Our Interview With Mrs Green!

By Will & Noah

On Monday 30th November we visited Mrs Green (our head teacher) to ask her some questions about the school or even about herself – let’s go:

Q.1: What is it like being the headteacher?

A.1: Well, it has lots of different emotions. There’s often times when I’m really proud of being the head of AJCS, I learn lots of things that the children have done!

Q.2: How do you think the behaviour is around school?

A.2: I think the behavior is very good e.g. today, it has been wet lunchtime and people couldn’t go outside and actually as you walk around the school, the children are being sensible.

Q.3: Which teacher is the best and why?

A.3: That’s a difficult one, when you get rubbish teachers like Mr. Bull [we think Mrs. Green is joking!] And then you get some really good teachers, I cant remember any of their names, that’s all I’m saying on that one!

Q.4: Which school is better – AJCS or Village Primary School and why?

A.4: Well they’re both excellent for different reasons, the small children at Village are wonderful and we haven’t got any small children here so they will beat us on the small children so they are very different, you’ll be surprised.

Q.5: How long have you been a headteacher?

A.5: I have been a headteacher for 16 years [we were very surprised and impressed].

Q.6: If you weren’t a headteacher, what would you be?

A.6: I think I’d like to be one of those people who sits at home all day and watches box sets. I’d like to be a Sky Box Set Tester.

Q.7: What is your favourite food?

A.7: My favourite food is chocolate.

Q.8: What is your favourite movie?

A.8: That depends on the film I’ve last seen really, Mr Green and I like to go to the cinema every week really. So I’m always seeing lots of different films. I’m going to go and see ‘Black Mask’ on Wednesday, I’m very excited about that. Recently I went to see the new James Bond film ‘Spectre’, I also go with my grandson and like to go and see things like ‘The Spongebob Movie’ and things like that. They are all good in a different way.

In conclusion, we want to say a special thanks to Mrs Green for making this happen and we hope you have enjoyed finding out about about our school and Mrs Green. Thank you for reading our blog. Keep  checking out the blog for more interviews!


Girls football tournament

By Georgia and Lia

Georgia just about to take a corner.

Georgia just about to take a corner.

On Thursday the girls played in a football tournament at Derby University. We left school at 3:30 and came back at 6:00 with 11 goals altogether, even though we only played 7 games. Here are a few things the girls said;

Lia: Who put the most effort into the games?

Evie: I think Lia and Georgia put the most effort in because their attacking and defending was really good.

Georgia: Who do you think played the best?

Tegan: I think it was Tia because she scored quite a few of our goals but everyone tried their best on all of the games.

The scores at the end were:

AJCS                             Opposition

Match 1)       1                   –                0

Match 2)       3                   –                0

Match 3)       0                   –                4

Match 4)       4                   –                0

Match 5)      1                   –                1

Match 6)      1                   –                0

Match 7)      1                   –                 0

Out of 7 matches we won 5, drew 1 and lost 1. We have a great winning streak and we are hoping  to keep it going!

Lia, Georgia and Tegan heading for the ball .

Lia, Georgia and Tegan heading for the ball.

Cyber space safety and top tips

By Malakai and Ashleigh

This piece of writing will tell you how to keep safe in CYBERSPACE!!

Safety – keep your personal information to yourself such as:

  • Where you live
  • Your age
  • Your name
  • Your phone number
  • Email
  • Your password
  • What gender you are

Meet – planning to meet with someone you don’t know is a bad idea because you don’t know what age they are.

Accepting – accepting emails, IM messages, or opening files, pictures or texts from people you don’t know or trust can lead to problems – they may contain viruses or nasty messages!

Reliable – information you find on the internet may not be true or someone online may be lying about who they are. Make sure you check information before you believe it.

Tell – your parents or carer or a trusted adult if someone or something makes you feel uncomfortable or worried or if you or someone you know is being bullied online.

Tell someone

Remember SMART: Safe Meet Accepting Reliable Tell!!!