News - Goodwyn School

Our Annual Pancake Race

Such fun this week for the teachers and children alike at our annual Pancake Race đŸ„ž. As Shrove Tuesday fell during our half-term break this year, we couldn’t possibly miss out on one of favourite Goodwyn traditions. Well done to

Dancing for Saracens Women

What a fantastic opportunity for some of our children who danced at StoneX Stadium today for Saracens Women. They danced ‘The Duel Performance’ at half-time. The rain didn’t stop them, well done girls!

Creating Algorithms

In computing lessons, UKG (yr1) have been learning about algorithms. This included the importance and skill of following instructions. They then created their own algorithm for a friend to follow.  

Nursery Visited the Sorting Office

Our Nursery enjoyed visiting the local sorting office last week as they continued their topic about ‘Everyday Heroes’. The children created a piece of work which they wanted to send home in a stamped envelope. They walked down to the

The Stone Age

In History, Lower Remove (Yr3) have been learning about the Stone Age and have created these fantastic pictures! Well done Lower Remove!    

Theseus and Minotaur

Transition MR (Yr2) have been learning the story of Theseus and Minotaur. They made their own storyboards retelling this famous Greek myth. Great work Transition MR!  

Forensic Adventures in Prep!

Thrilling forensic adventures in Prep (Yr6) as young investigators dive into the world of crime-solving! From chromatography to acidity testing, investigating insulation to absorbency, these budding forensic scientists are on a mission to crack the case at solving the crime

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back Goodwyn to Term 2! We are delighted to welcome you all back and hope you had a wonderful winter break! We have a busy and fun term ahead, so let’s get started and see what exciting things 2024 bring!

Carol Singing

Earlier this week, our school choir had a lovely morning at the Retail Trust singing some of their Christmas songs. Their entertainment was appreciated by all the residents. Children across the school had a great time yesterday carol singing on

Practising rhythm in Lower Remove

Lower Remove ( Yr3) used crotchets, quavers and semi quavers to make their own rhythms. They then performed them for each other as a great way to understand rhythm and pattern. Some created simple rhythms and some got very complicated!