This week during our connections lesson the Year 5 students connected with other members of their house teams to take part in some fun activities.
The Vikings learned how to quill with Mrs Whitfield. The Normans learned a new song and worked together to create some actions. The Romans worked together to participate in a Nord Anglia Global Campus challenge and the Saxons learned how to play four square. Our house captains took the lead on organising the activities and everyone enjoyed connecting with their teammates and starting to build new bonds and friendships.
On Wednesday evening, 13 of our school ensembles took to the stage for a 90 minutes Christmas Music extravaganza. Pupils from both the primary and secondary school joined forces to create a wonderful celebration for the end of term 1 at BSKL.
A Moot is a form of legal debate that takes place in front of a panel of judges (and usually an audience) on a particular point of law. The Moot focuses on a fictitious appeal in a civil or criminal case and, as such, there are usually pre-specified grounds on which the debate should take place.
The schools competing this year were KTJ, BSKL, GIS and Charterhouse.