Competitions and Projects In School
🌟In order to raise money for new school resources, we are having our very own Wistow Walk-a-thon!🌟
We will be challenging ourselves to walk as far as we possibly can within a time frame, whilst raising as much money as we can. We will be walking around Jubilee Field and measuring our individual distances achieved and we will be seeing how far we can walk in total as a school!
Sponsor forms will be coming home this evening and we ask that children collect sponsors safely and sensibly and return the form after the sponsored walk. There are various prizes and the children are all very excited about this event, working together to help school.
We have a few weeks to get in some practise ..... What distance do you think will we achieve together as a school?
If you are bonkers about conkers, then this is the project for you!
It is time to get collecting conkers, as they fall from the trees around you this Autumn. Make sure you are collecting them safely and from the ground!
When you have enough, it is time to get creative! We are running our conker model making competition again this year and you can make what ever you want out of conkers - let's see how creative you can be!
Mrs Cox will let you know when the projects need to be brought into school.
RECYCLED ART PROJECT
Challenge: WE NEED YOU!
In preparation for the fantastic scarecrow festival in Wistow, we need to start a holiday homework project but I have decided to give it to the children now so they have plenty of time to plan ….or perhaps even begin!
Their mission is to create WATERPROOF SEA CREATURES (REAL ONES NOT MYTHICAL) of all shapes and sizes that can be attached to our front fence and they MUST be made out of RECYCLED ITEMS!
They can make more than one …. It would be great if they can as it is a big fence to fill and this is what we aim to do!
This is to go with our scarecrow for the theme Heroes and Villains. I wonder if parents can guess who we are going to make as our scarecrow?
You are all a very creative and talented bunch so I will look forward to the children bringing in your sea creatures on the first day after the half term.