Harry’s Day

18th June is Harry’s Day and pupils at Harlescott have been raising money for the Harry Johnson Trust by baking gingerbread men.

The Harry Johnson Trust was established in November 2014 following the death of seven year old Harry in July of that year. Harry died following a nine month fight with Double Hit Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. He was taught by TMBSS whilst he was in hospital.

The trust offers help and support to children and teenagers who receive care from the Oncology Team at The Princess Royal Hospital in Shropshire.

Pick up the pieces!

Pupils at Harlescott have been combining work in Science , Art and History to make some mosaics. We mixed cement, sand, and water to make concrete and used a variety of rocks to create mosaics. Some of the resources were provided by the British Ironworks Centre as part of their competition.

Computing History

Pupils at Harlescott have been learning about how computers have changed over the years. We looked at screenshots of different games and the devices they were played on. We put pictures in order to make a timeline and were able to try some of them out!

There’s no ‘I’ in team!

Children at Monkmoor have been focusing on teamwork as they have tackled a range of challenges.  After each challenge the children were helped to reflect on how they could have improved their teamwork.  All scores have been recorded and next week the children hope to beat their scores through improvement in mutual support, communication and leadership.

Land of the giants

Children at Harlescott have been having lots of fun our new giant outdoor wooden games at break time. These were purchased with our fund raising money, so thank you to everyone who has donated!