How many jelly beans

This has been the final week of fixtures for the Form 6 children and what a week it has been!

We've had National Finals for gymnastics and netball, as well as rugby matches for the boys and a netball tournament and swimming gala for the girls. The final sports event of the term will be our Inter-House Rugby and Netball, which the children are already very excited about. Next term, we move to cricket and athletics.
We have had so much to celebrate this week, in and out of school, from hockey tournaments and birthdays, to winning medals at National Finals. Huge congratulations to our two gymnasts who competed at the BSGA National Milano Team Finals on Saturday. In the U11 Boys competition, the South East Team came third and the overall winning region for all the U11 categories (Boys, Mixed and Girls) was also the South East Region. 
This week the children also had their Easter Egg hunt, which is always one of their favourite RHPA events. Thank you to the RHPA for making it such a brilliant event. 
At the end of last week, Form 6 read a book called How many jelly beans, in maths. They performed calculations based around this book before using it as inspiration to measure the heights of world landmarks using jelly beans! Did you know that the shard is 15,500 jelly beans tall? The pictures show how much fun the children have been having in their maths lessons.
Mrs Carn was blown away in Tuesday's science lesson with the amazing musical instruments Form 6 made as part of their learning about sound and hearing. Here are just some of the musical instruments that the children made.
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