We entered our original script into a nationwide competition.
The winners would win £5000 and their school show filmed.
Second prize was £1000.
20 semi finalists would receive £100.
We were luck enough to be selected as semi finalists!!
Our home learning project has been linked to our learning theme of entertainment. Today we shared our newly developed skills. We had solo singing, stand up comedy, segwaying, unicycling, dancing, juggling and magic! We were thoroughly entertained.
Pupils reflections and peer assessment comments:
- I liked that we had to learn a new skill and you got to choose what you wanted to do.
- It was really funny when Mr McP was on the Segway.
- Feedback from my friends was quite good because I got to know how I could improve.
- I enjoyed people liking my stand up but I was disappointed that I lost 1 mark because I didn’t bring in my planning sheet.
- It’s not easy to learn new stuff all the time but it doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
- The stuff that people were doing was really fun because it was different stuff than people normally do.
- You would think learning a new skill is quite hard but choosing which one to do was also quite hard.
- It was a really good afternoon because everyone was performing their new skills and it was entertaining.
- It makes you nervous but once you start you get more confident and it gets better.
- I enjoyed watching the skills because they were entertaining.
- I was very impressed by the range of skills P67 developed.
Huge congratulations to our new captains and leadership pupils. Excellent speeches were delivered this morning, followed by a whole school democratic vote. Pupil and adult voice is very important in Fisherton primary…..the people have spoken! pic.twitter.com/gBKDfDYAc3
— Fisherton PS and EYC (@FishertonPS) August 24, 2018
We had a wonderful prize giving led by P1-3. There were many successes of 2017/18 celebrated and a few farewells to be made.
We really have had a wonderful year in Fisherton Primary and would like to thank all our children, families and staff. The community support we receive is outstanding and helps to make our wee school the excellent learning environment it is today. See you all next year!
Well done to Mia who received a literacy award at this week’s assembly for her work on nouns, verbs and adjectives. Great job Mia.
Leith’s award was given for his fantastic numeracy work in which he has been counting on and back across 100. Well done Leith.
This week Cara, Elsi and Nikkita all received literacy certificates for the super job that they had done on creating Rights Respecting labels for our display boards.
Matthew received a maths award for hi enthusiasm in completing the Rigour Challenges and Christopher received a certificate in recognition of his honesty and responsibility concerning school matters.
Well done winners.
Well done to all those whose successes were celebrated at this week’s assembly.
Lacey and Kaleyll received Dojo Champ Certificates.
Harvey received a maths award for super measuring skills. Anna and Mia both got literacy awards for excellent letter writing.
Well done to you all.