Wenlock have entered a national competition. The four areas are: Where is God today? Prophecy and Visions; Seeing Jesus and It's Not Fair! Justice and Poverty. Every child in the school took part and it has been very hard to select just the 10 entries. Each child drew a picture under one of the titles and then wrote a short piece about that picture.
To celebrate the anniversary of when the school opened 50 years ago, the children learnt about some of the things that children might have played with in the 1960s. They made board games and played these and also enjoyed some time outside. Apparently, children didn't have PlayStations back then! Looks like Year 4 still managed to have fun without electronics.
Year 4 really enjoyed their trip to St Albans, despite being soaked on the way back to the train station! We visited the Abbey and had a look around at all the different areas of the cathedral and learnt about St. Alban himself. In the museum the children enjoyed dressing up as Roman soldiers and making mini mosaics. We even had time for a game of football and rounders in the park. The children were extremely well behaved all day and loved the trip on the train. Thank you to all the adults that joined us.