Tuesday, 7 February 2017
Monday, 6 February 2017
On Friday 3rd February the whole school went number crazy! Exchanging our usual school uniform for clothes with numbers on, every class across the school had lots of fun with maths and numbers! From considering the size and weights of the planets, to the distances traveled by the teachers cars. From the average ages of classes in school to using our clothes to create number sentences there was real life maths taking place everywhere! The day ended with a pupils v. teacher maths quiz... It was a close competition... and the winners... the pupils of course!
Well done to all the children who performed so magnificently in the Derby City SSP gymnastic competition on February 1st. Receiving the team gold award as well as individual gold for Tessa and individual bronze for Maisy the girls did a wonderful job!
On Tuesday the 31st of January, 18 of the children from Kingfishers spent the afternoon at the Royal school for the Deaf, taking part in a New-Age Kurling competition.
Kurling is a form of the original curling game, but adapted so that it can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface, such as a sports hall, rather than on ice.
We split into three groups and competed against schools from the local area in a round robin. Each group showed a respectfully competitive attitude whilst playing the sport and were gracious in both loss and victory!
We had lots of fun throughout the competition and, although we didn’t place, our skills and accuracy had improved and we enjoyed the challenge of playing a new sport.