We thoroughly enjoyed a visit from Simeon Wood and his Flute Emporium today in school. Simeon is a talented musician and had us all enthralled with his flute playing. Not only this, but he kept us entertained by playing a variety of handmade instruments!
Mrs Cowling's Quiz
How good at listening to adults in school are you? Would you recognise some of the phrases they say?
Who says ...and now with the answers!
" Woof, woof, kerching, oh yeh!" - MRS HANDSLIP
"Quick-sticks!" - MRS WEST
"If you've got nothing nice to say then don't say anything at all!" - MRS CAIRNS
"Come in! Come in!" - MRS COWLING
"Stop patting me, I'm not a dog!" - MRS COUPLAND
"Good morning, Bishop Monkton Primary School." - MRS WORTHINGTON
"You're being a narna!" - MRS FILIPPI
"Please just try it, everyone is trying it today." - MRS GRAHAM
"Super-duper!" - MRS COUPLAND
Mrs Cowling's Quiz - ready for the answers?
1. Ms Tobin
2. Mrs di Silvestro
3. Mrs Filippi
4. Mrs Hartley
5. Mrs Coupland
6. Mrs Cairns
7. Ms Riddler
8. Mrs West
9. Mrs MacDonald
10. Mrs Cowling
11. Mrs Handslip
12. Mrs Claughton
How well did you do?
Mrs Cowling's Quiz
How well do you know your teachers? Would you recognise them when they were at primary school?
Take a look and see how many faces you can guess....
Answers next week!
Wednesday 25/03/2020 - Kelly Kettle
Mrs Handslip brought her Kelly Kettle today. The children learnt how it is used, to heat water. Sticks were collected to keep the fire alight, and yummy hot chocolate made.....Mmmmmm
Wednesday 25/03/2020 - Rainbow for Bishop Monkton.....
Today the children made a rainbow for Bishop Monkton residents, to see as they pass the school. We hope it brings a smile to everyone during this difficult time!
September 24th - Cycle day
Unfortunately, the weather played a big part in us not being able to do our whole event. However, teachers had planned some great activities for the day including; design a world championship t-shirt, acrostic poetry, baking “wheel” biscuits for the whole school. The children estimated how many miles the whole school would complete during the time trial. Mrs Langham and Mrs MacDonald, braved the weather in the afternoon and took the children out to complete laps of the playground. Each class gave out prizes for different activities. All in all a great day.