In Topic this term we have started to look at famous women of the world.…
Dear Parent/ Carer During the second half of the Autumn term, year 4 will be covering the following topics: Literacy: We are going to do shared writing, enriching our language through the use of verbs, adverbs and adjectives. We will be writing newspaper reports on the death of Tutankhamun, in addition to working on … Continue reading
Dear Parents/Carers Welcome back to a busy and fun filled Christmas term.! Our topic this term is ‘Toys and Games’. We will be looking at the differences and similarities of toys from the Victorian era to the present day. Parents, grandparents and great grandparents; please tell the children all about the toys you used to … Continue reading
Dear Parent/Carer, Autumn Term 2: Topic: We will continue our learning about The Romans this term. We have had such a good response from the children last term, with some excellent homework contributions to our gallery. We will conclude our learning with some opportunities to find out about Hadrian’s Wall, Roman mosaics and what happened … Continue reading
Dear Parent/Carer, During the second half of the Autumn term, year 6 will be covering the following topics: Numeracy: Place value, ordering and rounding, multiplication and division, fractions, decimals and percentages and measure. Literacy: Studying the book, Kensuke’s Kingdom, by Michael Morpurgo. Journalistic writing, persuasive writing and conducting a study on an author. Science: … Continue reading
To finish their learning on Ancient Greece, Year 6 had a food tasting session! They tried a variety of Greek food from feta cheese to olives! The bread and olive oil was a firm favourite!
Yr.6 have created some amazing creations based on ancient Greece for their homework. They range from cakes with Greek alphabet decorations to masks and clay models. I’m sure you’ll agree they are excellent and very creative. Well done Yr.6!
This week we have been testing various materials to see which ones make good conductors and which ones are insulators. We made circuits using a battery, three wires and a bulb and then added in a material to the circuit. If the bulb still lit then we could see that the electricity could pass through … Continue reading
Today we held our annual Harvest Festival in Church. There was a lovely display of all the food that families had kindly donated, Rev. Cameron Langlands led the service, Year six recited a poem that talked about many words that can be formed using letters from the word HARVEST, at least one child from each … Continue reading
The Owls have been thinking about how Christians worship. After talking about what we as a school do in our worship in the hall, and in church, we watched some videos of worship in other churches around the world. The Owls then got into groups and planned their own ‘ideal worship’. They had to explain … Continue reading