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Over the Easter holiday, children in Y5/6 were challenged to make something to wear from recycled materials. We clearly have a lot of budding fashion designers as their creations were simply amazing! Thanks must go to all the adults at home who helped out with some of the trickier elements. Well done, all!
Year 5/6 were delighted to welcome their families in to visit our interactive museum based on our topic of the Romans.  Children took great pleasure in showing off their magnificent model villas, mosaics and shields.  They challenged adults to a game of Rota, beating most of us hands down in the process!  Children also used their mapping skills to identify the best place for a Roman settler to make their home and explained their reasoning clearly.  Many children had made Powerpoints to explain what we had been learning about this term and all the adults were extremely impressed by the sophistication of these.  Well done, everyone!

Creating Roman mosaics

Winter Wonderland Walk

Year 5s visited King's School to celebrate the 375th birthday of Sir Isaac Newton.  They learned about his early life, what inspired him in his studies and how he would have been educated while at the school.  They also found about different illnesses and how these would have been 'treated' by Tudor doctors.  Everyone agreed that the 'cures' sounded worse than the ailments!

Y5 visit to King's School

Year 5/6 worked together to create their Christmas performance for 2017 - Christmas Stars in their Eyes.  The children produced some wonderful performances, with singing, dancing and some truly corny jokes!

Images from Christmas Stars in their Eyes

We created a modern version of the Great Exhibition.

Investigating how to spend our lottery winnings!

Creating circuits from circuit diagrams enabled us to practise using symbols.

Investigation a range of Victorian toys.

USEFUL INFORMATION

 

PE lessons are on Thursday afternoons and Games lessons on Friday afternoons.

 

Spelling tests are carried out on Fridays every week, while the times tables test is usually once a week on Thursdays.

 

Homework is usually given out on Fridays, for return the following Wednesday.

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