This afternoon, 2s performed a wonderful, creative assembly all about the artist Claude Monet. They even had Claude himself here to talk to us and look at their art work.
We were taught facts all about his life, shown how they worked to create their own pieces of art like Monet did and spoken to in french!
To finish their assembly, they performed a marvellous dance to sur le pont d’avignon.
It was a great, confident and informative assembly. Well done 2S!
This week on Friday 2nd November 2S performed their fascinating class assembly all about the Gunpowder Plot. They went back in time to November 1605 to show us how it all began. They started with King James the 1st walking across the hall showing everybody what he looked like. After that, Guy Fawkes made a plan to kill the king with his ten friends. However, Guy Fawkes didn’t succeed and was caught by the king’s guards who sent him and his friends to prison.
2S then sang a song to celebrate all religions working together. The excellent story taught us how Bonfire night all started.
What an excellent assembly 2S. Well Done!
On Thursday the 5th of July, Year 2 went on an amazing trip to Yorkshire Wildlife Park, as part of their animal learning in science! Eventhough the temperatures were through the roof, the children went around the park, looking at all the different animals, and learning some fun facts that they could use for their topic when they got back to school. Some of the animals they saw were: baboons, painted dogs, lemurs, wallabies, tigers, lions, rhinos, giraffes, polar bears and meerkats.
They moved onto a fantastic workshop all about polar bears, and learned some interesting information about their lifestyle. Polar bears are becoming endangered due to the ice caps which are melting because of global warming. Not only that, but some polar bears have sadly had to swim for 9 days non stop, just to find the next iceberg, and because they are melting, their food, seals, are also disappearing. The children found out that they could help the situation by turning off lights and electricity when we are not using them. They also learnt some facts about the polar bears appearance: they have small ears to keep the heat in; black skin to absorb heat; their fur isn’t white – its transparent; they weigh the same as a small car and they have large paws to stop them falling through the ice!
Year 2 said they had a fantastic day and they had a brilliant time although it was really warm! They enjoyed learning all about the different animals and the polar bears, and really enjoyed their workshop – Oscar even said it was the best trip ever!
Today, 2S performed an amazing assembly all about the book that they had been learning in class. They told us that it was all about teamwork and so linked to our school motto of ‘Together we can’. It was so good that people clapped regularly throughout it and there were lots of laughs. Linked to the theme of different coloured crayons, they sang two fantastic songs about the colours of the rainbow. Their singing was very clear and lovely to listen to.
They acted out the story with children dressed as the crayons! Each of the crayons read out the letter they had written to the little boy who used them. These letters were funny! 2S explained about working together during sports day and cheering/motivating each other so showed that they had learnt from the teamworking in their book.
It was a very good assembly everyone spoke clearly, fluent and loud so everyone could hear them!
Well Done 2S!
Today, Year 2 did a fantastic assembly all about Bonfire Night and the Gunpowder Plot. Their aim was to make people remember not only the 5th of November but how everyone follows different religions and beliefs which it is important to understand. They explained that we should listen to everyone’s point of view and be kind to each other- if we do this we all live peacefully.
They exclaimed how people celebrate Bonfire night:
Bonfires with a model Guy Fawkes on top.
Guy Fawkes wanted England to be catholic again so he and a group of friends planned a plot of gunpowder in the Houses of Parliament to kill the King. Fortunately, he failed and got caught by the king’s guards. With his friends, he was sentenced to be hung and quartered.
Year 2 did a wonderful job and we definitely learnt the importance of listening to and accepting other people’s views.
This afternoon we had our live final of Blakehill;s Got Talent and what a fantastic show it was. Below are the videos of all the entries. Class have been voting and the winner will be announced tomorrow morning! Good Luck to everyone involved, you are all winners in my eyes!
At the end of the show the staff also put on a special performance too…
This week everyone in Blakehill got the chance to audition for our popular show Blakehill’s Got Talent. This show will take place on the 20th July on the last week of term. After all the talent the teachers saw, they counted up the votes that the pupils had written down. Eventually they were counted up and that brought it down to one act per class.
These are the contestants of Blakehill Got Talent 2017,
- RD- Lacey- Gymnastics
- RG- Frank, Frazer- Jokes
- 1W – Zach and friends- Dancing
- IP- Mollie, Layla, Megan and Scarlett- Dancing
- 2S- Lily-Mae -Old Mcdonald
- 2P- Eleanor- Ballet
- 3R- Duggy-Rap
- 3P- Jessica- Dancing
- 4L- Ethan and Daniel- Comedy
- 4LO- Rees- Playing Guitar
- 5H- Elliot- Singing
- 5R- The Boyz: Subhan, Steven,Joe, Jake and George- Mixed Dance
- 6S- Ruby-Singing
- 6R- Abu- Car noises
There are all of the contestants for the show. We can’t wait to see these amazing, talented pupils perform. Well Done to everyone who auditioned and got through! Good Job! 🙂
Today Mrs Scott’s class held a fantastic assembly all about Health week,(that has been this week). TO start of their assembly they explained what your body needs to stay healthy and spoke about the different food groups eg: carbohydrate and protein. They told us how to keep fit and told us they have been doing a daily mile, like other classes, for a whole week! They then told the audience about a boot camp training session they had done with Steve O, a personal trainer, from Kents fitness gym! After all of this, they told us how important sleeping is and told everyone, very strictly, to go to bed at 7 O’clock so that we get enough sleep! “NEVER” they said, I don’t blame them! As part of their health week they made fruit kababs made out of delicious fruits such as strawberries, blueberries and so on. They cut open fruit to see what it look like and they got told they had to draw a picture, which all turned out like master pieces! To finish their fantastic assembly they sang a song about staying healthy.
On Tuesday 16th May, weather permitting, Reception, Years 1 and 2, will be holding their Sports Day at 1:45 PM.
Year 3 and 4 is on Wednesday 17th May, weather permitting.
Year 5 and 6 is on Thursday 18th May, weather permitting.
You can come and watch your child by going through the gate on Doctor Hill.
For Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 your child may come to school wearing their house colour and suitable sports clothing. However, Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 your child should be sent to school in their normal uniform and bring their sports clothes to change into.
On the day, please make sure that any younger children/toddlers are kept off of the race track where Sports Day is taking place as we don’t want them to get hurt.
And please do not give your children snacks in the afternoon because we don’t want to distract them from the events.
If it is a warm day please send your child to school with a bottle of water and a sun hat and please make sure to put sun cream on your child if necessary.
By Adam and Alex
Yesterday, Years 1,2 and 3 met Mark Jobling, the Community Cricket Coach for Yorkshire Cricket Board, who came in to encourage them to try All Star Cricket and play for Bolton Villas or Thackley Cricket Club as they are linked to the cricket board!
Did you know that for just £40 you could get 8 one hour coaching sessions BUT as well as that you can also get:
– A backpack
– A cricket bat
– A water bottle
– A cricket ball
– A personalised shirt
– and a hat!
All included in the same price!
Mums and dads are encouraged to take part! All children in Year 1,2 and 3 were given a leaflet and a wristband today to remind them about it.