Yesterday evening, the Choir performed at the 02 as part of a choir of 8189 children! After learning 12 songs, they performed in front of an audience of 10,000 people. The children were absolutely brilliant, singing with great gusto and energy. Well done, Choir!
Choir children visited residents in Greenhive Care Home today. They sang to the residents and then did colouring in activities with them. The children were fantastic – they were warm and friendly to the residents and they sang with so much energy that some of the residents joined in with the actions. Well done Choir!
We woke up to a beautiful bright day today. The mist hung in the air and the sunrise gave the sky a lovely orange glow… a nice change from the grey drizzle of the past few days.
For those of us hiking (ambling) over the fields to Oldbury Dairy Farm, the mud slightly got the better of us (cue 10 minutes of trying to wrench wellies out and ending up almost face-first in it..) but we had a great time feeding calves and watching the cows be milked by ‘The Robot’.
Our last full day was rounded off with an array of exciting activities, from bread making to birdwatching, ending with fantastic storytelling and hot apple juice in the Wick Court round house.
Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow!
Day 3 at Wick Court Farm and we’ve JUST about managed to get enough internet signal to send a few pictures back from our little corner of Gloucestershire to you all at home…
The journey went smoothly and soon we were passing through idyllic villages and hearing excited squeals at each new sighting of farmyard animals…
Happy New Year Geographers!
Our Digimap For Schools password has changed. Our new login is:
Click on the link, enter the username and password and you’re ready to go! You can use these maps to find out more about the geography of your area. You can plot routes, find the area of a location, find aerial photos … you can even see what the map looked like in 1950 and 1890! Did your street exist in 1890? Use Digimap For Schools to find out!