What an amazing bunch! I will miss you all. Mr W
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Such a happy few days in Year 6 – making the most of our time before the children move onto secondary school! One of their activities was to learn about beats, chords and rhythms. The classes had a chance to create a piece of music together. So enjoyable! Here are some pics…
It has been a wonderful final few days for all the Y6 children at Carbeile. They have really enjoyed creating this artwork, which show positive affirmations and reminds them all to believe in themselves. They have worked so hard and had lots of fun. Here are some pictures…
So much fun with Year 6, who have really enjoyed their last few days together in Primary School. One of their activities was to create an artistic design on a T Shirt, which they could then take home. Here are some pics….
We have had such a fun final few days in Year 6. It has been brilliant having all the children back and seeing their smiley faces. One of the projects we have been working on was to design and create a ‘Carbeile Junior’ Board Game. The results were amazing. Here are some photos….
We had a great aquarium day. We made tissue paper fish, watched the sharks being fed online at Plymouth Aquarium with our pillows and blankets, made ocean creature posters, and had fun in our ocean-themed photo booth.
We have enjoyed a mini sports day today and completed a mind map about what we couldn’t live without. We all have a great day!
To celebrate the final day of the Key Worker bubbles, before welcoming back the rest of the school, we had a HUGE water fight! There was so much laughter and fun. The children, teachers and TAs were all really competitive and every single person was completely soaked.
This afternoon, we used junk materials to create our own egg containers which would protect an egg dropped from a 2 metre height. It was great fun! Most of the eggs cracked but we did have some survive!
The Key Worker children enjoyed creating their own multi-media artwork. We scribbled with crayons, painted over with water colours, ripped up our colourful designs, stuck the strips back down to create our collage and then used oil pastels to create the eyes and nose of our animals.