Year 6 really enjoyed their end of term class matches, deciding on whether they would prefer to play football or hockey.
They managed, planned and played very well, showing what fantastic team players they really are.
Y5/Y6 held a WW2 topic day.
They took part in a carousel of activities during the day including: art - painting a 'Blitz' picture; making a bomb shelter - out of recycled materials; singing wartime songs and drama. Parents were invited to visit in the afternoon to view their creative efforts.
The Y6 children entered the ‘postcards from neighbours’ artist competition this February. The postcards were on display in Aspex Gallery for the whole community to enjoy! Their entries were brilliant.
Year 6 enjoyed Tom The Tale Teller's stories and listened carefully to the moral of each tale.
Year 6 are really enjoying the fortnightly reading cafe. A chance to discuss their favourite books, share texts or just have a bit of quiet time and a ‘chill-out’ over the lunch break - with a drink and a biscuit to accompany them!
Year 6 have been working hard on their weekly home learning this half term. Michael Morpurgo’s Novel, ‘long way home’, has inspired their writing and they have written some amazing setting descriptions. We have sent some of them to the famous author himself!