice cream parlour at school for the children to make their own. It was enjoyed by all!
Well done to all the children that were in the top 20 scorers.