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The week following their SATs, 21 of the year 6 children went to Kingswood at Dearne Valley. The children were able to participate in a wide variety of activities including: abseiling, rock climbing, raft building, archery, laser tag and aeroball! In addition we walked over 51 km across the week and enjoyed every moment of it!
As expected the children’s behaviour was fantastic and other teachers and staff at Kingswood commented on their politeness and good manners, which was lovely to hear.
We were very proud of hard the children pushed themselves to achieve their best and took on each challenge with determination and good humour.
World War II
The Daily Mile
Afternoon Tea with Mrs Pollard
Weelsby Woods July 2018
Year six have been learning about food chains as part of their topic ‘Frozen Kingdom’. They have learned that the sun is at the beginning of every food chain and the producer gets its energy from the sun. The key words were producer, consumer, predator and prey.
Year six have painted some lovely rocks for the Peace Garden. Here are Shobby and Ellie-May with their rocks.
Our first topic this year was A Child’s War. We celebrated all the work we have done by inviting our families to share in a Second World War street party. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Martin helped the children to make rock buns and we played Beetle while wearing our party hats that we made from newspaper.
Year 6 visit to The Briars in Crich.
Summer 2017 - Bowling
Year six have finished their SATs and are getting stuck into a bit of Shakespeare. They are really enjoying Romeo and Juliet and have done some excellent acting.
Here's what some of them are saying about it...
"For a love story, it's got quite a lot of violence." Charlie
"It's not just for girls, it's for boys too and it's the most fun thing I've done at school so far." Tamsin
"The play is just as gory as it is romantic." Isaac
"Even though there's death in it, it has a bit of happiness at the end because the two families become friends." Imogen
"It's been lots of fun learning about Romeo and Juliet and acting with our friends." Lucie
"It's a really interesting story and is a bit of a thriller - this is my favourite genre." Sydney
"It actually sends chills down my spine." Alice
We really enjoyed our first residential trip to Crich in Derbyshire. We had lots of fun going on a coutryside walk, singing, dancing at the disco and going to the tuck shop!