This term, Year 5 and 6 will be making observations of the living things we find around the school. We started off this week by looking at a section of the field. We found a variety of things including grass, twigs, conker shells, leaves, flowers and bugs.
We had lots of fun in Card Game Club today. The children played brilliantly together and taught each other a variety of different games. We played Pokemon, Solitaire, Crazy Eights, Top Trumps, Twizzle and Bonk.
Year 5 enjoyed decorating Christmas cookies (lovingly made by Miss Stringer) for the Christmas Fair. They enjoyed eating them even more!
I think you’ll all agree that Year 5 looked very smart on Christmas Jumper Day. They wore a wide variety, including some amazing Christmas ties, tshirts and even a Santa outfit.
Year 5 had a fantastic science lesson this week. We investigated different materials to find out which one would be best to replace a vein. Their predictions and observations were very impressive, here are some photos of their written results.
A fantastic final performance of our KS2 Christmas production today, well done! You all sung brilliantly and some of your dance moves were quite impressive!
In year 5 today, we carried out some role play to demonstrate how blood travels around our body. The children produced some fantastic work and really understood the journey the blood takes.
Year 5 went to see their amazing art work displayed as an art gallery today. Their work looked very professional and I’m sure they will fly off the shelves!
Tuesday was a busy day as we took 33 children to an indoor athletics tournament over on the island. Years 3&4 competed in the morning with Years 5&6 competing after lunch. All children competed in at least 2 track and 2 field events. We came 9th in the morning and 7th in the afternoon! Below … Continue reading
Birch Class had a fantastic final clarinet lesson of the term today. As well as practicing their clarinet skills, Mr Vinall played some interesting music games! We look forward to next term!