Our Year 6 class took part in an ‘Into University’ project last week. The project gave them an opporunity to think about what they would like to be when they grow up, and how they may reach their goals through further education. Children took part in a range of activities including drama, presentation skills and team work, concluding with their very own graduation ceremony!
On 10th July our Festival of Music began which included 70 instrumentalists performing to their friends a families in a series of concerts. We were very proud of their achievements. Thank you to our peripatetic team; Mr Norman, Mr Murgatroyd, Mr Clarkson, and Miss Penney who came in to perform and lead the concerts.
On Monday 22nd May we enjoyed our annual Sports Day at the Hurlingham Club. Running, long jump, sack race, the egg and spoon race and javelin throwing were some of the activites our children took part in. Well done to all the children for taking part, and to Miss Roberts and Miss Stringer who organised a fabulous day.
Children in Year 4 have taken part in a fantastic project at Fulham Cross School this week, where they have made their own chutneys. They were involved in every part of the process, including designing their own recipes, picking the vegetables from the garden, and designing the labels. The final products will then be sold in local Wholefoods shops. Children from Year 4 across the Brightwells Academy have been involved in this new project. We can’t wait to taste them!
Each term children who sign up to Newspaper club have the chance to get their own articles published and we were are never disappointed with the standard of writing! Click below to read last term’s final product.