Over the last few weeks, some children in school have set themselves challenges. These have included card tricks, feats of memory and juggling. As a result, we have decided to set up the Scotholme Book Of Records (similar to the Guinness Book Of Records). To be published over the half term holiday (February 13th - 21st), the first edition should open the doors to more amazing attempts to astound from our children. If you're feeling like breaking some records, get practising and think about our 5 Learning Habits and how you can show them in your record attempt (Collaboration, Curiosity, Discipline, Imagination and Resilience)!
Click here to go to the Curiosity page and investigate some more of Escher's amazing drawings.
If you've ever read Elmer, then you might know what an elephant parade is. If you haven't, look at the amazing photos and you'll see one! The parade needs to be seen to be believed - each class was challenged to build an elephant and after a lot of resilience, collaboration, discipline, imagination and curiosity, here they all are! Come back soon for more information about the elephants and look out for them in new homes in September!
Well done for those of you who guessed correctly but I don't think you really anticipated this! Wait until you get to go on it!
Thanks to QualitiConversions for their amazing work!
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