During lunch times this week, the children have had the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the 6 different personal challenges they are set to face in P.E. after half term.
The athletic based circuit has challenged but not defeated our enthusiastic athletes. You may recognise a few having a go and improving their own times, repetitions and precision on each station.
We look forward to watching the children progress and improve over the last half term of the school year.
If your child is starting school with us in September, you will soon receive a letter with information and dates about your child’s transition to Tibberton School. There will be several opportunities for you and your child to come into school and familiarise yourself with us and your new class.
We had a very busy afternoon which included basketball, water play, planting a sage bush, bug hunting, role play, seed bomb planting, watering, weeding ..we even created Tibberton’s own beach!
Year 1 and Reception have been having great fun doing maths outdoors this week. We have been measuring lengths and heights of objects that we have found outside. Today we have been using using the language for direction such as forward, backward, turn left, turn right. We then programmed our Beebot partner to move around the playground!
Eight of our year 5’s had the opportunity to take part in a Science Technology Engineering and Maths workshop this morning. The main focus was algorithms which required the children to problem solve using computers, mathematical operations and programming.
1. The aeronautical challenge – virtual experience
2. Turtle challenge – programming by using and creating angles
3. Lego challenge 1 – programming a plane using circuits to create movement, sound and light
4. Lego challenge 2 – programming a robot aircraft to travel a set distance of 180cm
5. Micro:bit – programming your own Morse code message
6. The Drone challenge – whilst at the virtual Training Flight school, programming to make a drone fly
The children were challenged to work independently and also with a partner. It was a great way to meet children from other local schools too. As ever, their behaviour was impeccable!
Well done to all involved and thank you to BBS staff who made us feel welcome.
We had great fun today, despite the rain!! Activities included making a shades of green pallete, a papier-mâché seed bomb and a cress caterpillar!
Here are some photos from last week:
Dates for the KS2 Summer Production were sent out on the newsletter last Friday but on these same days, 8th and 9th July, the Year 6’s will be on their transition days. Due to this, the KS2 performances will now be on:
Monday 15th July 2pm
Tuesday 16th July 2pm
Tuesday 16th July 6pm
We like to give you as much notice as possible for events and dates but these are always subject to change. We will always inform you at the earliest possible opportunity of any changes to diary dates.