At the end of the last week of term ( Autumn 1) Year 6 took part in a variety of tasks to improve their team building skills.
For the exit point of our topic, The Time Tunnel, Year 6 went to Bradford Grammar School to an event with Ross Welford, who is an author of several children’s books, including ‘Time Travelling with my Hamster.’ We were delighted that one of our pupils, Abby Clay, was announced as a winner in the recent …
Using Skittles and Jelly Worms, Kingfisher Class carried out some experiments to show how diffusion and osmosis are used to carry water and nutrients around the body.
Kingfisher class enjoyed taking part in the activities held to mark Global Climate Change Day, last Friday. BulkResizePhotos
Year 6 were very interested to have the chance to closely observe the dissection of a pig’s heart and lung. An impressively large number of students were able to touch it (with gloves on), and some students had to leave the room. Thanks again to Mrs Bowman for giving up her time and sharing her …
New class,new term, new topic! As part of the entry point to our topic, “The Time Tunnel”, Kingfisher Class enjoyed puzzling out when certain historical events happened and ordering them on a timeline (a.k.a. a skipping rope!).
As part of the Exit Point for our topic, Weather and Climate, the class took it in turns to present a weather report from different parts of the world.
As part of the ongoing transition process and as preparation for the trip to France, Year 6 were given a history lesson by a teacher from a local high school. This was about World War One, especially life in the trenches of Northern France and the stories of some soldiers from our region.
For the entry point to our topic, weather and climate, year 6 constructed shelters and discussed survival strategies for different extreme weather conditions.
Thanks to everyone who came to see our assembly today.We were really proud of all the children. In amongst all the hard work we’ve been doing, it’s been good to have a bit of fun as well.