On Monday we saw the Generations' Project launch Science Week with a bang, as the pupils investigated the effect of mixing vinegar and bicarbonate of soda. They also used chromatography to see whether black really is always black. Loved how all ages groups grasped hold of the science and worked really well with their parents/grandparents.
Tuesday saw the second of our Read, Share and Review Days. The last one for the Juniors was a resounding success and I am pleased to say this mirrored it. Feedback from parents was that they loved being able to see what their children had been learning and hearing from the pupils what bits they really were passionate about. Thank you to all those parents, who managed to pop in.
Our Nursery Open Morning showed lots of interested families and we hope once again we can fill all the places we have on offer. We have decided not to offer the 30 free hours to those eligible, because we want to be able to pride ourselves on the fact that we are a teaching nursery and not a daycare facility. Meaning we can provide a far greater educational beginning for 3-4 year olds.
The Spelling Bee on Thursday showcased how amazing our pupils really are and how swiftly they can adapt to new things. All children participating were fantastic and extremely brave for enunciating in front of a live audience.
I hope you all have a great weekend.