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.
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.
The last three years have seen sell out performances at our annual Music In The Marquee concerts from Bradley Johnson, Little Chix and last years Yellow. I’m delighted to say that this summer we will be hosting our fourth concert in the Marquee, featuring a somewhat familiar face…
Year 2 having been learning all about the Titanic, investigating and researching the questions: What happened? Who did and didn’t survive? Where were they going? Why did it happen? How could the disaster have been avoided? They have really enjoyed compiling facts, colouring pictures, watching clips on the
The children in Year Two (Classes 5 and 6), have started learning to play the recorder in music lessons on Wednesday with Mr Jones. The recorders arrived last week to fabulously excited children in Year 2 who have been waiting eagerly. The recorder sessions are provided as part
This week it has been easy to pick Keira-Mae as the Computing Star of the Week as she truly excelled herself in her lesson by showing determination, perseverance and a huge amount of focus. Her challenge was to get as far as possible on the Keyboard Climber game
Dancing through the Decades As part of their P.E lessons, the Children from Class 6 have been enjoying dancing through the decades to keep fit. The children have been using their muscles to twist, grapevine and shake through the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. I could really
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
It was a double achievement for Martynas as he has achieved his 9th ‘Kup’ in Taekwondo. Not only that, out of all of the students who take part in his Taekwondo classes, Martians was awarded student of the year for 2017 which was a remarkable achievement. After demonstrating
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