Our Enrichment Week in May 2011 was inspired by our interest in the natural environment.
The week got off to a great start with an Assembly presented by Sharmila Choudhury and Wendy Darke. Sharmila showed extracts from the Lost Land of the Tiger series and Wendy showed extracts from Deadly 60.
For the first two days of Go Wild week, the children were mixed up in random groups, with Year 3 and 4 being taught by Year 5 and 6 teachers, and Year 5 and 6 being taught by Year 3 and 4 teachers. There was lots of sport - including squash, croquet and golf - and lots of art and craft: Miss O'Neill's groups painted a beautiful jungle mural, inspired by Rousseau, and Mrs Shaw and Mrs Tomlin's groups made a mosaic column, which is now a permanent feature planted down by the Campus Archway as a welcome sign.
As the week went on, we:
And a whole lot more.
On Friday afternoon, 100 Wild Things, wearing their Wild Headdresses, processed around the playground and playing field, causing a Wild Rumpus! We ended with an assembly where the staggering range of work was on display for all to see. The children worked incredibly hard all week, learnt a lot, had great fun, and produced a lasting legacy for the school.