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Autumn 1 -P.E - 5-10-18

 

This half term in P.E, Rowan class have been learning about gymnastics.  They have learnt about the different types of balances, jumps and turns. The children have started adding these different elements together to form a gym routine. In their outdoor P.E lessons, they have been practising their Netball skills including the different throws, not running with the ball and pivoting. Rowan class have started created their own games using these skills. Well done to Rowan class for an excellent start to these topics!

CELEBRATION OF SPANISH DAY 

On Wednesday the 26th of September, Robin Hood Junior School had the pleasure of being able to celebrate Spanish Day, thanks to our amazing Spanish teachers Miss Hanoman-Singh and Mrs Gasson.

 

First of all we got to try out Flamenco Dancing which was very enjoyable.We also got to try Tapas Tasting. The foods that we tried included chorizo, sheep cheese, breadsticks with garlic mayonnaise, cheese potatoes, ham omelette and olives.  It was delicious.

 

Spanish day was amazing and we wish to do it again.

 

By Zara and Halle

 Y6 TRIP TO THE BLUEBELL RAILWAY

 

On Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th, Year Six visited The Bluebell Railway in East Sussex because our topic is World War 2, and our teachers wanted us to have fun whilst simultaneously learning.

 

We got to dress as an evacuee for the day and got to experience an Air Raid alarm as well as a blackout.

We also got to travel by a vintage steam train and reinacted being chosen to go to a foster family due to the danger of being bombed if we stayed with our families in London.

 

Overall I think the Bluebell Railway is excellent fun and I would recommend it to people who enjoy train journeys.

 

By Ayman, Rowan class

FLAT STAN FIRST AID WORKSHOP

 On the 11th of September, Robin Hood Junior school had the pleasure of having a man from the Flat Stan first aid workshops come in to explain how to be safe around first aid. First of all, we got given a leaflet that told us all about what to do if we were in the situation of having a family member in need of help. Next, we got to experience what it would be like to bandage someone who had hurt themselves in a really bad way. Then the man explained which numbers to call if you were in an emergency. He also told us that if you have an iPhone and press the on/off button 5 times you will automatically get the number 112.

 

This was a really useful workshop and I think that all children should do it!

 

By Zara, Rowan class

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