During yesterday’s Easter Technology day, we trialed the paper planes, which we had made for our STEM Learning Log. We are pleased to announce the following winners of each house team along with the distances their planes travelled: Wordsworth: Maysa (flight distance = 8.75m) Rossetti: Emily (flight distance = 9.17m) Keats: Jacob (flight distance = 6.79m) Tennyson: Nathan Read More
Harrie has created an informative video on sustainable, and environmentally friendly products sourced from the rainforest.
Please find attached our whole school STEM learning log launched in today’s science assembly. Please bring in your planes on 28.3.18 for flight trials during Easter Technology Day. whole school learning log_Paper Planes 22.3.18 PDF
Torpel have been exploring the impact of rainforest deforestation. They took on various roles connected with the issue, such as: indigenous tribe member, animals of the rainforest, loggers and those working for commercial companies. They then debated their views before holding a ballot. Torpel class voted strongly that rainforest deforestation should not continue!
Due to the weather, school will be closed today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and will keep you updated.
The children were fantastic and all ran very well. The Year3/4 A team came first out of the 13 schools and the B team a close 4th. Overall with our points added together from the Year3/4 and 5/6 races,John Clare School came a fantastic SECOND place out of 13 schools!
Netball/Football match report. Written by Lucy, Lily and Isla- Bronze Ambassadors What a brilliant day for all the netballers and footballers that went to compete against Newborough school. They explained that the match was a great experience and would love to do it again. Newborough were a great opposing team just as John Clare Read More
Dear Parents/Carers, Just a quick reminder that next Thursday will be Torpel’s Class Assembly. This will be followed by a Stay and Share session in the classroom, where you will be able to look through your child’s learning with them. We hope to see lots of you there! Best wishes, Mrs Nicolson and Mrs Morris
Lily and Caitlin’s entertaining rainforest facts homework. They are having lots of fun explaining their knowledge of the rainforest in the guise of explorers.