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Spring Week 5

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The year 3 girls have had a great start to their netballing life at St Neot’s and competed in a festival at Yateley Manor last week. The girls performed amazingly as a team and although there were no winners as it was just a festival, the girls would have been first or second if there had been. The junior boys had their last rugby matches of the season on Friday and finished in style, with four wins out of four. The final rugby matches for the boys in years 5-8 take place this Wednesday against LVS & Reddam. All boys will be moving to hockey after half term and will need mouth guards, shin pads and hockey sticks in school (the school does have some hockey sticks but we recommend pupils getting their own).We have also been getting ready for the cricket season after the Easter break and had an extra bowling session during first break on Tuesday, for which 40 pupils in years 3&4 turned up, keen to work on and improve their bowling actions. We are pleased to announce that we have set up a multiskills classroom on Google Classroom for the children to try out at home. Mr Smith talked about this in assembly on Friday and showed the children how they could join the classroom. The following steps highlight the process of how to join:Log into Google with your school gmail accountGo to ClassroomClick the plus sign to join a new classEnter the class code c6ctqmIn addition, Olivia G (our girl’s sports captain) ably demonstrated some of the challenges the children can do. We would love to hear about the challenges that children have attempted themselves and about their progress and successes. The class code is c6ctqm.Finally, house rugby for pupils in years 5-8 has been rearranged to this week. Years 3&4 is still on the last day of half term. All boys and girls will need their mouth guards in school to participate.We hope everyone has a fantastic last week and an enjoyable, sport-filled break over half term.

Harry Potter Book Night

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More than forty excited young witches and wizards gathered on Thursday evening to celebrate all things Harry Potter. Under the direction of Professor McGonagall they were sorted into Hogwarts houses and listened intently to a reading of the first arrival of Harry and his friends at the magical school (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone).

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Lights, camera, action - the props for the Lion King are taking shape!

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The DT workshop has been a hive of activity as countless animals come to life ready for the Lion King performance in April.  Creations so far include a herd of wildebeest, leaping gazelles, an evil Scar, a moving cheetah, zebras and bug infested grasses!

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Design Technology creates a buzz across the school!

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Pupils have been hard at work in DT lessons this term.  Year 5 have been testing their PSB skills by designing and building bridges in group based collaborative projects;Year 6 have been trying their hand at soldering as they make 'Steady Hand' buzzer games and Year 7 have been soldering component parts into their circuit boards, to create colour changing LED nightlights.

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05 April 2019
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25 March 2019
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