As the weather was nice, Year 6 took their learning outside! Here they are hard at work preparing their pointillism drawings.
Today, Year 6 made raisin bread! A big thank you to Mrs Hughes for guiding the children and sorting out the ingridents. Below are some pictures of the children hard at work.
On Thursday, we took 3 teams down to Gore Court for a Tag Rugby festival. All three teams performed superbly and it was an amazingly afternoon; especially after how hard they all had worked in their SATS.
This week in PE, we are looking at different cultures and their tradition dances. On Tuesday, Lewis taught the class how to perform a simple Bollywood dance. Below are the children’s efforts!
On Thursday, it was World Book Day and Year 6 undertook a variety of different tasks throughout their day. Using the book Beegu, we planned and wrote a poem about her time on Earth. After lunch, we shared a story with members of Year 2 to round off a superb day.
On the last day of Term 3, Year 6 made the trip to London to visit the Natural History Museum. Everyone had a fantastic day and below are some photos of our trip out.
Year 6 spend Tuesday preparing and cooking their very own chilli! They were given a recipe, ingredients and left to it! Below are some of the photos from our day.
This week, Year 6 are learning all thing Darwin! We have been researching his life and later on, we will be tracing the voyage that the HMS Beagle undertook. Here they are hard at work
This term we are doing gymnastics! We are breaking up into 4 different groups and doing a strength, flexibility and coordination activity! Here are some photos from today.
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.