Today, Year 6 visited Our Lady's to take part in a time of prayer and reflection before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. There were over 300 pupils from the other schools in our cluster and Year 7 pupils. Some of our Year 6 pupils led a time of reflection so prayerfully - well done! We were all…
This week, as the start of our HRE learning, we have been reflecting on what makes us different, special and unique. We listened to part of Psalm 139: 'For you created me and made me, kept me safe within my mother's womb,' and then we investigated how a baby develops in the womb from conception to…
Year 4 have completed their own 'Iron Men' characters with linkages to create moving arms and legs. Well done, Everyone!
Year 4 freeze-framed different parts of the story of Pentecost yesterday. Read Acts 2:1-13 and see if you can work out which parts of the story the children are showing in the photograph!
Well done, Year 4. Your reflections on how we can live out St Paul's teachings to the Romans about how to be real about loving have made a thoughtful and beautiful display.
These great leaflets and posters were the result of group research and exploration of our Solar System. Wonderful independent and cooperative learning, Year 6!
This great model of the Moon in Space was made at home as part of this term's independent learning project. Well done!
Year 6 have been learning about global warming and worked brilliantly in small groups to produce these posters and a presentation to the class.
Year 6 have explored the use of oil pastels and watercolours to reproduce images based on Kandinsky's art. Great result, Year 6!
Here is a picture of our Year 6 children working very intently on a spreadsheet they created to calculate the volume of any cuboid. Their next step is to set up a spreadsheet to help them plan the menu for a party with their friends with a generous budget of £25! Remember, if you have internet…
Year 6 have worked hard to produce some great science fiction writing this week. Today's focus was using super sentence starters. Look how many there are in this short piece of writing.
Well done, Year 6!
To understand how day and night are formed, Year 6 used balls to model how the Earth moves round the Sun.