2020 brought around a slightly different kind of sports day. Over 100 of our pupils took part in first ever Rainbow games, both at home and in school. The day consisted of children competing in for their houses in a range of throwing, jumping and running activities alongside
Pupils at Penpol have performed amazingly well in French this past term by showing that they can order food an drink in French. All classes performed really well, using the key phrases “je voudrais” (I would like) and “s’il vous plaît” in order to order food and drink.
This term, Reception have been learning about food and drink in preparation for their French café lesson this week. The children were brilliant at recalling different foods in French, saying which colour they were in French and also singing a song about food. They also acted out the
Classes 1 and 2 have danced themselves around the world with some amazing dances from India, Mexico, Russia, Hawaii, England and Ireland. The dance show started with a song to welcome parents in different languages then started with Class1’s graceful Bollywood dance. I liked the Bollywood dance best.
With the final term at Penpol School almost upon us, it’s the perfect time to reflect and evaluate on the year so far. All students here at Penpol have one hour a week of French, as well as the opportunity of attending after school language club on Thursdays.
Since Christmas Class 2 have been learning about the different continents and countries all around the world. The class have learnt about their own country, as well as others such as China, Mexico, Hawaii and the Arctic. The children have enjoyed looking at lots of photos and videos
Reggie is the Computing Star of the Week this week because of his incredibly determined and impressive work last week in the Infant Mac Suite. The class were learning keyboard skills and letter recognition and Reggie preserved and ended up achieving the highest results in the class by
Over the last month each class has been preparing an advent box for Christmas. However, these advent boxes are difference compared to those most children have at home because instead of taking a chocolate or treat out like traditional advent calendar, the children have been bringing food into