I enjoyed the hook day. It could be beter by having a full day on fairgrounds. It wasent the best hook day ever because there was onley one actionty and you had to go in the stay in the same class all afternoon. It would of bean better if we could of goin on a school trip to a fairground. It would of made it more fun if you could tuse who to go with to make the fairground rides. It would of bean funner if there was more of boxers and meterels so you can make the fairground rides better and more fun.it was still fun because you got to work a team. all the teachers put a lot of effort in to the hook day and a lot of people appreciated it as i did. Thank you
I thought that the hook day could be inproved … It could be inproved by making the hook afternoon in to an hook day.I also dident like that we just had to stay in the same classroom. Later on in the topic i would like to do a presentaton all about the topic .Iwould also like to have fairground theam lunch with doughnuts hotdogs nachos candy floss .I think we should get money from awer parents and we could try and go to a fair ground .The thing about the hook day i liked was the making of the models , the models that we made were very hard to make at first but at the end it was , quite easy so i hope you enjoyed it !!!!!!!!!!!!!
The fairground afternoon was a bit short and there wasn’t enough time to make anything that really looked like its from a fairground it should have been a hook DAY. To make it so we know the design and functions of ride’s at fairgrounds upper school should take a trip to somewhere like Alton towers so we can go on some rides to understand how they work and have fun while we are learning. We could have a bun sale so that we casn afford a trip to a fairground and when we get back we can mak a full fair ground model that works.
the hook day was realy cool i loved building a carocel but i would love it if we could realy go to a fair ground it would be fun or we could have a fairground themed lunch (with candyfloss and hot dogs!!) maybye you could have a longer hook day and make it ershum (awesome but better) we could have an art session and draw a fair ground of our own cool we could olso make our own candyfloss (it would be cool) or teachers can dress up as things form a fair ground (e.g clowns hot dog men ring masters) ershum!!!!
Posted by pupil | Posted in Children's Posts, Upper School | Posted on 18-04-2013
the fairground afternoon was fun making stuff i made the helter skelter we thought it was going to be easy but it wasant.i thought we should of had a fairground day in stead of a afternoon.we all want a fairground themed dinner with donuts and candy floss.please can we have a trip to alton towers it would be wicked. infact could we have a themed dress up day like where clown costumes and that stuff. could we have fairground drinks like fanta , coke . and we could play hit the bottle and if you win you win a prize.
Posted by pupil | Posted in Upper School | Posted on 18-04-2013
Tags: connor leslie
on the hook afternoon it was cind off a fun i liked building a fair ride i a waltser and it realy worked i hope its good anothe to get put on display i wish we could do a hook day. other people made rollercoaster and dodgems. i wish we could go to alton towers. i dont know what happend in the other classes i think they all did the same but there were to many people to fit in the same class. also i want to dress up in any clothes we want but i dont think any one will come in no clothes
Posted by pupil | Posted in Bond, Morpurgo, Upper School | Posted on 09-03-2013
Tags: MATTHEW MCQUEEN
In the victorian streets of Piccadilly lived a frog, a teapot and a pocket watch. On one grimy day, as the rain poured down like a shower, the frog and the pocket watch sheltered inside the teapot. “When will this downpour end?” enquired the pocket watch. “I am dreadfully cold.”
” I’m not quite sure,” huffed the teapot, who came from a posh heritage.THUNK! “What on earth was that!?” they cried in unison.
As the aristocrat enjoyed a nice cup of tea, feasted on frog legs and checked the time on his pocketwatch, he smiled to himself. What a profitable day!
Posted by pupil | Posted in Morpurgo, Upper School | Posted on 20-02-2013
Tags: MATTHEW MCQUEEN
After sally met Mr Bates, he showed her his clock room. This is where he mends things. They agreed to meet at 9 o’clock so he could assess the damage to Grandfather. When he saw the damage he was a bit unsure whether he could fix it. Also he needed paying and she didn’t have enough money to pay him. But a unusual pack full of money came so she paid him. Mum came home early but Mr Bates still managed to fix it in time. He also fixed a bit that had been broke for ever. When mum came home she threw a big party in Sally’s honour because she had been very clever and very grown up. It all turned out fine.