This afternoon, Year 6 received a Skype call from New Orleans in America. We had the opportunity to look around a WW2 museum and saw weapons, vehicles and learnt about the history of how America played a part in the war.
Thank you to our Governor, Mr R Heath, who gave up his time to share his story on how WW2 effected his family history. It was an excellent,informative presentation related to our World War 2 topic. Diolch
As part of our World War 2 topic, Year 6 experienced working in class during an air raid. Pupils were in a middle of promoting world peace when the siren was heard. Everyone rushed under the desks while the classroom was thrown into darkness and silence! Pupils remained working under their tables until it was safe to come out again. Continue reading
Today Year 6 were set the challenge to code the theme tune to Star Wars using micro:bits. They can use the coding website at home…why not ask them to show you…I can guarantee you that you will be impressed!
Today we have been rock climbing, rock hopping, absailing and for a beautiful walk along the cliffs of Port Eynon. The children are now getting ready for a Borfa’s got talent. In the morning we are off to the shop and making our way home at 12:30. The children have had an amazing week and have achieved so much. Continue reading
[sorry blog is late, only now sat down – photo overload) Today has been a mega busy day… started with a fully cooked breakfast, a trip to Mill Wood, den building, team building games, lighting fires, making and baking bread, cutting wood and calving sticks to make wands!
We came back to the center in enough time to fit in our daily mile run before sitting down to tea. Children then settled down to watch a film with jammmas, cwtched in their quilts. Today has been such a bonding time where we’ve shared many a joke and a million laughs.
Tomorrow we are absailing and rock climbing. Continue reading
What an absolutely stunning night we’ve had, singing songs around the camp fire, roasting marshmallows and admiring the sunset.
The children have had yet another successful day and have achieved so much. They’ve thoroughly enjoyed bodyboarding and orienteering. Curry and chips for tea then a camp fire and marshmallows on the beach under the starts. Continue reading
We survived our first night … the children are currently having breakfast (cereal, toast and a cooked breakfast) . We have bodyboarding and orienteering to look forward to today. Continue reading
We have had a successful day at Borfa House. Today we have been to the beach for a treasure hunt, a walk to the Salthouse and an adventure through the woods. It’s been a beautiful day, the children have showered, had tea and are making plans for a pyjama party later on.