Year 6 (and 7) Residential Experience
Year Six and Seven pupils returned from their residential experience at the Outdoor Education Centre in Bromham, on Thursday afternoon, having enjoyed a wonderful week of activities and adventures. I know from the day that I spent with the group that they had a fantastic time. They all took part with eagerness and enthusiasm; even they were put in situations that they found quite challenging. They pushed themselves to overcome their fears and supported each other in both team and individual activities. We are extremely proud of each and every one of them and hope they enjoyed taking part in the challenges as much as the camp organisers enjoyed working with them. I am greatly indebted to Mrs Phillips for once again organising such an incredible experience for our pupils and to Mrs Rider and Ms Cooper who spent the week with the pupils. I am also very grateful to my other colleagues who visited the camp in the evenings and in their free time to support this wonderful event.
GVC Choral Group
Congratulations to the Choral group who performed superbly at the Stotfold Salvation Army Hall last Saturday. At the invitation of the London Salvation Army Brass Band, they performed a range of songs conducted by teachers Miss Allen and Miss Bailey. Their performance was greatly appreciated by a large audience who packed out the Hall and were very generous with their applause and in their praise of our pupils. The pupils sang a collection of Hymns, including; ‘Here I Am Lord,’ ‘Storm Is Passing Over’, and ‘What A friend I Have In Jesus.’ Two songs from the musical ‘Wicked,’ were performed, including: ’What Is this Feeling?’ and ‘For Good.’ They also sang Labi Siffre’s song, ‘Something Inside So Strong,’ and ‘Adiemus,’ by Carl Jennings. Finally, the group performed a song for deaf people, written and produced by the ‘Sign to Sing’ group, called ‘As One,’ The pupils performed this by singing and signing the words.
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Maths Challenge 2015 - Update
I can confirm that the Year 5 Maths team have reached the Cambridgeshire County Year 5 Mathematics Challenge Final in Duxford on Thursday 2nd July.
Huge congratulations to Ethan Kirby, Lucy Rafferty, Adrian Wood and Arabella Wright. We're very proud of you and look forward to supporting you at the Challenge Final.
KS2 Co-ordinator, Mathematics