We’ve had an excellent day today, with pupils taking part in debating e-safety with their classmates. I was fortunate enough to be able to visit some of the classes during the day and there were certainly some interesting and varied opinions being shared.
The pupils also wrote their pledges and promises (far too many for the website), however a selection have now been added to our eSafety/eCadets board in the school hall for all to see.
Well done Flying Bull!
Today is Safer Internet Day, and schools across the country will be discussing how to stay safe online. This year the theme is “Let’s Create a Better Internet Together”, and the pupils of Flying Bull have been asked to consider how they can contribute to making the internet a better place by writing pledges.
Throughout the day our Network Manager, Mr McGlone-Atkinson, will be visiting classrooms and asking for the very best pledges as they will be displayed on the school website! Look out for them as they are added!
For the past 10 weeks, pupils from KS2 have been practicing hard for the Junior Dance Off competition. This was held at the Kings Theatre last Friday and was a great success.They competed against 8 other schools and won the ‘Best Characterisation’ category. Mia Bevan Veira won the Freestyle competition. I was very, very proud of them all, not only with the way they performed but also with their behaviour – they had to sit in their seats for nearly 6 hours! Once again Flying Bull showed other schools how it’s done. Thanks to Mrs Bennett and Miss Greentree for accompanying us.
Last week the pupils of Year 4 visited West Wittering beach as part of their Extreme Environments topic. They took turns imagining what it was like taking on the harsh conditions of the Arctic! Below are a series of photos from the trip.
It was a real pleasure to be greeted in our office by these Year 2 children with some incredibly imaginative homework. They had thought about attractions that they would like to see in Portsmouth. Have a look at their ideas from a go kart track, to an adventure swimming pool and a roller coaster. Well done Millie, Haneefah, Freya, Harvey and Oakley!
The Flying Bull Puzzle is taking shape. Come into the school at 3pm today to see if you can find your child’s piece………
From Assembly the children worked in mixed-age groups to solve a range of puzzles. The Puzzle Day team had organised 32 different puzzle stations around the school. Have a look at the activities that the children were involved with…..