Year 6 had a great afternoon exploring student Jon's comic -book app and helping him with his research and development for the University of Lancaster!
Year 6 have been exploring the human body and the 10 organ systems that helps us live.
We've had great fun researching what all the various different organs do and where we can find them in the body!
Year 6 have returned to school all excited about their new topic for 2022- History Detectives!
As well as exploring the Ancient Egyptians, they will be enjoying detective fiction and solving mysteries!
Year 6 had a sweet time designing and making their own chocolates for DT!
The best bit was testing other products for ideas and evaluating their own designs!
Year 6 had so much fun on Thursday - with a 2 hour ice-skating session - a huge thanks to David and Laura for helping us learn how to skate!
Year 6 had a terrible time this week enduring their Bushtucker survival challenge!
It was great to them all in their survival and camouflage suits but what a shame Mr Hodder spoilt it by forcing them to eat a range of yucky foods! As you can see from the photos, they hated every minute of…
Year 5 and 6 were invited to lay wreaths and participate in the Remembrance Day service on Miss Whalley's field. We learnt how Miss Whalley donated the beautiful space in memory of her brother, Capt. Julian Lawson Whalley, who died in WW1.
What a treat for Year 6 this week - building and then coding these cool Lego robots!
The children worked in small groups to develop the algorithms necessary to programme these little Lego robots...as well as have a lot of fun learning!
Year 6 loved exploring all about Gut Fawkes and the failed Gunpowder Plot to blow Parliament up in 1605!
It was a bit cramped working in the House of Lords 'cellars' but it inspired us to create lots of great writing!
Year Six have been exploring more of their Science topic this week!
We experimented with using different tools to represent different beak types as we tried to gobble up all the chocolate buttons!
Year 6 really enjoyed their Slave Trail tour of Lancaster with Geraldine Onek and Prof. Alan Rice.
We were lucky enough to be the very first group to test Lancaster Black History's first child-friendly map trail!
We learnt lots and saw another side of Lancaster we didn't know…
Year 6 enjoyed the second of their three Slavery Workshops at the Judges' Lodgings Museum in Lancaster. They really enjoyed creating some printed art with the aim of claiming back the identity of those men and women moved across the ocean to be slaves. They also enjoyed participating in an…