Over the past couple of weeks, Y6 have been busy sewing sock monkeys for their Foundation Stage buddies for Christmas!
On Tuesday we took two teams to Threemilestone School for a final league match and friendly of the term. Both teams were full of enthusiasm and effort and we were delighted to come away with wins for both teams. Our league match ended 3-1 with Callum (2) and Levan scoring the goals, whilst Oscar scored the only goal of an entertaining friendly match.
Well done to everyone involved – our next match will be at St Agnes in mid-January.
Last Tuesday, two teams travelled to St Mary’s C of E School to play a league match and a friendly match. Both matches brought end-to-end excitement in muddy conditions and all our players had great fun. Despite having countless chances, our league team found the opposition goalkeeper in inspired form, resulting in a 2-2 draw. In our friendly match, our less experienced side battled well against a strong team and narrowly lost 1-0.
Our next matches will take place at Threemilestone School this Tuesday.
This week, thirteen enthusiastic pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 went to play their first ever competitive netball match against Polwhele School. Despite losing both our games Bosvigo showed great team spirit. They tried their best, worked well together, practised their defending and had lots of fun! At the end they were rewarded with a well-deserved muffin and a drink! Well done to all the players.
We were very excited to welcome ‘West End in Schools’ into Bosvigo on Thursday 4th November. They spent the day running workshops for Lower Key Stage Two and Upper Key Stage Two; bringing stories alive through dance and drama.
This experience allowed the children to be inspired by real life musical theatre actors but also immersed the children in stories. This term, in their English, the children in Lower Key Stage Two are looking at the defeating the monster story Little Red Riding Hood and their workshop enabled them to meet another famous female character – Alice in Wonderland, as well as all her colourful and slightly bonkers friends!
Lower Key Stage Two were recently treated to a visit by a Roman legionary soldier. It was AD 128 and Hadrian’s Wall had just been completed. This was the northern most part of the Roman Empire, a place where no Roman soldier wanted to be. The children found out what life was like for a member of the Legion and what impact invasion had on Britannia. The children were also challenged to complete timelines relating to Roman times in Britain, code cracking using Roman Numerals and how to play Roman card games! The day was completed with a battle complete with shields and javelins!
After almost two years without school football matches, it was fantastic to travel to one of our neighbouring schools for a league game and a friendly game today.
We played two matches against Deborah School and came out on top in both. Our Year 6 team went a goal down in the first minute, but created chance after chance to win 3-2, whilst our Year 5 team won their game 4-2.
Both teams supported one another enthusiastically and can look forward to their next games with confidence after two good team performances.
Foundation Stage braved the heat to take part in Bosvigo’s Rainbow Run day in aid of Little Harbour – Children’s Hospice South West. All the children came to school dressed in brightly-coloured clothes to take part in our Rainbow Hoop-a-thon!