Using the biggest world map ever, of the children took off their shoes and explored the countries and cities of the Northern Hemisphere. They used latitude and longitude to find and record gloal locations. They will also be learning more about the arctic, and our impact on it.
Year 6 said good-bye to a valued member of our class in the best way possible...cake!
To begin their new English Unit Year 5 and Year 6 enjoyed a film version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Leading up to Christmas the children will use shared writing to retell the origin story; write their own modern version of the story; and write their own new final chapter - Scrooge's…
Year 6 enjoyed a fabulous afternoon making healthy breakfast cereal bars. Thanks to Mrs Gardener.
For our visit to the Cenotaph we prepared some poems all about the war. We choose a few to read out at the Cenotaph. Thank you to all our parent helpers, without them we couldn't have visited.
A recital of Mazurek Dąbrowskiego (Poland Is Not Yet Lost)
The Year 6 performance of Invictus by William Ernest Henley on National Poetry Day
Congratulations to our new Year 6 School Councillors. Thanks to Mrs Copsey - our very own returning officer!
Well done to all our Year 6 School Council candidates for all your campaigning, especially your speeches to the class. Good luck in Friday's election!