Our one and only real-life born Egyptian tries on his Pharaoh's crown as year 6 start to explore their history topic!
Year 6 made the most of the snowy weather last week with a snowball fight or two and the world's smallest snowman!
The Year 6 children have had a wonderful time designing and making their own chocolates! With ingredients including popping candy, honeycomb and orange matchmakers - they should be very yummy indeed!
From Edmund to the White Witch, Lucy to Peter - Year 6 have had a great time role-playing the characters from The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. They all entered the wardrobe, popped on a fur coat and emerged through the forest to tell us all about their adventures and answer questions from…
Year 6 worked hard last week to think of practical ways to show kindness to each other. After watching a video assembly, Year 5 & 6 worked together to develop some helpful hints to show kindness to one another.
Year 6 have been exploring more of our novel of the half-term; The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
We've been collecting trees to recreate the forest - where we shall role-play always being in winter and never Christmas!
Year 6 continued their investigations today by making a colour-wheel. When the colours are spun together they blur into white - which is the opposite of how white light is split or 'refracted' into the rainbow colour spectrum!
Year 6 have started their STEM Week activities by exploring the properties of how light travels. They made their own apparatus and did their own experiments. What will tomorrow bring?
Year 5 and Year 6 had a wonderful virtual tour of Westminster today as they joined the Pupil Parliament to learn all about how our country is governed. Despite COVID-19 and social distancing measures, we still enjoyed our Teams-tour of Westminster!
Year 6 have started an new topic in RE this week - we are exploring the 5 Pillars of Islam - and then we will construct our own guides for a pillar dislay. Stay posted to see the results next week!
Year 6 have been working hard this week to explore the Sacrament of Ordination as part of our RE topic of Vocation and Commitment. We watched videos on Laying on of Hands, Prayer and Litany, Promises and Receiving Vestments and have enjoyed making A3 information posters.
Year 6 had a fantastic time with their 'Bushtucker' Challenge!
First they ate mill worm, cricket, liver, rat's brains and sheep eyes and then they toasted their own marshmallows over our fire pit.
We learnt a lot about survival and what it would take to keep healthy and fit in the…