We can’t quite believe how quickly Term 4 has flown by, Jaguars have been incredibly busy, as you will see from all the fabulous photos. It’s amazing how many fun-filled activities we have managed to fit into 6 weeks, however, you’ll be pleased to know we have had time to do lots of work as well!
We started the term off with a visit from our local PCSO, Lee Hare, who talked to us about internet safety, we found out lots of useful things to keep us safe online.
A highlight of Term 4 has been the continuation of our mindfulness sessions with Hema. We have learnt about mindful seeing, mindful movement as well as mindful colouring and how we would like it to make us feel. However, by far our favourite session was mindful eating, which we practised using chocolate eggs!! We all agreed how much more we enjoyed the chocolate by taking our time and eating it mindfully.
World Book Day on 1st March saw Jaguar class dressed up as characters from Macbeth. We had a few Macbeths and Lady Macbeths as well as several gruesome witches. Can you recognise us from the photograph below?
Once again, the E-Cadets visited us in one of our computing lessons and taught us all about using search engines safely. We enjoyed exploring our own ideas for designing a search engine.
Luke and Sienna, along with 2 member of Tigers, represented Jaguars at the WHF Science Festival on 8th March which involved many other White Horse schools, this year’s theme was ‘Aeroplanes and Aviation’. They enjoyed a fun-filled day, with Jaguars and Tigers managing to come away with the prize for the best Y5/6 project. Well done!
Once again, we impressed Mrs. Coate with our fabulous homework. We were given the task of using our imagination and creativity to produce some homework based on Shakespeare or the Tudors, and we didn’t disappoint, as you will see from some of the photos below.
If you visited Jaguar classroom on Friday 23rd March, you would have seen us joining in energetically with the Sport Relief song for Sport Relief Day dressed up in our sports kit. We also did some fun fitness and yoga activities. In addition, Macy, Sienna, Layla and Freya, along with 2 Tigers, raised £35 for Sport Relief with their ‘Name the Teddy’ and ‘Guess the number of sweets in the jar’ stalls. Well done girls!
Look out for photos of the Y6 residential visit to PGL Liddington in our next blog.