Arrived around midday. Lunch followed by assault course and team building in the afternoon. Sunshine, blue skies and brilliant teamwork. Happy children all around.
Llenglennith Beach. Awesome time body boarding on the crashing waves in the dazzling sun. Beautiful evening walk to ruins.
Stunning day on the cliffs. Thames class tackling their fears and supporting each other.
Thames braving the caves. A day of personal challenge and team work. Very proud teachers.
Rock pooling and home.
For our performance this year we put on a Rainbow Spectacular! It was great fun, and enjoyed by the rest of the school and our families. Thank-you to everyone who helped us with the performance. DVDs of the performance are available from the school office for £3 each for families of Isis class to purchase.
Alongside children from other local primary schools Isis Class were invited to perform in a concert at Dorchester Abbey on the evening of Wednesday 21 March. The concert was organised by Radley College, in conjunction with the Footsteps Foundation, to fundraise for a new programme of music therapy at the Footsteps Centre.
For our Science Week this year we focused on animals. We had visitors from Crocodiles of the World and some of us visited Radley College to see some of their reptiles.
Cherwell class had living eggs for the week and we were all excited to see how many had hatched each day.
We also all made investigations in small groups and presented our findings with posters as part of the Science Oxford Big Science Event.
We all took part in Fairtrade Fortnight, learning more about what fair trade means. We raised £90.50 with a fair trade cake sale.
The donation we raised goes towards projects to bring Fairtrade to more farmers and workers, and help them improve their farms, build demand for their produce, and strengthen their voices to negotiate a fairer deal - so they can trade their way out of poverty.
We had an assembly to celebrate Chinese New Year, with support from Swire Chinese Language Foundation and the Dragon made by children in Chinese Crafts after school club.
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