Over the last few weeks we have presented and voted for who we want our crew to be named after. After a very close vote we finally made our decision and we chose this inspirational person as they follow all the character traits, for example courage and compassion because she raised over 1.8 million pounds for her charity to help others who are fighting through this terrible illness. Her family have continued to raise money to help fight cancer, with the amount now over 10 million pounds raised. This is through the family carrying on her legacy and now so shall we. This is why we chose Jane Tomlinson.
Thanks Emily for the great suggestion and beautiful presentation!
With the lovely weather we decided to complete our crew retrieval outside in the sun. All members of crew practised their speech ready for their POL next week. They also grappled with a literacy device sort. Crew had to remember the definitions for literacy devices and also communicate with each other to match them up. Well done crew, great session!
In crew earlier this week we were recalling the students knowledge on solids, liquids and gases. The students had to talk constantly for a minute to each other, without hesitating and giving descriptions of the differences and how the particles moved. Some great attempts which will help embed your knowledge!
This morning in Crew Burnitt the students started presenting their ideas for who our crew should be named after. The two presentations so far have shown the students have researched the influential person, explaining the character traits they have portrayed and why they want crew to share their name. We cannot wait for the rest of crew to present tomorrow so we can vote.
A reminder that the X25 (Year 7) celebration of learning is this Wednesday evening, 19th December from 5.30pm until around 7.00pm.
It is important that every student has someone from their family at this event as it helps to provide an authentic audience for their work in what will be a great celebration of their efforts in their very first learning expeditions at XP.
Students are asked to dress smartly as this is a formal occasion. Students can bring a change of clothes or can choose to attend in smart clothes for the whole day.
Student must stay in school between 3.15pm and the start of the celebration of learning. They will be given some time to relax after school and before the last rehearsals, so they can bring a pack up tea if they choose.
With SLC’s well underway as Crew we wanted to see a model of how an SLC may look and feel. Two members of Crew King kindly came this morning where Bobby modelled his SLC to the crew with Bella asking common questions that a parent/carer may ask. This was brilliant support as their experience and tips will help Crew Burnitt to be more prepared for their SLC and now have an understanding of what an SLC looks like. Thanks Bobby and Bella!
Crew Burnitt really want to thank Crew Bronte for coming into crew this morning to help with our SLC scripts. Crew Burnitt received some 1:1 critique on their scripts and tips for organisation which they can use to help be prepared for their up and coming SLC’s. Thanks Crew Bronte for your support.
This morning Crew CBU and Crew CNE spent their crew activity time in the sports hall. Emily from Crew CBU showed great courage by leading the crew session. The students participated in different basketball drills and then a couple of games. They thoroughly enjoyed crew, which was just what they needed after working exceptionally hard in crew over the last few weeks preparing for their SLC’s which are commencing this week. Thanks for a great crew session Emily.
This morning we contributed to keeping the school environment clean by picking up litter within the school grounds. Crew CBU spoke about leaving no trace and making sure any area is the same or better after we have left. Great enthusiasm by all members of the crew!