Year 6 were inspired (by Mr Hodder creating wind and rain effects) to paint a scene from the life of St Peter. Using watercolours, the children thought about stormy seascapes as featured in the lives of the disciples Peter and Paul during their time with Jesus.
Photo's from when we were in school to cheer you up!
Year 6 are enjoying their University of Cumbria sporting sessions!
From fitness to collaborative games, they did it all and had a whale of a time too!
Year 6 loved participating in the Mass that wasn't a Mass Mass on Tuesday! We learnt so much and t was really interesting to get a good up-close look at everything crucial to celebrate mass. A huge thank you to Father John Paul and Mrs Dickinson for arranging the…
Year 6 have been exploring the music of Pharrell Williams - including learning to play alongside the track. What makes you happy?
Year 6 have been developing their DT skills this week. In particular, they have designed their own Ancient Egyptian cross-stitch sampler and are well away with the stitching!
Year 6 have been practicing their ball skills, some of the hoops were trickier than others!
"Simo dicit sedete..."
Or "Simon says sit down"!
In order to help practice and remember Latin verbs, Year 6 had fun playing this simple game.
From bridges to stable platforms, planking to paired balances - Year 6 PE gymnastics has it all!
Year 6 have started their latest history topic: Ancient Egypt!
First we tried to remember everything we've already been taught, read or watched in films and documentaries!
The Year 6s have been hard at work last week, exploring the William Blake classic poem, Tyger! Tyger!
It even inspired our very own Cadi to paint this amazing piece for our classroom!
Year 6 have kicked off their science this term by examining and exploring the human body.
Do you know your spleen from your kidney?
Can you tell apart your pancreas from your large intestine?