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
KS1 Children have really enjoyed this terms “Wake Up and Shake Up” routine. All children from Reception and Years 1 and 2 have been rocking out their dance moves to the sound of ‘Fireball’. Children can be seen jumping, clapping, and grape vining across the playground and by
Infant Star of the Week Class 1 – Reception – Enya Enya has been amazing this week. She has done some amazing singing during rehearsals for our Christmas singsong and performs amazingly as an excited sheep. Enya really listens well in class and is keen to join in
Class 2 were very excited this week to welcome a special visitor Mollie into our classroom to do some science experiments. Mollie showed the class lots of experiments all to do with colours. The first experiment involved some skittles and warm water. A couple of children carefully arranged
Overall Infant Star of the Week Class 1 – Faith Our infant star of the week is Faith. Faith has done some amazing writing this week and I am really impressed with her letter formation. She is linking sounds to letters and has written some great news writing.
The reception classes have been busy this week painting their own self portraits. To fit in with our topic of ourselves, the children spent time looking at their own reflections and made decisions on which colours where needed for their master pieces. I like painting because I paint
Today marks the European Day of Languages, a day to celebrate the 6000+ languages spoken around the world. To mark the occasion at Penpol we’ve arranged a special non-uniform day where the children came to school dressed in the colours of their favourite flag. Even more excitingly, Mr