Great Gymnastics Festival
Learning Resource Centre
Science Live Trip
Great Gymnastics Festival Prince Henry’s High School played host to the ‘Bredon Hill Family Gymnastics Festival’ run by ‘Let’s Get Active South Worcester’ on 17th January 2013. Leaders from Prince Henry’s High School coached gymnastics activities to over 50 Year 3 and 4 children from the Bredon Hill Family of Schools. The leaders were trained to deliver the gymnastic activities prior to the festival and did an excellent job of encouraging their groups of pupils and guiding them through to productive, collaborative and creative outcomes. These coaches of the future deserve great praise for the communication, organisation and problem solving skills they showed throughout the event and the responsibilities they took on. Without these leaders, events like this could not happen. The first school children worked around each of the leaders’ six gymnastics stations then they practised what they had learned by putting together a partner or group gymnastics sequence. Some fantastic work was produced by the children, showing this experience had really enhanced their learning and gymnastic creativity. Miss T Kay, Physical Activity Enrichment Manager
Learning Resource Centre A group of 17 Year 9 students began meeting on 29th January in the Learning Resource Centre, on Tuesday at lunchtime, to discuss the six books shortlisted for the Worcestershire Teen Book Award. The books are: Soldier Dog" " " " Dead Time" " " " The Haunting of Tabitha Grey " Girl, Stolen" " " " Socks are not Enough" " The Other Life" " "
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Sam Angus Anne Cassidy Vanessa Curtis April Henry Mark Lowery Susanne Winnacker
Mrs R Bennington, Librarian Page 19
Published on Jul 5, 2013