Highlights of the Week 14 May 2021

Another busy one! We have Miss Mowitt in class helping us a the moment, she has brought some fun ideas.

The Primary Lego group made some progress, we now have our competition  playing field finished and set up. This week the group tested an example challenge:

 

The Primary sixes had a deal of fun making a robot avoid crashing:

Maths

Miss Mowitt, worked on some data handling and we had some good looking results.

GRAPHS

R.E.

We have been learning about Ramadan and the class made some fanoos lanterns.

Poetry

The Highlight of the week should have been sports day on Wednesday, but it was too wet. We wrote some poems instead.

Two of my favourites were Ben’s:

Ocean

A universe that never ends
The water is strong
Like an army going to war
It over takes any obstacle

and Lara’s:

Birds

The bright sun beaming through in my window,
just like to look out to see the birds flying past my window,
bird after bird.

But everyone has some good ideas and words. Quite a few were a bit longer.

on Thursday the weather was much drier, and a lot colder, so we went out for

Sports Day

Although we missed the audience we had a great sports day. The children were brilliant at taking part, playing fairy and encouraging others. Lots of enthusiasm

There will be some more pictures of the sport’s day on the main Banton site soon.

Follow the line to Creativity

The Primary sixes have been working on programming their micro:bits to follow a line. We added a bit of creativity to the coding by designing tracks to give the bots some character: disco dances, dogs and more.

The class also were creative in their movie making:

We will add the rest of the videos when they are finished.