What a busy day! We’ve been laser shooting, climbing up the leap of faith and building rafts! Everyone got to the top of leap of faith and we made a raft that floated. All having showers and getting ready for tea! We’ve even a had a visit from a friendly face (Mr Abbott!) 

A day to remember

wow what a busy day of exciting activities. We’ve had drum jam this morning, followed by field games and circus skills. Then, after lunch we’ve been problem solving and completing the nightline challenge! Not even the weather has dampened our moods! We’ve just got back to our dorms after a quizzical evening, answering questions and naming music and tasting food! What will tomorrow bring?


Blowing out the cobwebs

  • Morning from the campers! We’ve all had breakfast and are enjoying our first very noisy activity – drum jam! We’re creating songs to perform in front of the Kingswoods got talent judges in the final! Weve had some real pop stars, they sound like pop stars, look like pop stars and are pop stars! Feild games and circus skills next! 

Camp life 

Well, we are here! We’ve made and we’re all smiling! We have just finished our first meal and are heading back to the dorms (where we have all made our beds outselves!) to chill before getting ready for the evening activity! 
When we arrived we all went down the zip wire and absolutely loved it! More updates to follow! 

Marvellous Measuring

Image result for roald dahl day 2017Happy Roald Dahl Day! We had a great time today thinking about George and his marvellous medicine and used it as the basis for a day of practical work on measures and capacity. Can you post what you learned today for a stamp on the blog log?

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For further rewards, post your Real Life Maths questions here for your classmates to solve…

Gods and Goddesses

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What can you find out about the gods and goddesses that the Ancient Greeks worshipped?  Do you already know about any of them from your Romans topic last year? You could research some of the ones in the picture above or any others you find interesting. The best posts will be those that you have put into your own words rather than just copying and pasting. Let’s see who can join Oliver on the blog log….