Eagles went to see a French play at Winchcombe School. It was about a boy who was lost in France and trying to get back to his hotel. He met lots of French characters, some of who were more helpful than others! Molly had to tell one of the characters her age in French - she did a great job! The behaviour of Eagles class was impeccable and Mrs Holt and Mrs Fowler were very proud of them.
It was lovely to say hello to some of our past pupils as Years 7 & 8 were also there. They look so grown up now!
Eagles enjoyed taking part in their class assembly on the final morning of term. We recited our well rehearsed version of the poem 'The British' by Benjamin Zephaniah and shared some of our own versions of the text based on the theme of Gretton. It was great to see so many parents in the audience and we hope they enjoyed our musical interpretation of the 1980s song 'Living on a Prayer'.
On the whole school trip to Redwood Eagles made percussion instruments from natural objects.
Molly's graphs of what she could hear in the woods:
On Monday 26th September Eagles celebrated European Day of Languages.
We wrote a class book called 'Les Animaux', containing lots of interesting facts about our favourite animals.
Mrs Lucar kindly came in to teach us some Spanish numbers and colours. It was fun trying to roll our rs!
In the afternoon we were visited by Gracie and Ben from Winchcombe School. They played colour lotto with us and taught us a song called Leo the Chameleon. Look out for some of us in the Echo soon!