Last week we completed a new display of the sixty six books of the Bible. We used this in worship to learn about the different types of books and to help us to find different stories we know in the Bible. Quizzes that we did showed the children had amazing knowledge. We will continue to … Continue reading
A new era of home schooling started this week. We have really enjoyed seeing some of the things you have been learning and doing at home. Please feel free to congratulate each other on their work and comment in the section below. Please continue to send photos to email@example.com It should help to keep us … Continue reading
As a culmination of their work on the book, ‘Fuzzy Mud’ by Louis Sachar Yr.6 made slime. They used a variety of materials to add to the slime and certainly created some sticky substances!
For their last PE lesson together for a while Yr.6 enjoyed using the parachute. They played many games and laughed a lot. Tiki enjoyed it too!
This term some children from Yr.6 have been attending horse riding club. They have learnt how to start and stop their horses, how to turn and have begun to work on rising trot. The progress from week one was amazing! The children have also learnt basic stable management and parts of the horse. Everyone has … Continue reading
The Herald Cup team have had two matches this week. One against Churchill And one against Morehall Primary School. Both games were enjoyable with some good football. The Morehall match was a very close game. The final score was 3-2 to Morehall due to a goal in the last two minutes! Churchill won 7-1. Out … Continue reading
This week we have seen many acts of generosity including bringing in food for our local food bank, thanking their teachers, litter picking, leaving encouraging notes and talking to different people.
All of Yr.6 braved the weather and headed to The Three Hills to play in a handball competition today. We stopped at Radnor Park to play and eat our lunch. We were in four teams and played six games each. It was a brilliant afternoon with everyone showing some great skills. Each team was given … Continue reading
This morning our worship leaders helped us to consider the value of the term – forgiveness. They did this through telling us the parable of ‘The Prodigal Son’. Through narration and drama they reminded us of the story, pausing at several points asking us questions to consider. It was very thought provoking.
Yesterday Dave Barker from Cheriton Baptist Church led our worship. He talked about the new life that Jesus brings. Using the imagery of an Easter egg we considered what it represents. Four children and Mr Brinkley then had 30 seconds to show us how they ate a crepe egg. Mr Brinkley ate it whole!