This programme will be delivered on behalf of Cambridge City Council for We very much welcome old and new audiences to join us for these events, and you will be able to find uptodate information on these pages, and also on the HMDT listing of events for the South Eastern region, and breaking news will be findable on twitter via HMD In addition to Helen Weinstein and the team, Historyworks has a fantastic collaborator, the renowned author Michael Rosen, who is our 'poet in residence' helping support Historyworks and the young people of Cambridge for our programme for this year's Holocaust Memorial Day theme, which is on the 'Power of Words'.
Gymnastics, Water play and The New Site!
Learning in and out of school has continued this week. Annabel and Lauren took part in a gymnastics competition with Annabel winning bronze and Lauren getting gold - fantastic achievements where hard work and commitment have paid off. In lessons this week pupils have engaged in a range of learning experiences - over in Tigers pupils were learning a new song, with Freya picking up the pattern of the song really quickly.
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We are all excited about four of our upper site classes moving in to the new build next week. A busy weekend ahead for our team to prepare everything for their arrival.
Have a great weekend. Singing and Speaking Another busy week with lots of achievements. On Monday some of our Key Stage 2 students went to join a singing festival rehearsal in Leicester, staff reported how superb the pupils were. They were focused for 2 hours on learning 8 new songs that they revisited over and over again.
She spoke with passion and conviction about the challenges of homelessness. I hope you all have a good weekend. Workshops, Sport and Work Experience It has been a super week with many achievements.
One of the highlights was for the 5 students from Atlas who were invited to an MATP workshop to develop ideas and show off their skills to people learning about the program from all over the UK. Rhiannon working with a volunteer on kicking a ball, Mollie working on dropping and throwing different balls, Robert walking around a course and stepping over obstacles, Andie giving instructions to go through obstacles pulling a rope to go around a course and Kinjal engaged really well with a new activity after getting a head massage.
We have also had students very much enjoying their first day of Work Experience placements and the Interns giving very positive feedback about their first weeks.
The building is still progressing well and we believe we are still on track for the new dates shared last week. Have a lovely weekend. It has been lovely to welcome all of our pupils back at upper site this week. It has been an amazing week and they have all had a super start to the year.
Some of the new pupils at upper have really enjoyed the bungalow garden - especially picking the apples!. The older pupils have been very supportive of those new to the site staff and pupils and some good new friendships are developing.
Pupils have responded very well to their various lessons and pathways. Kara was responsive and attentive for the whole session and responded to every sound, she kept her hand on the speaker to feel the vibrations.
Keian played the piano with individual fingers stretching up to the high notes and down to the low. Stanley stamped and danced in time with the music, Jack strummed the gui-tar in time for the whole of the song, Noah explored every instrument happily today and Henry had a lot of fun and was very focused throughout.
Our new caterers Coombes Catering Partnership have cooked some lovely food for the pupils and have overcome difficult access on the building site to make sure they can use the new kitchen ensuring the food is fresh and well prepared - and I would like to thank them for such flexibility and commitment.
In case you missed my message last week about the building… many of you will be wondering what is happening with the new secondary site on Barwell Lane.
Unfortunately we still have a delay to our open-ing of the new build but have been able to ensure the catering kitchen is in place to provide some lovely meals for all our pupils.
We are hoping to move the first 4 classes to the new building at the end of Sep-tember and then the rest of upper school after the half term break.Imaginative writing - An extensive collection of teaching resources for KS3 English writing, including letters, stories, autobiography & persuasive writing.
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