Here are some fun challenges to try during the summer holidays.
Any one can do them, but if you have a Children’s University Passport to Learning you can earn credits too. Just take photos of you doing the activity, or keep a scrapbook, and show them to Mr Wickens in September to earn your stamps.
Don’t forget to sign up at your local library for the Space Race summer reading challenge- if you read 6 library books during the summer you earn a medal and can claim 6 hours in your Passport
Today, six of us took a trip to the University of East Anglia. We went to attend a very special Children’s University Graduation; it was special because all of us have completed more than 100 hours of extra-learning and have got over 100 stamps in our Passport to Learning!
We arrived at 9.30am and put our beautiful blue caps and gowns on. Then we took part in a ceremony that featured students telling us why university is so amazing, and a special Mad Science show from Dr DNA which was lots of fun! We all went up and collected our certificates and got a big clap. After that, we went out side and threw our hats in the air!
After lunch, we went on a tour of and got to see lots of cool parts of the campus- including the Avengers HQ!
We want to say a big thank you to ESE Direct, our friends and suppliers of industrial equipment, who are based just around the corner in Northumberland Street. In the summer term, they very kindly donated to Wensum Junior a whiteboard on wheels, which we’ve been making great use of in our assembly hall.
Here you can see some Year 3s who were pleased to discover that the board had been covered in Numicon as part of a maths project.
This afternoon 9 of us left Wensum at lunchtime in taxis, and were whisked down to Carrow Road (home of Norwich City FC) to take part in a special graduation ceremony! We were there because we had all been busy filling our Children’s University passports with extra learning. When we arrived we put on our special blue graduation outfits and then sat down to learn and have fun with Dr Ken who made us take part in some funny science experiments. After, we then went up one at a time to receive our special certificates, which told us how many hours of extra learning we had done through the Children’s University.
Well done to all of you that graduated today- we’re so proud!
This year, Yr 5 have volunteered to decorate a tree for the Christmas tree festival. 8 year 5 pupils walked to the church this morning with Ms McConnell and Miss Metcalf and decorated the tree with the decorations the children had made. They even managed to grab a hot chocolate afterwards.
We were thrilled that 9 of our Children’s University passport holders were invited to attend a graduation ceremony at Carrow Road [home of Norwich City Football Club!] this morning.
Once they had put on their super smart graduation outfits [their caps and gowns] they were then treated to a special foresnic science session. As soon as this was finished they were whisked away to the ceremony itself, where they were presented with special certificates for completing over 30 hours of learning outside of school. Amazing!
Well done Pippa, Jem, Ella, Jack, Lani, Chloe, Billy, Eva and Malachi- we’re all extremely proud of you!
We’re really proud of Jack, Eva, Ellie, Billy and Pippa who took part in their first ever Children’s University Graduation ceremony this morning.
Not put off by the soggy weather, we all arrived at the Millenium Library at 10am. First we were treated to a Mad Science show- Pippa was brave enough to have static electricity passed through her body twice! Once the show was finished, our 5 graduates put on their caps and gowns and took part in a certificate giving ceremony. We then finished with a celebratory hat throwing!
Well done to you all for being Wensum Junior’s first graduates. We’re sure that we will have lots more when we are ready to graduate in the Autumn term.