Congratulations to Fin W, Meadow and Freddie who all received the school’s top ranking of a 5 star athletic award in assembly today.
Also well done to Louis and Maddie are now fully trained on the SAFE Internet course and were awarded their certificates.
Freddie has also received a certificate from Hertfordshire County Council for 100% attendance over the whole year.
Well done everybody.
A Lamborghini Aventador breaking the speed limit,
A parallel universe made out of floating water glistening in the light,
A pasta tree which is five centimetres and you eat whole,
A crushed up carrot in a delicious carrot cake,
A tennis ball hit and signed by Andy Murray in the Wimbledon finals,
I am Ironman’s suit.
My part time job is being Monjolor (Thor’s Hammer),
I’m cooler than ice,
I am hotter than the Great Fire of London.
School uniform is something that divides opinion. Before Mounts went off to Croft Farm we wrote a letter to the incoming Headteacher to express our opinions and persuade her that the school uniform should be kept or scrapped:
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When you are writing, use this handy reminder as a prompt for when to start a new paragraph. Just SPPIT out a new paragraph. Take your TIPPS from us:
S – new Speaker or Speech
P – new Person
P – new Place
I- new Idea
T – new Time
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Lot’s of interesting things have arrived in the classroom this week. Here are some examples of History projects from Mounts.
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We reached the summit successfully but on the way down an avalanche struck. Siula Grande seemed easy to get up but impossible to get down. Simon kept on encouraging us on but it wasn’t enough. The snow was so slippy I fell.
Now I can tell you that braking your leg is an unpleasant feeling but on a mountain, in the snow, its worse. The pain was so unbearable and impossible to walk on so Simon tied us together for safety. I felt better but I am sure Simon felt a lot worse. We stumbled on munching our chocolate bars for energy.
There was nothing we could do, the avalanche just kept getting heavier. We had to rest. But just before we stopped , disaster, I had a second fall. I slipped and fell off a sudden drop. Simon grabbed onto something and held on. I however wasn’t so lucky. Before I knew it I was dangling from the rope in mid-air for nearly an hour.
Eventually I fell! It was horrible feeling but even worse when I looked up and saw that Simon wasn’t falling too. He must have cut the rope! That’s when it all went dark. When I finally awoke I realised that I was alive. An ice cave broke my fall. Crawling on my arms I finally reached the camp in the middle of the night 3 days later.
Simon was so apologetic it was hard not to forgive him for what he did.
But in the end it was impossible.