Our IPC topic this half term is...
Mission to Mars!!!
We have been learning lots of fascinating facts about Mars, and we have had so much fun whilst doing this! We have made a space camp within the Nurture Room with our very own Martian - ZEB, we have investigated the land formation of Mars and considered how this may have come about, we are looking at what we can grow on Mars, we took part in a "Space Academy" day where we did agility tests, concentrated under pressure and took part in team building challenges. We have also investigated the "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast by Orsen Wells and created our own alien invasion reports. We have also listened to the "War of the Worlds" music scores and critiqued these. We have considered what sort of vehicles would be best for Mars, using our knowledge of force and resistance.
Welcome back to a new term! This term our IPC topic is...
"All about Me"
The SEB Cafe
On Friday 10th October, the SEB classroom transformed into the "SEB Café"! Our pupils became waiters / chefs / customers and we had a number of different visitors to our café...
On our menu we had...
- Chicken salad
- Tuna wraps
- Pasta salad
... to name but a few items! We laid our tables beautifully and our customers were given menus on arrival. Our waiters then came to take their orders and then communicated these to our chefs. We even had a till with money so customers could pay their bills!
Everyone had a great time. Mrs Clark-Davies (Deputy Head) said "It's the best café in town!" and Anjola (Oasis pupil) said "When can we visit again?".
Watch this space for more exciting enterprise ideas from SEB!
Statement of 'British Values'
The Department for Education recently reinforced the need ‘to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of:
• the rule of law
• individual liberty
• mutual respect
• tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs’
Each school has been asked to publish a statement about how they ensure that pupils are developing a full and balanced understanding. At William Bellamy Primary School we are proud to represent a number of cultures and faiths and always strive to promote these key aspects of being a well-rounded citizen.
Please find attached the School’s statement.
If you require any additional information please contact the Headteacher through the school website.