Autumn is a wonderful time. The scorching sun has abated its fury while the bite of winter has not yet grasped the earth. Yes, there is a chill in the air but nothing which cannot be borne. Meanwhile, from gardening to pumpkin sensory play, from outdoor movement to intrepid exploration, our pupils barely have time
Long gone, medieval even, are the days of ‘Chalk and talk’. From scavenger hunts to support their observational skills, to outdoor teamwork play, to role-play activities to develop story sequence and character development skills, the boys have been engaged in a month of college activity and effective learning.
Kg2Ywere heavily involved into role play. They became dentists for their role play session. The children are enjoying exploring different professions.
Year 1Y have been talking about themselves and their similarities and differences, both physically and in the things that they like and dislike. The boys were asked to bring something that they like to school. To talk about it and share it with the class.
As the end of October approaches, pumpkins and witches become cliches. Year 6 have been learning about Futurism and have been inspired by futuristic artists to create their own Halloween figures.
In this edition of the College Newsletter, we can obtain solace that showing emotions is not a ‘weakness’. More information about a recent visit to the college by the President of the European Parliament. This edition also gives details of the year representatives of the SEPTA…and so much more.