Bishop Bronescombe C of E School

Faith

Class Teacher: Miss Edney & Mrs Mullen

 
What we have been doing this week:
19th July 2019
Goodness, where has this school year gone?!  We only have 3 more days left until we say goodbye to the year 6 children and hello to the year 4's who are joining upper key stage two.  
This week we performed our amazing BGT Leavers Show where everyone had a part and did us proud. Also on Wednesday we had our Outdoor learning Day where we took part in a range of activities including camp fire making, marshmallow melting, mud pie making, den building, journey stick making, seed planting, bug hunting and clay modelling.  It was great fun and the children were really well behaved.
 
9th July 2019
The whole school, especially the Year 6's have had a busy week last week.
 
The Year 6's adventured to Skern lodge where they completed a series of challenges. They also took part in: kayaking, surfing, football, abseiling and swimming.
 
Transition:
Monday and Tuesday saw the Year 6's transition day at Poltair and Wednesday and Thursday saw the Year 6's transition to Penrice. All had a fab time exploring their new schools, participating in lessons and immersing themselves in KS3 life. Well done!
Bishop Bronescombe's whole school transition day was last Wednesday and we will have another one on Wednesday 10th July. Faith Class met their new teacher and class of the current Year 4's. The children tested their drama skills in a group building activity, as well as learning facts and interests about their new class friends. All the children produced some beautiful art work for the new class flag and stain glass window.
 
Whilst the Year 6's were at camp and transition, the Year 5's have been busy with outdoor learning and creating animal art (see our photos). We now have a beautiful new display in the KS2 corridor.
 
26th June 2019
Last week we had our annual Science week where we had some visitors in to talk to us about their scientific jobs.  We also carried out some investigations, one of which was to make a working flag pole using pulleys.  These proved tricky at the  start but we all persevered and managed to make a working flag pole by the end of the lesson!
This week we had another successful Sports Day, the weather was kind to us and it didn't rain!  Everyone took part and showed great sportsmanship - The finale was the Year 6 children taking part in a relay race which was fantastic.
Some Y6 are off to camp on Friday to Skern Lodge, coming back Monday. Have a lovely time and don't get sunburnt!
Just a Reminder:
Please make sure your child has a PE Kit in school every day...this consists of black shorts, white t. shirt and plimsolls or trainers, thank you.
 
17.5.19
 
What a week!
 
As many of you know the Year 6s had their SATs this week. Each morning, the Year 6s and their siblings enjoyed their SATs breakfast which the PTA kindly helped with (see our photos). Monday- Thursday the Year 6s sat their SATs papers- they were all so fantastic and we couldn't be prouder of them.
All the Year 5s had a joint Let's Think English lesson in the hall, where they then wrote their own story based on Alma's story. 
 
Today we have had a science morning. Hope and Faith class both mixed into groups and had to design and then create their own parachute or three. Then, we all went onto the decking by KS2 and tested how long it took for parachute to land after being dropped: the longest to stay airborne was 23 seconds! 2nd place was then 5 seconds. Make sure to ask your children about aerodynamics. Have a look at our photos to see our science lesson.
 
3.5.19
Welcome back to the start of the Summer term.  As you may have noticed, the weather is very changeable at the moment and the children still need to have a coat and jumper in school everyday please and sun cream and a hat for when we do have some sun!
 
Last week we launched our  new topic, 'Has Technology improved our lives?' We have looked at cinema posters from the 1930s and compared them to modern day ones.  We then watched the first ever colour film, The Wizard of Oz.  Afterwards, we compared the original one with the modern version...We concluded that technology had moved on greatly since the 1930's!

 

Photo Gallery 
 
Our School Parliament Members
 
Our Super 6's are:
. Jack    . Tyler      . Dylan
. Issey   . Maddie  . Steven
. Herbie . Lily
. Lucy    . Riley
. Taylor . Abi
Please note:
.Year 6 Leavers Assembly Thursday 18th July at 2pm. 
.Year 6 prom Friday 19th.
.Communion Wednesday 24th @ 9.15am.
School Christian Value of the week:
All of Year 6!
General Information
 
  •  
    Monday and Tuesday 1st and 2nd July - Transition Days for Y6 going to Poltair School in September.
    Wednesday and Thursday 3rd and 4th July -Transition Days for Y6 going to Penrice School in September.
    Please contact the secondary schools if you need more information.
    Year 6 Leavers Assembly Thursday 18th July @ 2pm.

 

  • P.E Kits need to be in School EVERY DAY please.

BISHOP BRONESCOMBE C OF E SCHOOL

Bishop Bronescombe CofE School, Boscoppa Road, St Austell, PL25 3DT
01726 64322
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