Welcome to this week's blog post, where I am delighted to share with you the exciting and enriching learning experiences your children had in school. Our journey through ancient Greece came to a captivating conclusion as we delved into the world of Greek philosophers. Socrates, Pythagoras, and Plato took centre stage as the children explored the fascinating realm of philosophy. The children were utterly enthralled by the intricate workings of this subject and posed thought-provoking questions that truly challenged their understanding.

Additionally, we embarked on a creative project involving the creation of A4 posters, where the children showcased their newfound knowledge of ancient Greece. These beautifully designed posters served as a testament to their dedication and hard work throughout the topic.

In English, we concluded our exploration of Shakespeare's masterpiece "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The children eagerly put pen to paper, crafting their own storyboards depicting key scenes from the play. It was a joy to witness their creativity and imagination in full flow.

We also had the pleasure of welcoming the Year 3 students to our class for transition days. The Year 4 students, on the other hand, ventured off to Orcas to expand their learning experiences. It was a slightly unusual arrangement, not having our Year 4 students with us, but all children adapted remarkably well and thoroughly enjoyed their time exploring new environments.

Overall, it has been a week brimming with excitement, curiosity and intellectual growth. The children have demonstrated exceptional enthusiasm, deep thinking, and a genuine thirst for knowledge. We couldn't be prouder of their engagement and dedication to their learning.
This week's Star of The Week was Oscar for being a fantastic role model to the Year 3s and his good leadership in football. 
Ella received the Headteacher's Award this week for her excellent results in her maths PUMA. 
Year 4s won Battle of the Bands this week. Well done everyone!