Mr Lindop: June 2019
It's been a fantastic active week in Base 4 for health and well-being week.
We've been taking part in tag rugby, yoga, bowling and sports day across the week and the children have put in so much effort to all of their activities.
Our year 4's also visited the doctor's surgery on Wednesday to learn more about immunisations. The children asked some fantastic questions and chose this to show their learning to our parents on Friday. We showed how quickly diseases can spread by playing tag and then "vaccinated" some of our children. Both parents and children were interested to see how much slower the disease spread even when just a few children were immune.
We've also been doing lots of writing. We've written letters to the farmers in Africa to stop expanding their fences in the animals' land. Some excellent persuasive language used, well done Base 4.
Have a lovely, active weekend!
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