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Key Stage 2: Residential recap, Part 3

Year 4 enjoyed a wide variety of adventures on their Residential Trip to Pranburi...Updates on the Coronavirus and actions we’re taking as a result.

Year 4 Residential

The Year 4’s had a wonderful time at the Evason hotel in Pranburi from the 26-28th February. The children showed fantastic cooperation and communication skills and behaved very sensibly. Below are descriptions written by Year 4 students to describe the activities that they participated in during the residential. 

 

The Mangrove Adventure

On the first day, we got on a boat and started to go on an adventure down the river. At first, we saw lots of fishing boats, birds and normal trees. But then I saw a strange tree. I asked Mr Ewen if it was a mangrove tree and he said yes. Then Mr Ewen started to tell us some interesting facts about the mangrove tree. He said that mangrove trees are very unusual because usually tree roots are underground but the mangroves are different. You could actually see the roots sticking out of the water! - Kosuke 4E

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Sports and Swimming

We had lots of fun in swimming and sports. We first started with sports. We played International Bobball, a game that Mr Bob made. Mr Andy came with us and supported us with the game.There is no cheating in international Bobball, you are just bending the rules to your advantage! We had so much fun! Secondly, we did some swimming. It was also really fun because the teachers joined us too! The swimming pool had a slide and a small waterfall.You get to have a little shower under the small waterfall. - Hana 4G

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Orienteering and Rocket Building

Our residential trip was very fun. We designed and made rockets with the help of Wild Planet. At the start we had to use compasses to find clues about what we needed to make the rockets.When we finished finding all the information that we needed, we had to build our rockets. We needed a plastic bottle, half of another one as well, some clay and 2 wings. Finally we used Sprite for fuel and launched the rockets into the air. At the end, we ate CHOCOLATE! - Lucy 4E

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Talent Night

Talent night was on the second night of residential. It was optional to take part or not. Most people were singing but some groups did jokes. Unfortunately the power cut a couple of times so we had to stop some  performances but luckily some performances didn’t need any background music. At the end, the teachers dressed up and did a special dance. It was very entertaining and fun! - Matthew 4G

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The Beach

Y4 went to the beach that was near the hotel. At that beach, we did a sandcastle competition with other classes. There were 3 winners but all the sandcastles were brilliant! My group also made foot massages that were so relaxing (for me). We got this idea from another group. Their group was digging in the sand and putting their feet in. We also made tiny swimming pools that were made out of shells that we found. I picked up lots of shells that were different types. My favorite one was a shell that looks like an unicorn’s horn. Another one was a clam shell that hadn’t opened yet. I took it home and put it in water. Then, it opened by itself. There were lots of dirty things inside actually! - Miku 4R

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The COVID-19 Situation

We have all faced challenges over the last few weeks due to the situation with the Coronavirus. Some of you may have already been affected by quarantine restrictions which have meant that the children would have been doing some home learning. We are very aware of the changing situation with countries added to high risk lists and some countries taking the step to close schools to help manage the situation. Our teaching teams have been very busy in the background preparing for the possibility of a closure, making sure that engaging and exciting lessons can still be delivered to the children. In particular, Mr Keith, Mr Jose and Ms Maria have been making sure that our online learning platforms are ready if needed. Last Thursday, all of the teachers received some training on the most effective way of supporting digital and non-digital learning at home. 

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Events Postponed

Due to direction from OPEC, a number of events coming up this term have had to be postponed. The Y4 music concerts, the talent show, the Y6 Expo and Book Week have all been postponed and can all hopefully be rescheduled in term 3. Our author had already had to pull out of coming and is very disappointed. He has written a blog post, which you can read here.

Keeping Well in KS2

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