Match Review by Roving Sports Reporter, William Rogers, Year 6 On Wednesday 27th September, the Year 7 and 8 boys (and me, Will Rogers, from Year 6) played an extremely tough game of football against Oakgrove School. None of us had played together as a team before but we showed great ability in attack against a team who showed awesome techniques and skills in all areas.
Anyway, back to us. Mr Small was thrilled with how we played on the battlefield. Although we were defeated, we showed great skills in attack, defence and teamwork, especially in the second half when Haseeb saved some awesome shots that were on target. Although eight goals were conceded, it could have been so much worse, so well done Hasseeb and our defenders.
The stand out player of the match in my opinion was Elliot Balchin-Love (Year 8) in attack, closely followed by Oliver Hayward (Year 7), also an attacker. The final score was 8-0 to Oakgrove. Well done Webber! What have you done today to make YOU feel proud? (Thank you to Saule in Year 7 who helped with the commentary.)
Monday 25th June 2018 STEAM Week Review by Mr Matthew Paris
Last week all of our students form Reception class to Year 10 celebrated and investigated Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics through visits, guest speakers and scientific investigations (CREST), during the School's STEAM week. The Early Years students investigated ‘brilliant
bubbles’, friction and went on a Rainbow Walk.Students from both the Prep and Senior school visited Wolverton’s
state-of-the-art recycling and energy recovery centre and learnt about what we
should recycle and what happens to all the rubbish that used to go to
landfill.These students also followed a
CREST program investigating such topics as ‘the properties of chocolate’ and
‘harvesting and conserving water’ and successfully created some creative
solutions to the problems posed to them. On Thursday every student in the school got to spend time
with the RS STEM Ambassadors onboard Titan.If you have not heard about this, Titan is a big r…