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Welcome back to the 2C4S news. We have some more news to share with you. Read on to find out about all of the events and activities happening in our school. We have a new interview with Miss Chandler in year 5. Remember that it is children in need day on Friday and there will be a cake sale as well. Also you can find out about the girls football match last week. Finally don't forget our competitions...

 

What's in the News?    

CHILDREN IN NEED

The BBC Children in Need charity help young disadvantaged children and adults all across the UK. They are currently supporting 2400 projects. On Friday, our school is going to have a cake sale to donate money to the BBC Children in Need so they can encourage and help even more people across the country. Red Deer Class are also going to have an assembly based on the charity on Friday too. Look out for the posters around the school about BBC Children in Need!

The charity has been running since 1980 and have raised a tremendous £890,000,000 since then. Last year BBC Children in Need raised £60,000,000 as well. They also have a new song called Fields of Gold.

To find out more information, visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/RctMd2LtqsXj1ypJr3SL1j/about

 

 

Challenge corner:

Can you eat a doughnut without licking your lips?

 

E-safety Champions:   

 

Internet top safety tip: If you take a picture and share it, make sure you do not share any personal information with it. The Year 4's have created an internet safety video. Please look on their page.

If you would like some more information on this, follow this link:  http://www.safetynetkids.org.uk/personal-safety/staying-safe-online/

Thank you to Isobelle Eida for her lovely e-safety poster.

 

 

Meet the staff:

We met with Miss Chandler to find out more about her. Read our interview for the latest gossip.

 

Do you like being a teacher?

Yes I love being a teacher and teaching children new things.

What is your favourite topic to teach?

I love teaching Literacy

When you was a child, what did you want to be?

I wanted to be a vet.

What would you like to be when you are older?

I would like to be a deputy headteacher.

What is your favourite sport and why?

Netball because I like to score lots of goals.

Choose your favourite

Football or Netball

Drawing or reading

Sleeping or smiling

Chocolate or donuts

Dancing or singing

What book do you recommend for us to read? Harry Potter

Can you share an interesting fact with us that nobody else knows? I am getting two new kittens on Saturday.

 

Sports corner:

On Wednesday last week, the year 6 girls A team went to ST Helen’s school to play against them and we ended up with a great result. The final score was 4-1. St Mary’s scored 2 and St Helen’s scored 2 for us! We are now through to the next round! Another success for the girls; it has been a good season for us!!! The girls netball team are also playing a match this week.

 

 

 

The sports crew have been working hard to improve all the equipment; we've pumped up the football's, tidied and organised the pavilion and made new goals for the infants so they can play football soon!  Please try to take more care with the equipment and put it back in the correct place.

Puzzle and competition corner:

Thank you the people who have taken part in our mythical creature competition. It was a difficult decision with some amazing drawings but we have decided on our two winners as: Sophie Lee and Freya Lee. Please see their entries below. Also a special mention to Zara for entering 3 competitions, she is in the lead, check out our graph below.

 

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Mathemagician problems:

The Mathemagician is back! Complete your entries and put them into the 2C4S box by the trophy cabinet. There will be a sticker for everyone who joins the competition and correct answers will get you through to the final round. There will also be a great prize for the winner.

 

Year 1/2:

How many ways can you make 10p with different coins?

e.g. 5p + 5p

You can only add!

 

Year 3/4

How many legs on the bus?

 There is a one-legged driver on the bus, at the first stop, 2 dogs, 18 people, 3 cats, a horse and a frog get on. At the second stop, 5 people and the frog get off, 3 giraffes, 4 spiders and a fish get on. At the last stop, 2 spiders, a giraffe and the horse get off. How many legs are on the bus? Make sure you check your answer at least 2 times!

 

Year 5/6

3 lions and 3 people need to get across a crocodile-infested river. There is a raft to cross the river but only two people/creatures can go on the raft at one time. There needs to be at least 1 person/animal controlling the raft at all times (this means that a lion or person has to come back on the raft after dropping somebody off.) Unfortunately, you cannot leave more lions than people on either side of the river. How can everybody get across in the least number of trips?

Hint: Use counters or similar items to represent the lions and people. This makes it much easier.

Entries must be in by Wednesday 29th November.

Think carefully as the correct answer will gain you entry to Who Wants to be a Mathemagician?

 

 

Poem Mayhem Winner

 

                                           My Lunch

Here I am in the dinner hall,

Sitting with my packed lunch,

I hope it's good all in all,

I want something good to munch!

 

A black banana,

Half a cracker.

So far its not much of a snacker!

A leftover salad,

A few grains of rice,

Oh no, I wanted something nice!

 

When I see my mum after school,

I shriek at her:

I WANT A SCHOOL DINNER IN THE HALL!

 

By Artemis Katsogiannou from Red Deer

We are sure you will all agree, it was a marvelous poem

and deserved to win. Artemis will receive her prize next

week and most importantly her work has now been

published on 2C4S for all to see.

Well done

 

 

When you enter our 2C4S news competitions, we will record it and at the end of the year we will give out a prize to the person who has the most entries. Check out our graph...

 


 

 

 

 

                                                      WELL DONE TO 11+ PEOPLE

 

                                                                  

 

    Well done to all the people who did the 11+. I am sure you all tried your hardest and tackled the hard questions well. Good luck to all of the year 5`s who will take the test next year!                                                                      

Cooking Corner

 

Hello, this is the cooking corner where you can find tasty recipes; not only for cakes but brownies and other sorts of delicious goodies.

The bakes have been made before and have gone down as a treat. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did! Good luck baking!

In this edition of 2C4S News, we present the cherry chocolate brownies!

 

                             CHERRY CHOCOLATE BROWNIES      

INGREDIENTS

150g ground almonds

100g glace cherries

200g caster sugar 

225g butter at room temperature 

2 teaspoons vanilla extract 

3 eggs beaten

225g dark chocolate, 70% cocoa solids

icing sugar dusting for the top


METHOD

1. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees celcius/ gas mark 3. 

2. Ask an adult to melt the chocolate and butter over a low heat in a heavy based saucepan.

3. Take the pan off the heat, mix in the vanilla extract and sugar and cool it for about 5 minutes.

4. Beat the eggs into the pan along with the ground almonds and quartered glace cherries.

5. Mix the mixture altogether then pour into a 24cm square baking tin which has been lined by an adult.

6. Bake it in the oven for 25-30 minutes, by which time the top will have set but the mixture will still be gooey.

7. Once it has cooled, ask an adult to cut it carefully, four down, four across, into sixteen, squidgy bellied squares!

8. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and the following chocolate sauce...

Chocolate sauce:

 75g dark chocolate

125ml double cream

6 marshmallows (optional)

1. Ask an adult to break the chocolate up and put it into a heavy based saucepan.

2. Add the double cream and marshmallows(optional), then put it on a low heat and melt the ingredients together.

3. Stir it well, then put it into a jug ready to serve with the brownies (above).

4. Make the sauce a minute before you serve so it is still warm.

 

Finally you are ready to eat this delicious recipe. If you enjoyed it, let us know in our special 2C4S box by the trophy cabinet.

 

Thank you for reading 2C4S News, we hope you have enjoyed it. Remember to enter our competitions to see your work published on our website. The box for entries will be by the trophy cabinet, near the office. Keep looking at our site as there will be new articles weekly. If you have any ideas or comments about the newspaper, please feel free to add them to our box.

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