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!
Eagles class enjoyed a week's residential at PGL Liddington. We engaged in all kinds of activities such as raft building, abseiling, Jacob's Ladder and the giant swing. We were very impressed with three cooked meals a day and an enormous salad bar. The children were extremely well behaved and we had many occasions on which to be proud of them. The fellowship they showed for one another was exemplary.
Eagles spent the first week back looking at how to stay safe online.
We talked about cyberbullying including the similarities and differences to face-to-face bullying.
We discussed privacy settings and came up with ways to create strong passwords.
We designed bunting to promote cybersafety.
We discovered that free apps are not always as free as they seem by looking at in-app purchasing.
We interpreted some emojis differently to each other, helping us recognise that we should think before we send.