This week in Eagles class we had a TAG Rugby competition where 6 of us took part in the competition. We came last unfortunately but most teams had players that played for an actual Rugby team and we only had one player that plays for a Rugby team. So therefore we did very well as everybody put 100% in to every game
This week was our harvest festival and everybody contributed a lot of food to give to the Padley centre such as soup, sauce and pasta. In Mrs Bell's raised beds over the summer holidays she grew a gigantic sunflower, carrots, tomatoes, green beans and three small pumpkins and two massive ones. In Eagles we learnt about fair trade and made t-shirts that we designed and at the staff meeting the teachers chose their four favourites to decide who won and the four winners got to put their design on a t-shirt so that they could wear them in Collective Worship. We also played a game called the Banana Split game where we negotiated how much of the 30p that a banana costs to buy goes to each group of people who produce it. Everybody came to a conclusion that everyone should have 6p each which we thought was the fairest way to split the money from the banana but this doesn't happen if you don't buy Fairtrade goods.