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QR Treasure Hunt

Class 5 enjoyed a treasure hunt around school finding clues using QR codes.  The questions varied from recapping learning from lessons this week to writing Mondays date in Roman numerals.

Y6 Dodgeball Report

Y6 pupils enjoyed some fierce competition at a recent Dodgeball competition.

The dodgeball competition was a new event which we haven’t entered before, but decided we would like to give it a go. Learning as we played, the pupils managed to develop at an amazing pace.

In the first round we played three matches and out of these we won the first match remarkably quickly. The second match taught us a lot about tactics and we began to develop our own style of play leading to another win in our third match. Consequently our scores put us through to the next round where we had to play a team who were top of another group. Again we played well as a team and supported each other leading to a win. This put us through to the final match. We played very well and with great determination but unfortunately we didn’t manage to win the final. However, their place in the final match means that our team will go through to the next Telford and Wrekin competition to battle for a place at the School Summer Games in July.

The team all enjoyed the friendly atmosphere of the games and the fast pace of the sport. I think we will be entering again!

Y6 Bikeability

Thank you for returning the consent form for your child. ”Bikeability” is a national cycle training programme which is delivered by fully qualified instructors from the Telford & Wrekin Road Safety Department.

Areas covered include pedal positions and gears, safe start and stop, quick controlled stop, signalling, passing parked cars and junctions.

The sessions will be held on four consecutive Tuesdays –
5th February, 12th February, 26th February and 5th March

The pupils will be divided into two groups, with one group session in the morning, and another in the afternoon.

Each Tuesday morning the children need to bring their own bicycle, which must be in a roadworthy condition, and a properly fitting helmet – please see your checklist.

Would you also please ensure that they bring suitable outdoor clothing (waterproof if it’s wet, hat and gloves if it’s cold) and wear sensible shoes.

The ability to ride a bike safely on the road is a very important and valuable skill, and I am pleased that your child is taking part in the training.

Helen Osterfield


Y6 School Games Rounders

School Games Rounders

On Tuesday 3rd July, 11 year 6 children went to a rounders tournament for the School Games in Shrewsbury. We played North Shropshire, South Shropshire, East Shropshire and Trinity. We were representing Telford and Wrekin. We lost every game apart from our game against Trinity where we beat them 6-3. In another game, against East Shropshire, we lost six to six and a half and we were so annoyed! We had a great day and enjoyed taking part.
By Charlie


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