Team Morpurgo Activities


As part of Maths week this week, we have enjoyed taking part in some interactive maths problems. We had to work in teams to solve some really tricky problems that really got us thinking! ????

World Mental Health Day

We started some posters aimed at KS1 children on how to make meaningful connections. When you have someone special to talk to and share your troubles it makes a massive difference to your mental health.


In design technology, we have been investigating mechanical systems. We have built various construction kits that incorporate gear or pulley systems and used observational drawings to evaluate the product and detail which mechanical processes have been used.


We have been conducting experiments for Science on how age affects eyesight over time today. We simulated the aging process by using distance as a factor.

Meet Team Morpurgo

We had a lovely first day in the new Team Morpurgo! Everyone has settled in really well and enjoyed a day of fun activities and having fun in the sun.

Introducing Team Morpurgo’s School Councillors

Introducing Team Morpurgo School Councillors! The children wrote their own manifesto in order to win the votes of their classmates. The children did really well and I was very impressed at how well written they were and how confident the children were when speaking.
After listening to all of the manifestos, children then had to vote for one boy and one girl to be school councillor. The boy and girl with the most votes won the position of school councillor whilst the boy and girl with the second most votes won the position of vice councillor.
Well done to everyone for taking part and for congratulating your winners. I’m sure they will do a great job!






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