Trips and Events Letters and Information
Spring 2 will start with a bang as the children visit a writing workshop at the Lyric Theatre.
Stories around the campfire
Come and join us on Wednesday 3rd November, 3:30pm - 4:15pm.
Bronze Ambassadors Training Day
Reviews of Bronze Ambassador Day
What I enjoyed about the Bronze Ambassador Training was learning new games such as Switch, Rock, Paper, Scissors and the Plate Game.
I learnt that sports are important to keep you healthy as well as being fun!
At school I hope to teach children the importance of exercise and sport. I also want to teach them the new games I have learnt.
The day: The day was the best experience ever. There was so much to do and learn, technically just fun!
What did you learn?: I learnt many things but if I had to choose I would say I learnt about the rules. Also that it has to be fun and that you need one hour of exercise per day.
What will you do with the training?: I will make the next generation sporty with all my friends.
That’s why Bronze Ambassadors helps a lot!
What did you enjoy about the day?
I enjoyed learning lots of new games, having fun and seeing friends from other schools.
What did you learn?
I learnt a lot of new games like Switch, Rock, Paper, Scissors and a plate game.
What will you do with the training?
I will encourage people to enjoy games and sports.
I enjoyed making a workshop so we could get all the classes out and show them what we have learnt.
I learnt how to make a workshop, make our own games and showing what games we can do.
I will bring the training to school and show the classes about what we learnt and what they taught us.
What I enjoyed was that we had fun activities that we can remember and bring the ideas to our school.
We learnt how to be a good representative for the school and how to act like one.
With the training we can always take ideas from them and make our own. We can add to them and make them bigger and better.
We (eight people in our class) went on a trip by coach.
It is my belief that it was to a college ibn Weymouth but it may not have been. When we were there we did many fun activities. I think my favourite part was when we used a cone and a bell to make our own games. I think in the future I will use the training for Sports Ambassador related thins in my school.
I enjoyed all of it but my favourite thing was the catching and throwing game that Isabel, Matilda, Emelia and I did. We called it Switch Up. I Iearned a new game to teach people at school and other place. They are really fun - honestly! I will take what I have learnt back to school and teach people exercise for 60 minutes a day and to eat healthily. I will teach them first be healthy and second be fit.
What I enjoyed about ambassador training the most is that when we were doing the activities we mixed with lots of other schools and used teamwork to complete them.
What I learned
- I learned to be a leader.
- I learned new games to teach children how to play.
- I learned to keep active and do lots of exercise.
- I learned new ways of keeping your body healthy.
I will teach other children how to play new games and stay healthy and active. I will also teach them how to use teamwork and believe in themselves.