Year 2 went on a trip to Stonehenge on Monday 12th June.
We looked at some big stones. They looked like Lego bricks because there was a big lump on some of them. We tried to pull the stones on a big trailer but they were too heavy and it would take 100 people to move it. Some of the stone was from Wales. Freddie and Freya thought the trip was amazing. By Freddie and Freya
Classes 2, 3, 4, 5 et 6 ont fait une assemblée en français! They performed stories, a song and a poem.
“On Monday the sixth of March year five and year seven did a French play together. We had been rehearsing it for quite a while, with only having had two full rehearsals on stage together we did really well. I really enjoyed doing it with the year seven. I would love to do another one.”
By Maisie, classe 5
“I enjoyed introducing the year 7 and 5 story of Petit Elephant!”
Barnaby, classe 5
Not really a blog post but we’d love you to watch our new school video, out in time for Christmas.
OPERATION CHRISTMAS SOCKS from Warminster School on Vimeo.
Pre-Prep loved their first visit of the year to Clearwood. After a bumpy ride up the farm track, we all found our special keys to enter the wood (a sign of autumn or a perfect leaf) and then we were able to enter our special forest school area. The morning started with a game of ‘1,2,3, where are you?’ and then we separated into groups for activities which included bark rubbing, colour matching and twig writing. We then came back round the campfire for a delicious hot dog lunch with sausages cooked over the open fire. This was definitely the best part of the day for some children! After lunch children could have some free play time or practise whittling with vegetable peelers to make magic wands. We returned to school tired but happy.