Burton Green Academy Newsletter 26th June 2019
Last week we finished off with some of our children doing us proud at the athletics in Edmonscote. A thoroughly enjoyable event with our children doing their very best against a very competitive field. Considering the size of our school we did well with Ellie B getting a second in girls 600m for year 5 and a 1st in the 75m skipping and a 1st for Mollie R in the year 4 skipping race. Well done to all who took part.
The children have been again having a busy week with a trip to Gaydon for Year 6 and lots of hard work as we rush to the end of term!
On Friday we are warming up for our amazing Summer Fayre! A fantastic opportunity to spend some time with friends and raise money for the school. There will be lots of great stalls to enjoy, great food and drink and of course the ‘GUNGE TANK’!
Class Highlights of the Week:
We are very proud of all of the children in Maple Class for their super performance in our class assembly! Well done! We are also having a very exciting week as we have had a break in from a pirate! We are looking for clues and deciding who we think the culprit is.
This week the children have enjoyed creating landscapes using watercolours. We used a mixture of colours that reflected the climate of Africa, which we are studying in our topic this term.
We have been learning how to play kwik cricket and putting all our cricket training into practise. Also, we have been learning about pyramid construction through the ages.
This week Oak class have been perfecting their country dances which we will show to parents on Sports Day. Also, we have been working on our end of year show, as well as a fabulous trip to JLR Gaydon. We have also been preparing for our trip to Kingswood, enjoying a fun-filled day with our All Saints peers – another busy week!