As you may know, the Easter Egg-stravaganza is next week (Thursday 6th April). Today, people are wearing non-uniform and brought in chocolate to donate. Looking at the amount of chocolate that was brought in, it looks like a lot of people want to support the Easter Egg-Stravaganza!
The Easter Egg-Stravaganza is on Thursday afternoon and we will be allowed to play the games that have been set up to win the chocolate. There is a wide variety of fun games for all students and the afternoon will be packed full of fun!
Also, there is an Easter egg competition, this is when you can design and bring in a decorated egg for a chance to win more chocolate!
Last year, there were Ant and Degg’s Saturday Night Takeaway egg, a lamb egg, Humpty Dumpty, The Three Little Pigs and many more.
By Amy S, 6C
This morning, we held an assembly that all the mums could attend if their child was in Years 5 or 6. Here is an extract from what we got told about where and when the origins of Mother’s Day came from:
“Mother’s day originates from when people visited their mother church. They would also pay more respect to their mother’s on that day. Mother’s day is always on the fourth Sunday in lent and this year it is held on 26th March.”
Do you help your mum on Mother’s Day? Could you make her breakfast in bed or take her out somewhere? If so, she will love it! Sometimes you don’t need to buy big presents; it’s the little things that count, like if you make her a homemade card instead of a bought one.
By Amy Sparham, 6C
World Book Day is an event held in March each year. It is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and of course reading! This year is the 20th anniversary of World Book Day and children all around the world will dress up as their favourite children’s book character to celebrate.
Lots of staff and students took part this year; here is a photo of the students who won the fancy dress competition!
Lexie, Amy & Grace, 6C
SuperTruck (2016) is a game developed by Landfall Games and is a mash-up between two of their other games: SuperHot and ClusterTruck (both 2016).
SuperTruck combines the mechanics of the two aforementioned games. You start off on top of a truck at the back of a queue, and the trucks band together, You have to jump from truck to truck until you reach the goal. However, two SuperHot elements are added in; the trucks are all red, and time moves only when you move.
Altogether I thought this was a really interesting game to play, though unfortunately it is no longer being updated, as Landfall Games are working on other projects and have probably forgotten about this game!
By Alex Harrison, 7S
Following the success of Chantry’s Book Fair, we asked some of our peers what their favourite books were. We even asked some teachers; These are the results:
- Lexi-Roald Dahl books
- Grace- ‘Girl Online’- Zoella
- Evie- The ‘Dork Diaries’ series- Rachel Ranee Russel
- Amber-’The Series of Unfortunate Events’- Lemony Snicket
- Harry- ‘Harry Potter and the half blood blood prince’- J.K Rowling
- Eva- ‘Percy Jackson’ series- Rick Riordan
- Ruby- ‘Harry Potter and the cursed child’/’fantastic beasts and where to find them’-J.K Rowling
- Georgia: All ‘Harry Potter’ books- J.K Rowling
- Naomi-’Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’- J.K Rowling
- Hermione- ‘Midnight Gang’- David Walliams
- Amy- ‘Girl Online’-Zoella
- Miss Falkingham-’Rebecca’ – Daphne Du Maurier
- Mr Skinner-’Cider House Rules’- John Irving
We also asked students and teachers which books they prefered out of David Walliams, J. K. Rowling, Roald Dahl and Zoella books. Here are the results from our poll:
As you can see, lots of people like David Walliams. We were disappointed as we both chose J.K Rowling!
Georgia and Naomi, 6G
Hello Neighbour is a stealth game where you break into your neighbour’s house and try to find out what is in his basement!
Click ‘continue reading’ to read the review.
After having lunch, we started to wonder what foods other students and our teachers enjoyed eating. Here are some of the replies that we got:
- Megan 6G – Jaffa cakes
- Sophie 5I – Strawberries
- Mrs Megwa – Chinese food
- Mr Reilly – Chicken curry
- William 6G – Chocolate muffin
- Alfie 6C and Mr Storey – Curry
- Hermione said loudly “CHOCOLATE!”
- Miss Falkingham and Lexie 6C – Pizza
- Amy 6C – crème-eggs
- Miss McDonnell- Pesto with new potatoes
Looks like there are not many of us who are very healthy- haha!
Amy and Lexie, 6C
The book fair is coming to Chantry; it starts on Monday 23rd January and is on until Friday 28th January.
Bring money so you can buy books from the wide selection and different types of stationery (rubbers, pens and pencils).
Everyone should have received a leaflet to see what books you can buy and how much they cost from their form tutor. You can also visit the book fair website: www.travellingbooks.co.uk and see what other books there are coming to your library.
Amy and Lexie, 6C
It’s time for a new start,
A fresh slate, a new chapter,
New feelings, meeting new people,
Although but not everything is new…
The snow starts falling, then the plants start sprouting, the babies are born, then they start growing,
The sun is still shining, and the moon is still glowing,
The leaves start to fall and the frost starts to climb over the grass,
Until finally, it’s winter again…
Ella and Grace, 6C
Hair dressing /bracelet making. This is a club were you can learn how to make braids and learn to do different hair styles. 12:30 till 13:00 go on first sitting in Mr Shaw’s room.
Arts club. A club were you learn how to draw different things each week. 12:30 till 13:00 go on first sitting and meet in Mr Rielly’s room (bring a pencil).
Art and drawing. You can draw and learn different ways to draw. 12:30 till 13:00. Bring a pencil and go on first sitting. Meet in Mr Shaw’s room.
Newspaper club. Write articles for Chantry Chat and be part of the team. For all years go on first sitting and meet in ICT 2 12:30 till 13:00.
Chess. Learn to play with a friend and improve your skills. 12:30 till 13:00 meet in Mr Hutchinson’s room and go on first sitting.
Amy & Lexie, 6C