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Chelsea & Westminster


footieThis half term with have been using football to help promote the values of trust, respect, inclusion, equity and team work while helping students to acquire and develop a variety of football skills. PE takes place each and every Thursday at Chelsea Sports Centre and it can get quite competitive at times but the most important thing is the taking part.  Students and teachers take part in mini games such as penalty shoot outs before we play a match usually 4 versus 4 which is always great fun!

A spell to banish winter!

Pupils at Chelsea and Westminster have been working over the past 3 weeks with Ignite, a group of musicians from Wigmore Hall, to create an original composition inspired by “The Rites of Spring” by Stravinsky. First they created a spell to banish the winter and to welcome in the spring. Then, with the musicians, they used the rhythms of the words to create their new piece of music, which they performed at a concert in the chapel at Chelsea and Westminster to an audience of pupils from Collingham, staff and parents.

Lia's Ulcerative Colitus poster

Lia Main thumbLast term a secondary student at C&W, Lia, set out to complete a visual and informative piece about the inflammatory bowel disease, Ulcerative Colitus. Lia started in the morning and worked right through lunch and by the end of the day she had completed this creative and extremely useful poster.

Equivalent Fractions

Tilly (11) and James (8) have been learning about equivalent fractions.

This is them in action!

Maths Crew

Equivalent Fractions have the same value, even though they may look different.

These fractions are really the same:

1     2     4
/  =  /  =  /
2     4     8

Why are they the same? Because when you multiply or divide both the top and bottom by the same number, the fraction keeps it's value.

The rule to remember is:

What you do to the top of the fraction
you must also do to the bottom of the fraction !

So, here is why those fractions are really the same:

  × 2   × 2  
1 = 2 = 4
/ / /
2 4 8
  × 2   × 2  
And visually it looks like this:

1/2   2/4   4/8
= =

Save The World

save the world smallAlfie in the primary classroom at CW has been doing some fantastic work in his Geography lessons all about water.
Read his comments and look at his fantastic poster!

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