The Most Fantastic, Funniest Camp Ever
By Tima Korin, Year 4 Student
I loved all the activities at the Year 4 camp but my favourites were rock climbing and canoeing. Lake Ainsworth was such a beautiful, brilliant place.
Raya Enoch, Year 5P
Year 5 have been very busy in preparation for their PYP Exhibition. We have been meeting in our interest groups with our mentors once a week. Each group has one Junior School teacher as their mentor and they are helping us with ideas for our interactive components and how we are going to present them.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank these teachers very much for taking time to help us, we couldn't do it without them.
We also have a blog on the exhibition Weebly, which we use to keep our class teachers informed about the progress we are making and it is a great way to communicate with our interest group.
For the PYP Exhibition there are three committees that we could join. The advertising committee, the speaking committee and the writing committee. The advertising committee is responsible for designing and creating posters to put up around the College. There are different groups and each group has a different area to put up their posters.
The speaking committee write speeches and make presentations to do in front of the Junior School at assembly. They explain the process of the PYP Exhibition and what we have been doing each week.
As you can probably see I am on the writing committee, it is our job to write articles for Somerset Times, like I have done here. Each of us has been given a week to write about what we have been doing for the PYP Exhibition.
My journey through the PYP Exhibition has been very fun but it also has been challenging at the same time. My favourite part of the exhibition so far has definitely been the creative parts. Making posters, designing logos and working on our visual and interactive components. There are only a few weeks to go until the PYP Exhibition is set up in The Great Hall, where you will all be walking in to see all our hard work.« Back to IndexNext article in this edition »