2G performed their fantastic assembly today, about the Great Fire of London in 1666! They spoke loud and clear, and everyone learned lots about the disastrous fire in London, many many years ago.
They enjoyed their interesting visit from Alex Fellowes, playing the role of a witness of the great fire, and learned lots of fascinating things from him. 2G did brilliant in their assembly, as well as having lots of fun telling everyone about their fantastic time.
By Keira 5H
1P performed their class assembly on the 23rd January. We had a slight technical hitch, but here it is!
Last year, we had a big campaign to recruit a new School Crossing person for Blakehill. Now, the council have accepted and Mr.Drinkwater is now part of the Blakehill family. Below is a quick interview with Mr Drinkwater all about his how he is settling into his new role at Blaekhill.
What is your favourite part of the job?
My favourite part is watching all the people getting across the road and home safely.
What is your least favourite part of the job?
Seeing crazy drivers that are speeding or parking on double yellow lines.
How long have you been doing this job?
I have been a School crossing patrol for about 15 years.
What other schools have you worked at?
I have worked at Thorpe, Hanson, Infirmary and many others.
By Jake and Nell
Next week on Tuesday it is safer internet day!
At Blakehill we talk about E-Safety throughout the year. It is very important that we know how to stay safe while we are online. Throughout the school we will be taking part in some fun activities all about staying safe online. We won’t just be doing activities we will also be learning how to be safe on the internet. We do this every single year so we don’t forget how important E-Safety is and how dangerous it can be. Our digital leaders will be doing an assembly in front of the whole school all about safer internet day.
Keep safe on the internet !
By Elyse 5S
The new after school clubs will be taking place in March however slips have to be in by Thursday 12th February, no later than 9:00AM.
Athletics: Athletics will take place for children in Year 6 on a Monday after school with Sports UK coaches from 3.15-4.15. There is no cost carried with this activity. Athletics will begin on Monday 2nd March 2015 and run for 4 weeks, finishing on Monday 23rd March 2015.
Ball Sills: Ball Skills will take place for children in Year 1 on a Tuesday after school with sports UK coaches from 3.15-4.15. There is no cost carried with this activity. Ball Skills will begin on Tuesday 3rd March 2015 and run for 4 weeks, finishing on Tuesday 24th March 2015.
Multi-Skills: Multi-Skills will take place for children in Year 2 on a Wednesday after school with Sports UK coaches from 3.15 – 4.15. There is no cost carried with this activity. Multi-Skills will begin on Wednesday 4th March 2015 and run for 4 weeks, finishing on Wednesday 25th March 2015. There will be a competition at the end of this school club.
Basketball: Basketball will take place for children in Year 4 and 5 on a Thursday after school with Sports UK coaches from 3.15-4.15. There is no cost carried with this activity. Basketball will begin on Thursday 5th March 2015 and run for 4 weeks, finishing on Thursday 26th March 2015.
You will be informed by Friday 27th February if you have received a placed in your chosen club.
By Libby and Rebecca.
We hope you have had a lovely day at school Kayden.
On the 15th & 16th of January, Blakehill had visit from Ofsted. They wanted to inspect our school. We were all on our best behaviour (like always) hoping that they would be as impressed with our school as we are.
The report states … “All groups make good progress“, “Pupils make good progress because teaching is good“, “The school’s safeguarding procedures are highly effective“, “Governors know the school well and share the clear vision of senior leaders“, “Behavior of pupils is good. It is a strength of the school and is at times outstanding”
Everyone is so proud of Blakehill! The Ofsted framework has changed alot since 2012 so “Good” is a huge achievement. We are extremely proud of our school and are very pleased with our report.
Today 1R did an amazing class assembly. They worked hard all week on this assembly and all there hard work payed off. It was a fantastic assembly all about Kenya of the story Hanya’s Fruit. But it just wasn’t all about that story they also found out some facts about Kenya and told us them in assembly. They did some brilliant acting and spoke loud and clearly. They learnt an Africa song to sing in front of everybody at assembly and there singing was absolutely amazing!
They had lots of fun doing there assembly and we had lots of fun watching it!