What a treat! An opportunity to design and create our own souvenir T-Shirt from Leeson House, 2019! Completed in between purchases from the extensive gift shop and fun times catching up with friends in our bedrooms, what a busy day!
Archive | January, 2019
Another fantastic day in the world of adventure at Leeson House! What a resilient bunch we are, it was very cold at Corfe Castle but everybody enjoyed themselves and learnt something new without complaining about chilly fingers and toes. We heard about murder, cannibalism and betrayal – all in one building! We explored the grounds more »
Football Match- Southill vs St Nicks We did not let a little weather warning get in our way of playing football as we made our way to face St Nicholas and St Laurence. Despite the cold, the boys were ready and raring to go for the 9-aside football match. After some good early pressure, Southill more »
Please find attached minutes from FOSS meetings: 10/10/18, 30/10/18, 12/11/18
In maths yesterday we were ‘Finding the Volume of Cubes and Cuboids’ which was ideal for using all of our BLP (Building Learning Power) skills. The children’s ‘In Focus’ task was ‘Using straws, make a cube whose inside has a volume of 1-metre cubed. Estimate the volume of your classroom in cubic metres’. In groups of 4, more »
Year 4 are having a great time at Leeson House. The camera never lies!
We’re all really enjoying listening to the book reviews on Tuesdays. This morning we had two reviews – one classic Jacqueline Wilson and a brand new book – Wizards of Once Twice Magic (which I only bought for the class last week!) The children impress me every week with the effort they put into creating more »
Viking War Cries Goodness me Year Three are having fun learning all about the Vikings. We have learnt that: -the Vikings first raided Britain in 793 AD -they travelled from their Scandinavian homelands (Norway, Sweden, Denmark) on longships -most Vikings even used their shields as weapons -they raided monasteries first as this is where most more »
Southill vs Beechcroft As the Nash Cup looms nearer, the girls are working hard in order to be fully prepared for the competition. Today, the girls played against Beechcroft. In the first half, the girls managed to score a staggering 5 goals thanks to some excellent through balls from the defence and midfield. We could more »
In Year 5 this week we have been thinking about words. When writing our legends we needed to create a picture in our reader’s mind so it was important to choose exactly the right word to create the mood or set the scene or describe the character. Boring words are no good for us! We more »