The weather has not dampened our spirits here at Brighstone Primary School this week. Our intrepid explorers in Year 2 ventured to Portsmouth to explore the historic dockyard. I have received such wonderful feedback from so many of the children I think I may need to take a trip across the water myself in Half Term!
I have also had many conversations with children this week regarding the challenges that they have set themselves. Some have eaten carrots (even though they do not really like them), others have kept their bedroom tidy (or so they have told me!), many of our pupils have stretched themselves in Literacy and Numeracy and realised that if they believe they can achieve and others are still striving to complete their challenge.
Mr Evans discussed the Year 4 and Year 6 residential trip activities with the children this week and they democratically chose what they would like to do. They discussed the need for courage to take part in some of the activities and recognised that they could ask God for support as well as call on their friends, family and staff. They will have a wonderful time and many have started to count the days already!
Have a wonderful weekend.