During a paired reading skills lesson, Fowey and Lizard class shared their favourite stories. We discussed the characters, story plot and read aloud to each other. Both classes collaborated brilliantly to share their love of reading!
This is one of the best days of the year! A chance to dress up as an Ancient Egyptian and immerse ourselves in topic-related activities. Linked learning at its very best!… and such great fun for the children too!
Today, Y6 discovered the importance of mindfulness! We are going to incorporate this into our learning because it helps us keep calm, relaxed and positive!
A brilliant start to a brilliant topic – discussing how to survive in a Natural Disasters situation and choosing the right equipment!
On the last day of term, Year 6 enjoyed Classtonbury by creating graffiti pieces of art. We researched ‘tags’ and created our own personal tags and spray painted our chosen designs.
Year 6 enjoyed sharing their learning with families and friends during our Spring Celebration Assembly,
This week, Year 6 are writing informal diary entries. After reading some of Flossie’s diary, which was written during WW2, we decided to innovate it and write our own WW2 diaries from another character’s point of view. We choose Flossie’s Uncle known as Uncle C. Luckily for us, Uncle Collin (also known as Uncle C) came […]
This afternoon, Year 6 have worked together learning how to tie a variety of different knots. We used the learning powers of independence, collaboration and imitation to do this.
Today Year 6 had a visitor. His name was Paul Stevens and he is an actor. Through his play, we learned about victims and the effects of bullying. He was very funny but his message was a serious one: we should like ourselves; support and look out for each other; and tell an adult if someone […]
Year 6 enjoyed their WW2 topic launch day on Monday the 25th of February. Each pupil was given a WW2 ID tag and told they were to be evacuated to the countryside because the war with Germany was imminent. In our drama activities, we walked to the train station, traveled many miles to the country and […]