This year’s Lego League team have done it again!
The team compete against other schools in the regional final yesterday. Judges commented that the team scored highly in all categories resulting in them being the overall winners. The hard work and dedication shown by the team and their coaches has paid off. Well done St. Grego’s Lego 🏆
Everyone would like to offer a huge CONGRATULATIONS to the team and we all wish them well for the national final being held in Bristol in February 2018.
Last week the year 4’s had a great time at Temple Park competing in the ‘Skipping
challenge.’ We won lots of certificates and we achieved a Bronze award for our
Some final memories of the year! A fantastic trip to Edinburgh!
Year One visit to Seven Stories
I enjoyed dressing up as Fairytale characters at seven stories. (Emily Po)
David liked singing the story of the Gruffalo using the grass to hide the characters.
I liked meeting and cuddling the big Gruffalo. We found out that he was the only big Gruffalo ever to be made in the whole world! (Emily S)
We made a swamp with a monster inside and we were all a part of the monster. It was scary as we all squashed together! (Lily and Max)
I wore a silly blue wig – I enjoyed wearing it! (Bradley)
Year One all went to a pretend ball as Fairytale characters. We then created a letter to send to the Fairy Godmother to thank her for inviting us. (Ross)
The next day we created our own monster and Gruffalo story. We called our class monster – Reeks! (Adam and Max)
Year One – Multi-skills Event
We enjoyed all the events at Temple Park. (Sophie T)
We had fun playing all the games. We were tired at the end. (Scarlett)
I enjoyed the trip especially the parachute games. (Harry)
I had fun seeing how far I could jump! (Elise)
At temple Park we even played games underneath the parachute! (SophieR)
I enjoyed running over the hurdles. (Tilli)
Year 6 went on their annual visit to Belgium in summer term 2014. This was an extra special visit as they went to Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension to pay tribute to a relative of one of their teachers who lost their life during the war.
Before half term Year 4 visited Cheviot Care Home as part of our work on Community for RE. The children enjoyed keeping the residents company for half an hour, asking them questions and they also read stories and poems. The children really made a difference and the residents commented in a thank you card how polite and friendly they were.