Everyone enjoyed the Potted Sports organised by our PE Department on Wednesday. Thank you to everyone involved for the hard work that went into this, including our Howes Hoose pupils who supported at the stations. We all had a great time moving around in our class groups, finishing up with a running ‘marathon’ for any Secondary pupils wishing to participate. They were well supported by those opting to spectate.
At the end of May we set off on public transport to explore the Punch and Judy exhibition at the Maritime Museum.
The exhibition told us the history of Punch and Judy and how it developed in this country especially in seaside towns like Aberdeen, Blackpool etc.
There were also many props for children to try on and hold as you can see from the photos.
As part of our Interdisciplinary theme ‘Our World of Rights’, one of our pupils has been out and about on public transport locating the Nuart in the city centre.
He has seen how the art work is carried out using “cherry pickers” for the artists to reach the highest points of their art work.
He will keep a photographic progression of the art work and exhibit his findings on a notice board in the school for all to read, enjoy and gain information from.
Room 13 are being organised once again. This time they are planning for another special day at the end of March where we share our love and appreciation for our families and those close to us. We have used a range of techniques to create our own special artwork.