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Wales Update- Days 2 & 3
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Tuesday: We had a very busy day with both groups doing canoeing. It was such a sunny day and most of us jumped in!! Miss UJ’s group did the leap of faith and laser blast whilst Mr Ledger’s group did archery and bouldering. In the evening we went on a long walk. Everyone was so shattered that we all…

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Wales Update- Day one
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After an incredibly early start this morning, we finally arrived at Kingswood at lunchtime. We had a leisurely lunch in the sunshine and then Mr Ledger taught everyone how to play American Football. Our group leader, called Little George, came to give us a tour around the site and then took us to o…

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Girls Football
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What a brilliant performance from our Girls Football team. Very proud of their competitive spirit. Well done girls./Users/priroseburton/Desktop/IMG_2622.JPG

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Mannin trip to Ardwhallan for a Viking adventure
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We had an absolutely fantastic trip on a glorious sunny day. We learned about life in Viking times and what it would have been like to settle on the Isle of Man. We cooked bread on the fire, chopped wood, did orienteering and finally, an assault course, minus the heavy Viking armour!

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Sugata's 2nd visit
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Last week Sugata Mitra presented at the Senior Leaders meeting at Mount Murray, to not only introduce SOLE and it's origins with the 'Hole in the Wall' project but also to talk about the future of learning and assessment. His presentation was inspirational which provoked lots of discussion and curi…

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Cricket Coaching Year 5
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Last week we were welcomed Sam, a cricket coach to help us with our cricket skills. The weather was kind, which meant that we could learn and practise a variety of skills, from holding the ball, under and over arm throws, batting and fielding as well as having some match practise. Lots of the child…

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Year 5 Tree Planting
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Year 5 were lucky enough to be able to visit Conrhenny Plantation to plant a variety of trees recently. The afternoon was super chilly but the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves planting lots of young trees. Each child was able to sign their name on each tree that they planted, which will enabl…

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