Great Linford with another amazing performance in the football, Winning 5-1 against New Bradwell. An amazing performance by all the played in the match with two goals from Hayden, one for Riley, A man of the match performance from Geausham with one goal and an assist. Thank you for all the staff and parents that came to watch and support the school team.
Watch out Geraint Thomas, Year One have been learning to ride their bikes without stabilisers and are not far from competing on the big stage. After a wobbly start and a few nerves the children, with the help from the amazing instructors managed to ride their bikes without stabilisers. All the children loved their bikeability experience and can't wait to get out on their bikes again.
Year 6 have been creating some fantastic wire sculptures. The children have been exploring different wire tools and how they can manipulate the wire in different ways. Using the tools, the children have created flowers using the various types of wire. Next week we will begin constructing our wire sculptures of Darwin's finches.
On Wednesday 9th October Great Linford competed in their first football fixture of the year against Bushfield. The team had a little bit of a shaky start and were 1-0 down at half time. With some great play, team spirit and determination the team turned it around and ended up winning 4-2 with a great performance from Hayden who scored a hat-trick and was given man of the match by the team. A great performance from all the players who were involved and we look forward to our next fixture.
Today marked the end of annual foodbank appeal. We managed to raise 5 crates of food which will be donated to the MK Foodbank to help local families and individuals in need. To mark the occasion Reverend Chucks came to discuss harvest with pupils and presented our newly elected captains with their badges.
Hi! We are the year 6 lunch 'buddies;. Our job is to make sure the younger children in EYFS, year 1 and year 2 eat their lunch safely and calmly. We eat our own lunch with the children and offer help by opening their yoghurts, helping with tricky crisp packets and moping up any small spills. To make sure they are comfortable they all know our names and we wear a special badge so they all know who we are.
Year 4 continued with their 'sound' topic in science this week combining science and music. We explored the term pitch and volume by using different musical instruments. We played them loudly then softly and had to work out what we did with each instruments to get the different pitch. We enjoyed playing them loudly the most!