Reuse and Recycle Competition Outcome:
You are yet again one of our winners! Congratulations! Your school did extremely well at collecting electricals and we will be arranging to drop a tablet off at your school.
Not only did you win one of our tablets but you were one of the top performing schools so we will be making a special commendation to you in our press story.
Well done to all of the children who helped to achieve this. We calculated the result using the amount of electricals collected and the amount of pupils involved in the campaign. Your score was 1.32 items per child which is a fantastic result!
Education Officer (Wakefield)
Keep Britain Tidy
More great feedback from The Learning Zone at Wakefield Wildcats! Well done Class Five!
I just wanted to let you know, your children were good today in the Learning Zone. They completed The "Belle Vue Egg Challenge" with great enthusiasm! The children worked in groups of three and four, to design and make a "Transportational Device". They then used their "Transportational Device" to get an egg from the second floor balcony to the ground safely. All three of the groups succeeded in getting their eggs down in one piece and without any cracks! All the children worked extremely well using great teamwork skills.
Kind words from the Learning Zone team for a group of pupils from Class Five who are attending team building workshops.
Today’s session started with an introduction to the Wildcats and the Wildcats Learning Zone.Things didn't go according to plan. When it was time to go out and have a stadium tour, the weather threw everything at us. We had hail, rain, thunder and lightning. All the walkways around the stadium were flooded!! Unfortunately, we only got to look at the stadium from the Learning Zone Balcony. But the children took everything in their stride and we did the "Speed Stacker" cup challenge instead. Hopefully the weather will be better in the coming weeks (fingers crossed with our lovely English weather!) and we will be able to do the stadium tour another week. I have attached some photos of the children at the Learning Zone today.
Next week the children will take on the "Belle Vue Egg Challenge". The children will work in small teams to design, make and use a "Transportational Device", to transport an egg (a really egg, un-cooked!) safely from the second floor balcony to the ground without any cracks!
Jack and I are looking forward to welcoming the children back into the Learning Zone next Tuesday.