Class 10

The Weekly Class 10 blog by...Max Jeffreys and Oliver Morgan!

 

This week has been mostly about trophies, sport...and frogs!

 

We started by winning the attendance cup - well done class 10! Keep on coming when you can and keep on learning!

 

On Monday we started off a new topic about Oliver Twist straight after half term and started tennis in P.E and we really enjoyed it. Wimbledon here we come! French was really interesting learning about food (they eat frogs!!!) and in I.C.T with Mrs Burkinshaw, we looked at websites which are not always safe. This was fun and interesting. In science, we were comparing the life cycles of amphibians and reptiles and humans - we actually have some things in common with a frog! Can you remember? It's to do with reproduction!

 

There's been a lot of sport going on. Leo Cosgrove and Emily ran in an amazing final at Cannon Hall with team Activ ;Leo came 6 which meant he made it to the Yorkshire finals. On Thursday some of the class went out to do football at Kirkbork  - team a ,  team b and a c team. There wasn't many people left! C team didn't get through the group stage and team b got knocked out in the quarters by Burton Road a in a really close match and Burton Road a went on and win it. The girls went to a tournament and got knocked out late in the semis. Let's hope next week is just as active!

 

Welcome to Class 10 - Mrs N Conway

Welcome to Class 10 where enjoyment and fun are at the heart of our learning journey together! With all the exciting topics we are covering, we aim to make this year challenging and stimulating!

 

This term has seen us get to grip with some diverse characters, from the incredible Olympian Steve Redgrave, to the tragic lovers Romeo and Juliet and finally the mysterious vampires from the Twilight series! Log in for a weekly class blog, where we will share our super work, and find some exciting extra learning opportunities through the 'Brain Box Challenge'.

 

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Take a look at our current Brain Box Challenge, to discover more about the Olympics, where it's going to be held in 2024, and what new events you could be competing at in the future! The link's below. Happy researching and safe surfing, guys!