On Friday, the whole school took part in the festivities to celebrate our amazing achievement of getting an Oustanding grading from Ofsted.
7G were lucky enough to do lots of exciting activities throughout the day.
First we got to play on the bouncy castle outside, we loved jumping around and having fun with our friends.
In Maths we are learning about money. Mrs Mahood led our Attention Autism session. We did "What's in the box?" for Stage 1 and then for Stage 2, Mrs Mahood made a giant doughnut on the floor with lots of icing and sprinkles on top. For Stage 3, pupils got to come out to the front to buy a "doughnut" and had to choose the right coin to pay for it. In our continuous provision activities, pupils got to decorate their very own doughnut to eat with Mrs Moorhouse, we looked for the hidden coins in the sand and match the correct coins to the caterpillar pictures and counted how many coins we had.
In the afternoon, it was 7G's turn to use the climbing wall. Unfortunately, the weather was very wet and this meant some pupils were reluctant to have a try. However, the rest of us went outside and gave it our best go.
We had a brilliant day!
Mrs Fisher, Mrs Mahood and Mrs Moorhouse
Posted by Mrs H Fisher