This week some of our year six children went for a walk/play a we ventured a little further than the playground. Running down hills is fun no matter what your age.
Skills academy was a lot of messy fun this week: donut eating with no lip licking, guess the skittle flavour, guess the crisp flavour, guess the chocolate, and sliding an after eight and chocolate digestive into your mouth.
The children have been enjoying their skills academy clubs this half term. Some children went to play tennis at The Coventry and Warwickshire Tennis club while others have been using their fine motor skills during hammerbead club and singing their hearts our during karaoke club.
Lots of us enjoyed going outside with Mr Taylor this week for our skills academy. We played football, ran round the field and practised are aim with the archery boards. Some of us even managed to score a 10!
Skills academy was full of physical activities on Friday. Some of us played football, rounders and Sharks and Fishes. It was a great way to end the week, especially our tunnel of appreciation.
On Friday we created a wreath made up of our own handprints with Christmas wishes on them! We put them all together and made some holly and stars to create our very own Year 4 Christmas Wreath.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our skills academy sessions and we are so pleased we can still take part in different activities on a Friday afternoon in our bubble. Learning new skills (and teaching Miss Appleton TikTok dances), is a great way to end the week!
Those children who chose ‘Taskmaster’ in Autumn 1, as part of their Skills Academy, have had a lot of fun completing lots of different…and challenging…tasks. Here is a sample of some of their activities. Whether completing tasks blindfolded, trying to construct (using paper, marshmallows and spaghetti), aiming a ball at someone’s head, or researching new words and playing rounds of