As part of our football world cup topic we have been making comic strips of the highlights of different football matches. We used our knowledge of reading, speech bubbles, titles and subtitles in literacy. We used our internet safety, screenshot, word processing and design skills in ICT. watched highlights on CBBC for inspiration, and when we’d written our football comics we could use our new skills to make a comic on whatever sport interested us the most.
The Healthy Schools Team have been working this year on E-Safety. The Junior Healthy Schools Team have conducted a survey on the different types of Social Media that children are using when out of school. From the data collected, the team have decided to put together a Social Media Presentation to share with the School […]
Over the last couple of weeks we have been thinking a lot about refugees. A local charity organises away days for refugees to our area. We wanted to help. See the above link for more details of what was a brilliant day!
Year 4 thought carefully about how our visitors might be feeling and how we could make them feel welcome. They were really good at putting themselves in other peoples shoes. Then they used their DT designing, joining and measuring skills to make some Croeso cards with wales themed levers. They looked fantastic and were really appreciated.
Over the course of the winter cross country season our school has been taking part in lots of different cross country races all around the county. We’ve really enjoyed visiting lots of different schools and inspiring other children to take part and get fit! The competitions rounded off with a last open circuit at Gwernyfed High School, run by the schools Sports Ambassadors. Then we were invited to a final race up at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth. The children did incredibly well, and great team spirit shown by all!
Overall school champions dab for victory!
Year 6 Team winners
Special congratulations to Jack Organ who won the Year 6 Boys race and the Year 6 Boys team who won their team race.
Whilst rooting around in the garden preparing for the winter we noticed that there were LOADS of our apples that had fallen off the trees underneath that we hadn’t noticed, and that were perfectly good to eat. Luckily there were also still some sneaky autumn raspberries growing in the depths of the raspberry canes. Miss Jenkins decided that we could do some inventing. First we brainstormed all our ideas, then diamond ranked them into which we thought would be tastiest.
Finally we were ready to create our very own creations! We made Apple and Raspberry Pancakes, Mouth Watering Strudel, Team Crumble, and Apple and Raspberry Slush. We were a bit too excited to make our inventions and so forgot to take photos of everything…Oops!
The School Sports Ambassadors and the Healthy Schools Team worked incredibly hard together to organise a fun School Olympic Day. The children set up a long, physically challenging and fun obstacle course for all the children. The Year 6 supported all of the younger pupils, leading them through the course and cheering them on. An excellent team effort. The school raised enough money to buy two new netball posts.
Llangors School were assessed for the prestigious National Quality Award. Two assessors came to our school and spent two days looking at detailed audits on the areas of The Environment, Substance Use and Misuse, Hygiene, Mental and Emotional Health and Well-being, Personal development and relationships, Safety, and Food and Fitness. On the second day they met with the Chair and Vice Chair of Governors, our Police Liaison Officer PC Eckley,the School Nurse, parents attending the school’s local playgroup and past Junior Healthy Schools Officers.The Junior Healthy Schools Team, School Council, Road Safety and Eco-Committee gave impressive presentations and tours of the school. The assessors enjoyed a healthy lunch with staff and pupils during their visits. We were thrilled when we found out that we had succeed in attaining this national award and are the first primary school in Powys to do so. The assessors said they were highly impressed with all aspects of school life and links with parents and the wider community.
Here are a selection of pictures taken by pupils during the visit.