Dancing In The Street (25th September)
Or the hall, to be more accurate... There were high kicks and waving arms aplenty this morning as we took part in a fantastic street dance workshop with visiting Dance Supremo, Miss Withers!
“I learned how to do the moon walk. I enjoyed doing the kicks!” (Bliss)
“I enjoyed the dancing and everything else!” (Yavor) “I enjoyed that you could make your own dance!” (Angus)
“I enjoyed the warm ups and making up dances.” (Kirby) “I enjoyed doing the random routine that we did.” (Finlay)
“I enjoyed all of the dancing, warming up and dancing to the beat.” (Drew)
“I enjoyed the warm up when we were bouncing around and singing to 1D. I learned that we had to be with the beat all of the time.” (Roxy)
“I learned to spin. I enjoyed everything. I liked the jumps.” (Summer)
“I liked the dab because it is the best move for a boy.” (Dominic)
“I enjoyed dancing with my friends.” (Emily) “I enjoyed PE.” (Finley)
“I enjoyed the music. I liked the beat.” (Cameron) “I liked the moon walk, the jumping and the clapping.” (Arthur)
“I liked doing the dancing and warm up routines.” (Lottie) “I enjoyed doing the dance we made up.” (Ariella)
“I liked it when Mr Austin’s shoes made a black mark on the floor!” (Joseph)
“I enjoyed making the dance.” (Maisy) “I liked the warm up.” (Honey)
“I enjoyed dancing and doing the contest.” (Angus) “I liked jumping.” (Zane)
“I enjoyed the first thing and when we all thought of one ourselves.” (Lexie) “I liked doing a 360!” (Finley)
“I enjoyed doing the dance and liked the dance moves.” (Olivia) “I learned how to dance and moon walk!” (Emmy)
“I learned a lot of things. I liked all of the dances.” (Rhys) “I liked dancing.” (Kelsey)
“I enjoyed the jumping and fun. I loved the dancing. I like the girl – she was kind and nice.” (Macie)
“I liked the songs and the dancing!” (Edward) “I enjoyed the warm up!” (Jordan)
“I learned new songs!” (Harry)
“I enjoyed the bit where we put really loud music on and waved our hands in the air!” (Dex)
“I enjoyed the dance. I liked the jumps!” (Miles) “I liked dancing to I Think You’re Beautiful.” (Sophie)
Who knows? Miss Withers may return in the future... Fingers crossed!
"Songs Of Praise" (22nd September)
Assembly saw the unveiling of our new school hymn books, with one of the rather splendid covers designed by Roxy!
Later, the hall was filled with still more interesting sounds as, with Music Master Mr Firth, we experimented with brass instruments...
This, coupled with some spacecraft designs, thoughts about "Our Wonderful World" and interesting artefacts courtesy of Angus and Lottie, brought a busy week to a close! Don't forget that you will need your PE kit on Monday. Have a great weekend!
The Appliance Of Science (21st September)
Taking cover was a good idea this afternoon as an experiment with vibration meant showers for all!
IN THE FUTURE (21st September)
Don't forget that you will need your PE kit in school on Monday.
The Antiques Roadshow (21st September)
Our History has led to some extraordinary finds when it comes to artefacts and primary sources, including this helmet from Germany!
"Put that light out!" (18th September)
Want to know why searchlights sprang up all over London in 1939? Need to know how to deal with an incendiary bomb? Well we are the people you should ask! In the meantime here is some excellent Blitz art courtesy of Angus, Finley and Macie. More coming soon...
The Creation Investigation (15th September)
Ending the week on a bright note... Not only did we discover that lollipop personnel are getting younger, today we welcomed back music master Mr Firth, penned some detailed WWII accounts and compiled the findings from our Creation investigation!
Have a great weekend!
Natural Talent (14th September)
This afternoon there was time for a quick jaunt outside in search of evidence as part of our RE work on the theme of "Creation"...
Art Attack (12th September)
Congratulations to all those who took part in yesterday evening's art, handwriting and photography competitions. As you can see from this work by Summer and Lottie the standards were extremely high!
Take a letter... (11th September)
The Ruswarp School postman has been alarmingly busy since a whole host of correspondence has been arriving over the past few weeks thanks to our Heroes project (not sure what we mean? Look back through last year's webpage for details!). As well as Blue Peter badges, there have also been letters from the office of the Queen and the Prime Minister, plus a rather special letter from a Battle Of Britain veteran, Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum!
Homework (11th September)
This is the current homework for the Discoverers:
Think of a number... (5th September)
Teamwork and random numbers... a practical spin to today's Numeracy work!
Rain Stopped Play... (5th September)
...but it didn't halt creativity as these models constructed over a soggy lunch time demonstrate! Models by Kelsey, Olivia, Roxy, Kirby and Bliss.
All Change... (4th September)
Welcome to the New Discoverers...
There was also a surprise new team member as a famous Prime Minister popped in for a visit as part of our work on World War II. Want to know more? You can find a useful video explaining the events of World War II here.