Here’s a roundup of Junior articles you might have missed:
On 17th October, Juniors celebrated their Harvest Festival, following their farming in WW1 theme, each year presenting their interpretation summarising the learning done in class. The gifts they offered were sold in aid of CAFOD and Helping charities.
Following a successful Travelling Books Fair, the children enjoyed discovering the new books bought with the £410.00 commission. Thank you for all your support.
On 1st October 2014, KS2 went to London to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. ‘The show was amazing, it was one of the best shows I’ve seen!’ ‘My favourite part was the glass elevator; it was floating above the crowd!
On 29th September, year 6 hosted a MacMillan Coffee Morning. They made cakes, invited staff pupils and families and raised the amazing amount of £811.74. A Towers cake made by a former pupils was raffled boosting the end result. The pupils presented a cheque to a MacMillan Nurse during their Celebration Assembly.
As part of their WW1 topic, KS2 pupils went to visit Goodwood Farm, a working farm, where they compared modern farming techniques to traditional ones. ‘Seeing the calf being born was a wonderful experience!’ – ‘The pigs smelt disgusting’ but ‘the piglets were soooo cute!!’
Budding Formula 1 drivers in Year 6 raced the Goblin Buggy “Turbo Towers” at the famous Goodwood racing circuit on Sunday the 13th July. 91 cars have been entered and the event was a fantastic day out.
Junior Autumn Roundup