PGL October 2022 will be going ahead with the children departing on Monday 17th and returning Friday 21st October.
We will be hosting a ZOOM meeting for parents on Thursday 29th September 2022 at 5:30pm to discuss the trip and answer any questions you may have. A text will be sent out closer to the time.
Children need to have a case with wheels - there is a walk from where the coach drops us to our cabins. Your child will be responsible for transporting their own case to their cabin. Please, please send your child with at least 2 pairs of old trainers. If one pair gets wet, they will need the spare! Please remind your child that it fashion is not important therefore the trainers need to be old or cheap.Dear Parents/Guardians,
PGL October 2021 will be going ahead with the children departing on Monday 18th and returning Friday 22nd October, however, this is still dependent on any changes to the Government guidance.
We will be hosting a ZOOM meeting for parents on Thursday 30th September 2021 at 5:30pm to discuss the trip and answer any questions you may have. A text will be sent out closer to the time.
Children need to have a case with wheels - there is a walk from where the coach drops us to our cabins. Your child will be responsible for transporting their own case to their cabin.
Please, please send your child with at least 2 pairs of old trainers. If one pair gets wet, they will need the spare! Please remind your child that it fashion is not important therefore the trainers need to be old or cheap.
What if your child displays illness whilst at PGL?:
If your child displays illness we will contact you as soon as possible and ask you to come and collect your child directly from Windmill Hill.
Please note, by sending your child on the trip, you understand that you are responsible for their travel to/from the PGL grounds should they need to travel privately due to illness.
Please note that we will not be taking pocket money as children will not be using the shop on the site.
Children will be bringing this information home on a paper copy with a reply slip and a medical form. Please return both forms back to school as soon as possible.
Mr P Clifford
Are you all excited for what Mr Hawkes has in store for you this week? I thought so! Here's Mr Hawkes making sure his lesson is both fun AND challenging this week..
He has also provided you with some more links to great ideas for getting active for all of you with that extra energy to burn off. His 'Personal Best Challenge' for this week is there too!
Living streets is a programme in which the children record daily how they get to school with the emphasis on walking to school to help the planet but also for the exercise. They have released some ideas on how to make your walking more exciting!
For those of you who may have entered the Virtual School Games, week two challenge can be found here!
Golf / Motorsport fans
A keen golfer or an aspiring Lewis Hamilton? You could design your own course!
Make your course colourful and challenging!
Personal Best Challenge
Below is this week’s personal best challenge.
Do this activity with no training or practice to start with and see how many squat jumps you can do within a minute.
Practice over a few days and then retest yourself! Did you beat your score?
Could you challenge a sibling or parent?
Leon has been hard at work this week and decided to show you all some of his tricks to keep home learning fun!
Donaldson have been busy in the kitchen this week, giving chefs around the country a run for their money! They have been planning their pizzas since Monday and have completed questionnaires about their favourite toppings, designed what their pizza will look like, have written up recipes and cooked their creations.
They look very yummy and have given Miss Rowe some ideas about different alternatives to pizza bases and toppings.
Browne Class have been in on the action too! Great job guys!
This week Year 3 have enjoyed writing poems about nature. Here are a few examples including a video of Charlie reading his poem. Well done Year 3 we are extremely impressed with all your hard work and for rising to the challenge each week. Thank you also to all the parents for their amazing support with their children's learning.
Click the links below to read some of the poems:
Breath by Callum
Nature Poem by Charlie
The Meadow poem by Jake
Springtime by Aoife
Page 1 Page2 by Lee
Walking by Daniel
Mr Hawkes brings you his Sportiac for this week.
It's that time again - time for the weekly Celebration Assembly ... this week Miss Jaques has filmed herself in school reading out this week's winners with a guest student! Mr Hawkes also filmed himself doing the Sportiac which will follow.
Once again, we have had over 1,000 clicks on the website this week and we thank you for your continued support and all of the wonderful learning you are doing at home.
This is where we'll post all school news and updates. If you require paper copies of any information on our website then please contact Miss Lainsbury in our school reception.