We’ve had an amazing week at camp; the children have been fantastic! They’ve thrown themselves into every activity with great enthusiasm, behaved superbly and, most importantly, had a smile on their faces all week. And, thankfully, the rain stayed away! Here’s a few photos and more will be added once we’re back at school :)
Important SATs Information!
We would just like to let you know, as I’m sure you all already aware, that your children are amazing. This weeks’ ‘assessment-related activities’ have been met with such a combination of positivity, hard-work and enthusiasm that it really has been a genuinely enjoyable week. Even more important than the outcome of the tests, your children have shown themselves to be resilient and focused, as well as full of good humour and determination, and it has been an absolute pleasure to teach them. We’re very proud of all of them and what they have achieved.
Thank you for all your support,
Alex and Jack Jarman
6A Biscuit Bake Off
As a reward for hitting their Golden Ticket target, 6A chose to take part in a 'bake-off' style challenge. All the children seemed to enjoy it immensely and the judges, Mary berry and Paul Hollywood were also very pleased to take part!
Literacy and Numeracy Term 5
Literacy: Our literacy work this term will be based around the fantastic play 'Hamlet' by William Shakespeare before deliberating whether Philippe Petit was in the right or wrong in crossing the two towers!.
Numeracy: In term 5, we are beginning our revision for SATs. In class, we will be applying our knowledge to SAT style questions..
Curriculum Overview Term 5
Topic: Our topic this term is ‘Shakespeare'. As well as looking at his play, Hamlet, we will be using this play to inspire our art work and create prints of the iconic scenes within the play!
PE: 6J are currently learning about American football while 6A are honing their netballl skills.
RE: Our RE question this term is- Who or what is the Guru Granth Sahib?
ICT: The children be using computers to expand their coding skills.