Some children had a go at the 'devising their own game' challenge. It looks fun!
The children enjoyed their orienteering challenge today, but it's fair to say that the boys had more success than the girls!. We celebrated everyone's efforts though. (Girls, you let me down.... you let yourselves down..... you let the school down etc. etc. Make sure you redeem yourselves next time!!!)
Today we continued our work on Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. The children had to write their own play-scripts for the famous cat fight scene between Helena and Hermia and then act it out. I liked how each group's interpretation was different. An extra big 'well done' to anyone who had to play more than one role.
I had to share these because they made me smile and I'm running out of opportunities to embarrass the children!!! Well done LB for a wonderful solo.
Here are our poems from yesterday's trip to Bluebell Woods.
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