Well we ticked off two of our 50 things before we had even arrived at the beach.
We travelled on a coach.
We travelled on a train.
We arrived at the beach eager to eat our packed lunches.
Then it was time to have some fun on the beach. We made sand sculptures, went beach combing, made sand castles and played bat and ball.
Then just before it was time to leave, we went for a paddle.
We had a brilliant day, and the weather was very kind to us.
We are blown away by the generosity and thoughtfulness of our Y6 parents, who have given staff this beautiful artwork and hamper, along with a very touching card. We were already feeling pretty emotional sending our fab Snowy Owls on their way so this tipped a few of us over the edge! What a thoughtful gesture; thank you all so much.
The Year 5/6 boys and Year 5/6 girls cricket teams celebrated their success at the Dinnington PE Awards Evening last Friday as the Primary School Festival winter for 2019.
Additionally, four students were recognised as Primary PE Champions for their enthusiasm and commitment to sport at Greenlands.
The day had finally arrived! The sun was indeed shining on Greenlands sports day 2019.
We kicked off we our mini-potted sports, which had been given a new look, and a few new additions.
The new water potted sports went down a storm. Just take a look at some of the children in action.
We then moved to our competitive sports, which after weeks of measuring and more measuring of the track, worked out well!
Our spectators enjoyed their refreshments of bacon baps, and tea and coffee.
Mr Parry organised some toddler races, and we finished off with a parents tug of war. The parents were really keen to get involved, and it brought our brilliant sports day to an end.
The whole event was very well supported by our wonderful families, and Liam Kay and his sports leaders from Dinnington Comprehensive.
The winners of sports day 2019 was Beech (Yellow)
A big well done to them and all the children that took part.
The Snowy Owls, Golden Eagles, Merlins and Ospreys have been putting the finishing touches to their production of The Tempest which will take place in Magna on Tuesday 9th July. Children and staff are getting very excited – it promises to be a spectacular event! There are 400 seats altogether at the venue so there should be room for everyone who would like to come.
If anyone has not yet purchased their tickets, they are available from:
The children from Chaffinches went out into the forest to gather natural resources to create their own artwork of rainforest animals. They created snakes, a sloth, a toucan, a butterfly and a jaguar, using twigs, branches, leaves and stones
. Take a look at our creations.
Chaffinches have had a fantastic week learning about Climate Change. They now realise the importance of recycling, re-using and not wasting things, and how this can make a difference to our planet. We made a video to highlight what we’ve learned and how we can help!
On our travels we met some pirates, but they were very busy developing their pirate skills.
Here they are working on their balancing skills.
‘Walking the plank me hearties!’
Here they are working as a team, and developing their aiming skills.
‘Battleships me hearties!’
Here they are working on their catching skills.
‘Cannonballs me hearties!’
Here they are developing their observational skills.
‘Finding an island me hearties!’
Here they are developing their map reading skills.
‘Treasure hunt me hearties!’
Here they are developing their sharing skills.
‘Sharing the booty me hearties!’
They had a great time at pirate training school.