Another sunny afternoon and another fantastic rugby session with Mr Williams.
We built on our dodging and tagging skills from last week – this week we ran with the ball and passed.
Many of us thought we would run faster with the ball, then we realised it was heavier. Some fantastic one-on-one chasing.
Oh, and a super game of sheep and gates to get us warmed up.
Thank you Mr Williams!
Year 3 enjoyed Safety Day last Friday. We went outside and practiced crossing the road to the swimming pool. All the children remembered to Stop, Look and Listen. We also practiced crossing the road as a group, ready for our walk to the church at Christmas.
What do you call an animal that is half frog and half horse?
In Year 5, we have been reading descriptions of rain forest animals to inspire us to create a mixed up animal for a layer of the rain forest. Has our writing convinced you this animal could (should!) exist?
Come and see our writing display and all the WOW! Writing to be proud of in class.
Proof that decimals are fantastic fun!
Today we played a game which used all our knowledge about tenths and hundredths.
Ask us about how to make decimals higher or lower.
Last Friday myself and fellow governor, Lesley Walter, came into school to conduct our annual behaviour survey with children.
We interviewed eight children from across the school and asked them a list of questions about school rules, rewards, sanctions and fairness.
It is the third year I have done this and, as always, it was an absolute pleasure to meet the children, who were a credit to the school and their families.
Just to pick a couple of highlights – all the children answered an emphatic ‘yes’ to the following two questions:
Do you feel safe in school? And
Is everybody treated the same?
Additionally, all the children showed a great knowledge of the school rules.
Georgina Godden, Vice-Chair of Governors
On Monday 18th June 2018, me and fellow FJS students went to a Kwik Cricket tournament in Fawley. We all loved it and I personally thought it was awesome. We played 160 minutes altogether and we were left exhausted. We won 2 out of 4 games, which is good for not having much experience.
From Year 6 Connor, Sam, Max, Will and Ethan played. From Year 4, Sid and Hector played.
A big thank you to Ms Mays and Mr Harris for taking us. 🙂
Written by Hector, 4HL