We are very much looking forward to seeing all of you parents and carers at our Year 5/6 ‘Arts Week’ themed class assembly on Monday 1st April at 9am. Here’s a sneak preview of some of the things that we’ll be showing you:
· We created a ‘broomhandle’ piece of music in groups based on the theme of plastic pollution.
· We had a debate in class about whether we should stop using plastic completely.
· Sculptress Jill Randall came in to school to create clay ‘Hedgerow’ animals.
· Mrs Coyle came into class to create a performance poem with us (see video below).
The children looked amazing in their World Book Day costumes today and our class were lucky enough to be invited into pre-school to read and play as part of the day.
Thank you very much to all of the parents and carers who attended and helped out at our Inspire Morning today!
The children thoroughly enjoyed learning about how we see light in Science today and they created an educational TV show targeted for younger children in school.
The children have thoroughly enjoyed our WW1 themed week, gaining a deeper understanding of how the First World War began. On Thursday the children created a propaganda style poster in the allotment and they were fortunate enough to experience a WW1 themed workshop:
It’s hard to believe that we have only been back at school 5 full weeks! The children have thoroughly got into the swing of things proving themselves to be an extremely hard working class!