Year 5 invited many parents and carers in on Monday 16th December to share this terms work including Maths, English and their DT Lunar Buggies. Their projects were also on display including some fantastic recycled bags, scarves, gloves, cushions, and pencil cases made from old clothes, that the children had worked hard on over the last two terms.
Year 4 have been learning about the Ancient Egyptians over the past two terms. They have found out about the ancient pyramids, the Egyptian gods, canopic jars and the River Nile.
Year 6 have been extremely busy this term. As you know our topic has had a History ‘driver’ and the children have thoroughly enjoyed exploring and finding out about The Battle of Britain. Hopefully you were able to share the children’s work and projects with us on Thursday 12th December; if you didn’t you missed a treat.
School Council enjoyed organising our Bedtime Story day, this new day has been introduced to our School calendar as a result of School Council’s UK Parliament Week vote. Across the school children dressed in pyjamas and shared their favourite stories and books. This was a fantastic day with a great focus on reading. Thank you to School Council for organising, arranging and coming up with the idea!
If you love Christmas and also love books, then have a go at our Twelve Books of Christmas competition. Pick up a paper copy from Mrs Cornish in the library from Monday or click the link below. Entries to be returned to the library by Friday 13th December please, when there will be a draw of the correct entries. There will be a prize for the winner of the draw, and all entrants can bask in the glory of being very knowledgeable about books! The competition is open to pupils, parents/carers and staff.