Frankie M produced a smashing first draft of his body part poem and today X25 Admiral gave him some critique.
We used the lesson to model how to use rubrics effectively and the quality of the feedback from the students was stunning.
The following students are involved with C24 & C25 Rugby fixtures versus Hall Cross School on Wednesday 7th November. The game will be played at Hall Cross Lower School Site.
Students need to inform Mr Walker as to whether or not they are available to play.
Both teams will train the day before, on Tuesday 6th November, to prepare for the game. It is important that students can attend both.
Last week out X25 Spanish students were introduced to items of stationery that might be found in their bag or pencil case…..in the unlikely event that they would need to borrow an item. They will now be able to ask for it in Spanish. Here they are completing a Tarsia word wheel puzzle to practise this new vocabulary. Some had eight pieces to match up, and others had a more challenging puzzle with twelve pieces to locate in the correct place. Bravo!
With there being no fixtures now until after half term there will be no Rugby or Football training on Monday 15th Oct and Thursday 18th Oct respectively.
Rugby training will resume on the first Tuesday back after half term before a game versus Hall Cross on Wednesday 8th Nov for year 7 and 8 – more details to follow.
Football training will be shelved for boys until after Christmas as the league fixtures are now delayed until it is light enough again to play them after school. Basketball club will begin on Mondays after school in its place.
I will post full after school club info for next half term later this week.
There has been a change in the arrangements for Wednesday’s football fixture. Conisbrough are unable to field a Y7 team so we will only be taking a Y8 team. Y7 should attend training on Thursday as usual.
The Y8 team will be the same as last week;
Please tick you name on the board to confirm availability. We should return between 5:30 and 6.
Well done to all students who represented XP in last week’s Rugby and Football fixtures… you can find a few action shots by clicking here…
Next week we have boys C24 and C25 boys football fixtures on Wednesday 10th October – both away at Consisbrough De Warenne. I will put the names of the students involved on the PE notice board so they can tick their name and confirm availability as they did in the week just gone.
For those parents wanting to attend the Rugby fixture tonight the address is Sheffield Tigers RUFC S17 3AB. We will be setting off asap after school ends and so hope to get there just after 4 – traffic permitting. Once we are there we don’t have any allocated kick-off times but we will be playing any time from then… hope this helps. I will ask students to keep you updated on approximate return time.
Thank you to the students for an outstanding turn-out once again for football training.
Here are the names of the students involved with our fixture against Thorne on Wednesday 3rd October; Return time approx 5:30-6.
The Girls team to play against Hall Cross at home on Thursday is; Finish time approx 4:30.
All students need to bring their own boots (Girls are playing on astro), shin-pads, football socks and shorts. They should bring a warm top to wear as I will lend football shirt but need them back after the game. Please confirm availability for the game by ticking your name on the fixtures board in PE.
A reminder that there is a meeting tomorrow for all families of C24 Year 7 students about their trip to Ullswater at the start of Year 8 in August.
This meeting will take place at XP School at 6pm, if required please park in Car Park 3 and fill in your car registration on the sign in sheet when you arrive and we can pass that on to the Rovers.
Also it would be great if you were able to bring the £10 kit deposit to that meeting too.
This term we are looking at the efficiency of energy transfers as part of our expedition “Where is away?”. An important part of this is being able to work out and interpret efficiency when expressed as a percentage.
All Year 7 students have been set 3 MyMaths exercises as a baseline to test their knowledge of working out percentages of amounts.
If students are stuck they can:
The deadline is Monday evening at 8pm.