Congratulations to all who took part in the recent sponsored walk around Catford.
The Choir were fantastic at Lewisham Live Performance last Tuesday – They were commended for singing a song with no backing track which was a difficult thing to do but they pulled it off perfectly and made Rushey Green proud.
On the 1st of February both the children and parents learnt about AFRIL. Action for Refgugees in Lewisham. Thomas Martin from the organisation presented information about the experience of these families, and how AFRIL supports both adults and children, particularly those who speak English as a second language. He highlighted how as a community we can support each other and challenge negative stereotypes of refugee and asylum seekers. The children raised £348 through wearing their own clothes and donating £1. This money will help AFRIL support our local families who access their service. Well done Rushey Green!.
For more information on AFRIL visit their website at www.afril.org.uk
Mrs. Simpson recently hosted a Phonics workshop for Parents. For more information, please follow the attached PowerPoint presentation on how we teach Phonics at Rushey Green using the Soundswrite programme phonics_powerpoint_for-parents-mtg.
We are very proud of the work produced by our children.
All the children in year 5 have been exploring the Caribbean as part of their Geography topic. Take a look at the fantastic example of a 3D interactive map made by Shania in 5D. Well done!
Sasha in the Nursery used playdough to make this key and latch.
Another fun packed day including a mixture of abseiling, aeroball and archery. Once again the children have 100 % effort in all that they did.
In the afternoon they were in the pool before they hit the dance floor at the disco.
The children are looking forward to seeing you all soon…
The Kingswood Team
The children are well in the swing of things now!
Shower, bed and lights out by 10pm and up at 7.30am.
We have had some great comments from our hosts about our children who have had a go at all the activities so far without any fear or complaints.
Today, two teams built shelters the woods. They were split into groups and communicated well while solving the problem of getting the shelter to stand up!
Then came the big 3G swing. All the children in my group made it to the highest point. There were a few shocked faces when they released the ripcord.
Nightline proved a hit and we ended up with a few muddy children as they navigated the obstacle course blindfolded but they persevered, working well as a team.
We say goodbye to Ms Barber this morning and Mr Rowbotham will be taking over.
Once again the children are eating well with plenty of seconds and all have slept well through the night.