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On Thursday 31st January 2019 we welcomed ex-pupils (& Mrs K-D's son) Sam Kail-Dyke and Lucy Bishop to Lympsham Academy. They are the present head girl and head boy at King's Academy.
We were lucky enough to have some time to ask questions to our guests and find out all about being a head girl or boy. Lots of us are thinking about it for our futures now.
On Tuesday the year fours went to Hugh Sexey’s in the rain for the Multi-skills event.
Some of the activities we tried were rugby, hurdles, stuck- in-the-mud (funny!). (Freddie)
It was my birthday (Georgiana). My favourite part was the tug-o-war. My favourite activity was the Rock, paper, scissors course. (Amelie)
We were hard-core and very resilient. (Rhys)
At least my PE kit has been washed and the mud is gone now. (Saffiyah)
Even though it was drizzling and there was slushy, sticky mud everywhere around the 12 sport action stations, everyone enjoyed it was wanted to go again (Ruby).
Mr Waterfield wanted to know which events we enjoyed the best as he had challenged the year 8s to design the activities to keep us moving and to see which one we would enjoy the most.
By Freddie, Georgiana, Saffiyah, Ruby, Rhys, Tarlia, Evie-Mae, Sam, Taylor, Amelie and Ceira
This term we are learning about the Stone Age. Our topic is called Sticks and stones and mammoth bones. We started with some visits to Comple Copse. The tree tribe made mud paintings on the trees. The fire folk made fires with cotton wool. It was tricky but two of us managed it! The happy hunters made weapons like spears and we had a contest to see how far we could throw them.
We have made a full-sized mammoth and it is on our classroom wall. We have also been making instructions for how to wash a woolly mammoth.
by Henry O, Alex, Henry P and Daisy
Lympsham invaded by Romans
The Phoenix Class have been working hard at improving their mathematical thinking power. This is a transition project being run in conjunction with Hugh Sexey Middle School and it will continue in September for those children transferring to year 5 at HSMS . Every session starts with a video message from a professor at Stanford University, USA and then sets children some very hands on challenges to work out. Key messages have included: everyone can be good at maths, we all have very flexible brains and slow thinkers are often deeper thinkers. Today we were visited by one of the Y5 tutors from HSMS who joined in with our session. So far the children have given the project a 'big thumbs up'.