Saturday, 11 August 2018

Top Doodlers in August

Well done to these children for being the top Doodlers over the past 7 days. It isn't too late to enter the Doodlemaths Summer Challenge. Prizes to be won by following the guidelines!

https://www.doodlemaths.com/doodlemathschallenge/


Friday, 20 July 2018

Reception - thank you!

Just a little message from Miss Clarke and Miss Lawrence to say a huge

Well done!

The children have thrived this year and are so ready for their next adventure in Year 1. We are very proud of how much they have grown and flourished in such a short space of time. 

We also wanted to say thank you.
We cannot thank you enough for all the gifts, cards, kind words (which really do mean an awful lot to us); the generosity truly is touching. It is with home support that we can hope to provide the best education for the children at Windhill21. So thank you for your endless support. 


All that's left to say is...

Have a lovely Summer!
See you in September

Miss Lawrence and Miss Clarke 
😊

Thursday, 19 July 2018

Year 3 Last Week

Year 3 have been having a really fun and emotional last week preparing to say farewell to some of their peers and some of their teachers, but are also looking forward to the challenges ahead in Year 4.
This afternoon Year 3 enjoyed some time in the forest using charcoal to create some natural artwork, building homes for the forest creatures for the holidays and also enjoyed a rounders tournament.





Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Reverend Sarah visits year one

 
Reverend Sarah came to visit Year one today.  She told us all about her journey to becoming a priest.  She works at Holy Trinity Church in Bishops Stortford.  The children had lots of questions to ask her about her job.  She had a beautiful stole which had pictures of her family on it.

We’re going on a rock hunt!


Year 4 went to St Michael’s church to hunt for rocks! As well as identifying different types of rock and their uses, we also identified the best types of rock for gravestones and statues and found evidence of biological and physical ageing.




Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Towns Class Aspirations Week

Towns Class enjoyed an exciting Aspirations Week where they learnt more about the previous scientific life of our teaching assistant, Miss Clayton, as well as learning about the responsibilities that come with growing up and owning their own things.


They played games and completed activities which helped them to realise that there is a difference between things they need and things they want in life and how they need to live within their means and stick to a budget.
                                            The Game of Life





 


 

Monday, 16 July 2018

Igniting Aspirations in Riley Class



Last week the children had an exciting week with lots of visitors and activities to ignite their aspirations for the future from writing CVs to street dancing. Here are a few photos of their street dancing in action! Thank you to all the parents and volunteers for coming in.