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Year 1 found a spaceship in their classroom!

 

On Monday 5th November, the Year 1 children came into school to find a spaceship had crash landed in the classroom! We did some investigating around the class and found lots of photographs of famous astronauts, and pictures of planets. We read books that we found scattered around and watched videos that had been put on the iPads. We explored some bright blue slime and built rockets from Lego based on some images which we found on a table and we also discovered some sparkly Space dust! After some time, we came to the conclusion that this must mean our new topic for this term will be “ZOOM!”: a topic based on Space. We´ve been told the police and special scientists are still investigating the spaceship crash landing and they will let us know if they find anything out or hear anything about aliens on Earth!





Year 1 Superhero Day

Year 1 Superhero Day
At the end of October, Year 1 enjoyed a fabulous Superhero Day where children and adults came to school in costumes! There was a wide variety of heroic icons represented - from courageous characters such a Spiderman and Batman, to the everyday vocational heroes like doctors, nurses and Police. Throughout the day, children enjoyed a range of activities including a “Superhero Training Camp” as well as team building and problem solving challenges. 
All proceeds on the day went towards Cruz Roja.




HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION AND OPERATION WALLACEA FUNDRAISER

King’s College La Moraleja are celebrating Halloween this Wednesday 31st in style with staff and students invited to show off their best and fanciest Halloween costumes. The students going to Madagascar for Operation Wallacea in July 2019 have organised and are running a fantastic array of events to fundraise for their trip, including a coconut shy, penalty shootout, basketball free throws, raffle draw, face painting and henna and a Halloween cinema!




Bebras Computing Challenge

The Bebras Computing Challenge introduces computational thinking to students. It is organised in 50 countries and is designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. It runs online every November for two weeks. In 2017 over 140,000 students took part in the UK alone!

The competition is open to all students from the Year 2 upwards. The top achieving students in the four oldest age groups will be invited to attend a final round in the new year. This will take place in Hertford College and the Computer labs at Oxford University. The top 10% of students in these age groups will also be invited to enter the TCS Oxford Computing Challenge in March.





Year 9 GCSE options evening 7th of November

On Monday the 7th of November we are holding an options evening for our Year 9 students and parents to help them decide what GCSE´S they want to do. This will include:
  • An introduction given by Nigel Fossey
  • An overview of all subjects
  • Meeting subject teachers and Head of Departments
  • The opportunity to ask questions
 
 This will take place in the hall at 5pm




Hello Yellow Day

We are delighted with the donations that the students and staff have raised for two amazing charities, Young Minds and Fundacion Anar on #HellowYellowDay