In the past few weeks, we have had something called the food bank which is where we collect certain types of food for people who need it most. The foods that we were allowed to bring were things like pasta, tea bags, soup, cereal and canned foods. We have estimated about over one hundred full bags have been brought in so far. This was our last week collecting so we can not wait until we find out how many pieces of food we have donated to the people who need it most.
By Eleanor and Ava
On Wednesday, most of the school went into the hall to listen to Mr Frowd play his guitar, sing many interesting songs and let us take part. After, a few songs he told us about his time at school, him having to move to a different one at 7 and two boys being his friends. The songs that he sang were very fun and also there were many actions involved that we joined in with. Whenever he played his guitar, he always plays a nice tune. We were upset that we only got half an hour to listen to his amazing songs and we were sad he had to go. We cannot wait for the next one!
By Avroop and Ivy.
Today Year 6 had a special PE session! It involved Frisbee’s!
They had 4 TEAMS and the teams were pink , blue , green and red . They had to learn 3 rules and they were:
- 3 second to pass the Frisbee,
- you can only drop it 5 times
- only front passes
There was red vs green and blue vs pink.Overall everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. We can’t wait until it’s our turn!
Mia and Hannah
On Thursday afternoon Nathan , Alice and the children performed an incredible drumming assembly. The children involved had worked with Nathan since the end of last year developing their drumming skills.
First, Riley and Dempsey performed an excellent duet. Nathan showed them a beat , Riley and Dempsey had to copy it. It was amazing! Alice explained how she had taught them the different type of drums used on the full set. She also took part and tried to distract the children to show how well focused they were.
After the boys, it was Amber and lily’s turn. They did it to the song Boomerang. Even though they were really young, they were really good. After that, other chilren took to the stage no matter what year they were in, they were still fantastic to watch.
We all loved the assembly too much and were all disappointed that we had to go back to class.
By Leah and Freya
Mollie is going to Nell Bank next week so I am giving her some tips!
At Nell bank there’s lots of fun things explore. You do many different activities like my favorite thing was the playground. Mollie has been to Nell Bank before for school linking and she loved the scavenger hunt.
Are the beds cozy?
Yes there are bunk beds and they’re really nice and comfy.
Is it fun,exciting and enjoyable?
Yes it’s really good and if you don’t go then you’ll regret it. You get to spend a lot of time with your friends and explore all day. The adventure park is the best!
How long does the walk go on for?
We go for 14 miles in total and 6 hours.
Phoebe and Mollie
On Tuesday the 15th we had an exciting neon disco that was organised by our PTFA. There were sweets, hot dogs, refreshments, flashing lights, and lots more!
First , it was Key Stage 1 from 5.00 to 6.00 then it was Key Stage 2 which was from 6.15 to 7.15. It was two pounds entry and we had lots of fun with dancing, singing and flashing disco lights. In Key Stage 2 we could buy friend ship bracelets, neon glasses, flashing fruit rings , flashing finger lights and lots of other things. Everyone looked funny wearing their neon accessories while they danced.
We had lots of fun dancing and singing with our friends in our bright clothes. We enjoyed it so much we can not wait for the next one!
By Florence and Ruby
Today, 5L performed an amazing assembly about their residential trip to Ingleborough Hall.
First it started off with the children talking about how it was and how they perservered with the tough challenges.
Then it was about the amazing show cave that we had to go through. The Children described how fun it was and what it was like.They talked about the funny creations like the elephant and the underwater city.
Next , was tree climbing. The children explained about how challenging it was and how they were working together as a team to pull the ropes!
After that, it was caving. The children talked about how exciting it was although the water was a lot deeper this year. In the cave, there were lots of challenges like the worm hole and sandwich.
Then, they talked about the long walk which was very funny. During the walk they stopped in a park in Austwick to eat lunch and have fun on the slides.
Next was gorge scrambling and Kobe talked about how it was a cross between tree climbing and caving. It was really fun yet challenging.
On the nights, the children watched a DVD, went bat hunting, had a story teller and did country dancing.
After explaining it all, the amazing assembly ended with a big round of applause.
By Leah and Cara
Yesterday, Cobalt Brass, a woodwind band, came in to show us what they could do all the way from Manchester.
At first, they played some tunes and we had to guess what the song was. After that, they introduced themselves and their instruments as each one of them went into center stage. They taught us what their instruments can do and the different parts which make it up.
Then we played a game with Farmer Joe and had to guess the which animal he was making the sound of. Since we guessed them all right, we got one last song which was fantastic.
We all loved them coming in and it was a lovely and interesting assembly.
By Mollie and Freya
On Tuesday, 4 Zulu warriors came to our school and spent all day teaching dances and making pupils laugh. We were all very grateful for them to come to Blakehill and teach us how to dance.
The Zulu warriors did three amazingly loud assemblies that thrilled all the children by the loud drums and amazing dancing. After a while, everyone got out of assembly and headed back to class. After lunch, some year groups went down to the hall and the Zulu warriors taught them a dance which were performed in an assembly later in the day. It was a fantastic day which engaged all the children and certainly will not be forgotten any time soon.
By Cara and Eleanor
Today, 5HJ did their class assembly all about Ingleborough Hall.
It started off with the first group talking about what happened when they got there. What happened? First, they unpacked, got their dormitories ready and had lunch. For lunch they had, sandwich, crisps, yogurt and a drink.
Next, a couple more people stood up and talked about the Show Cave. They talked about stalactites and stalagmites that where in the cave. The guide said that two men discovered the cave a very long time ago.
Then the rest of the children talked about what they did and it was really interesting. It must of been a great trip!
By Freya and Mollie