What an amazing half term it has been. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our Extreme Reading Challenge. It has been incredible to see the exciting adventures your reading has taken you. Infant and Junior winners will be announced this Friday. Have a lovely Christmas! Keeeeeeeeeeeep
Another fantastic round of photos! It is brilliant to see so many new faces taking part in the Extreme Reading Challenge. Keep sending in your creative ways to read. The competition is heating up, winners will be announced on the 14th of December. Still plenty of time to
What a fantastic start to our Extreme Reading Challenge! You have certainly been very busy over the holidays. It is fantastic to see you all enjoying reading and coming up with creative ideas, from reading upside down to reading on top of roof tops. I cannot wait to
Class 4 have had an amazing start to the school year and are settling in really well. They are particularly enjoying their maths lessons this week. The topic is ‘counting and sorting’ and the children are trying to find as many different ways to sort the objects as
For the last in our series of three posts about this years Music in the Marquee, I’m delighted to share with you our official video of the event! You may have seen Miss Clarey with her camera out all evening, getting lots of videos of everything that goes
On Saturday night we hosted our fourth Music in the Marquee concert featuring DJ Flo Selecta, Ben Thorpe and of course, Bradley Johnson. My friend Matt Bromage was here with his camera and has kindly shared these amazing photos with us. Don’t forget you can click on each
On Saturday night we welcomed back Bradley Johnson to Penpol School to play our annual Music in the Marquee fundraising concert. We also welcomed a very talented friend of Mr Woolcock, Matt Bromage, who was on hand with his camera to get some photos of the evening.
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.
Class 4 have been learning all about the Great Fire of London this term. To mark the end of their exciting project, the class gathered outside with their handmade London houses to understand just how quickly the fire spread through the city. Alan started a small fire at
The children in Year One have been creating soundtracks for a clip of the classic cartoon Tom and Jerry. After watching the short 1 minute clip, they discussed what sounds they could make for each of the different elements. We focused on dynamics, discussing where it would be